THE PLACE WE BEGAN: MUSIC OF JOHN LUTHER ADAMS
@ Congregation Beth Israel
1972 NW Flanders St
Oct 29, 2020

Pulitzer Prize winner John Luther Adams’ evocative music brings us back to the source through nature, oneness and connection in this evening of peace and community healing. Congregation Beth Israel’s synagogue is considered one of the finest examples of Byzantine Revival architecture and a place of fellowship and friendship. Featuring award-winning guest choir Resonance Ensemble.

Generously supported by George Rowbottom and Marilyn Crilley

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THE WHYTE ALBUM
Studio 2 @ N.E.W.
810 SE Belmont St.
Jan 21 & 22, 2021

Third Angle’s rockstar percussionist Chris Whyte takes center stage in Christopher Cerrone’s haunting multimedia piece, Memory Palace. Also featuring the world premiere of Whyte’s newest composition about Oregon winemaking, alongside works of Andy Akiho and Andrew Rodriguez, with guests Valdine Mishkin, cello, and Sarah Tiedemann, flute.

Kit Gillem is underwriting the Chris Whyte’s new piece: A Cold Stability

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TECHNICOLOR
Studio 2 @ N.E.W.
810 SE Belmont St.
Feb 11 & 12, 2021

Join us for a synesthetic burst of joy and beauty as Team 3A carries Debussy's famous flute, viola and harp chamber ensemble into the 21st century. Featuring flutist Sarah Tiedemann, violist Kim Mai Nguyen, and harpist Sophie Baird-Daniel performing works of Takemitsu, Saariaho, Angélica Négron, GLFCAM alum Iman Habibi, and local composer Yuan-Chen Li.

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THE GODDESS
Studio 2 @ N.E.W.
810 SE Belmont St.
Mar 4 & 5, 2021

Internationally renowned composer and pipa player Min Xiao-Fen returns to Portland as 3A presents the NW premiere of her own reimagined score to the 1930s Chinese silent film, The Goddess, performed live.

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SANCTUARIES
@ NORTH WAREHOUSE,
723 N Tillamook St, Portland
Apr 22-24, 2020

Gentrification in Portland and the city’s redlining past go under the microscope in Darrell Grant’s jazz-classical chamber opera, Sanctuaries, with a libretto by two-time National Poetry Slam Champion Anis Mojgani and directed by Alexander Gedeon. Focusing on personal stories from the Albina neighborhood, this latest site-specific commission challenges Portland as a community to truly listen to and acknowledge marginalized voices while addressing issues of white privilege, racial equity and inclusion, and economic disparity.

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