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Leonard Bernstein’s MASS @ St. Anne’s Chapel | 100th Anniversary Year, Featuring Marylhurst Choral Union and Women’s Chorale, Stumptown Stages, Pacific Youth Choir

June 9-10 @ Marylhurst University – In his 100th anniversary year, we celebrate the music of Leonard Bernstein with perhaps his greatest work – the triumphant and controversial MASS. Scored for two choirs, children’s chorus, orchestra, rock band, blues band and an army of soloists, and embracing every conceivable musical genre, from pop to gospel […]

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Win Tickets ($30): Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd @ St. Anne’s Chapel | Marylhurst Choral Union and Chamber Choir

February 24-25 @ St. Anne’s Chapel – Sondheim’s macabre masterpiece comes in all its bloody glory to the Marylhurst stage. Acclaimed British director Alistair Donkin unleashes his brand-new production of this sweeping, operatic tale of revenge and redemption amongst the 19th century London slums. Not to be missed!

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70+ Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($500+): Friendsgiving, Portland Saturday Market Holiday Pop Up, Cat Show, Feckin Winter Wonderland Ale Festival, The Big Chill & More! | November 16-19, 2017

Hello, Portland! The weekend is back! Hip Chicks hosts Friendsgiving this weekend! Try out a dozen seasonal ales at Feckin Winter Wonderland Ale Festival and win some snow gear at The Big Chill. Jay Pharoah headlines Helium Comedy Club. See amazing kitties at Cat Fanciers Association Show and Portland Saturday Market Pop Up Shop opens […]

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Arctic Light II: Northern Exposure

Arctic Light II: Northern Exposure @ St. Anne’s Chapel, Marylhurst University | Featuring Marylhurst Chamber Choir & Cappella Romana

November 19 @ St. Anne’s Chapel, Marylhurst University – For this concert, Finnish choral director Timo Nuoranne directs glimmering sacred works from Finland, Estonia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, including selections from Cappella Romana’s celebrated recording Arctic Light.

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50+ Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,700+): Beer Festivals, Midsummer Festival, Cork & Craft, Sangria Party, Music & More! | June 8-11, 2017

Hello Portland, The weekend is back and beer festival season is heating up! Get spooked at Portland Horror Film Festival or treat the family to Scandinavian Midsummer Festival. Score huge discounts on brand new merch at FINDpdx Summer Edition. Kick off PRIDE week w/ Some Like it Brunch – DRAG BRUNCH & catch your own […]

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Marylhurst Opera: The Yeomen of the Guard

Win Tickets ($40): Marylhurst Opera: The Yeomen of the Guard @ St. Anne’s Chapel | Gilbert and Sullivan Comedy, Directed & Starring Alistair Donkin, Mistaken Identity, Secret Marriage & Betrayal

June 10 – 11 @ St. Anne’s Chapel – Marylhurst University continues our grand tradition of springtime Gilbert and Sullivan with internationally renowned interpreter Alistair Donkin journeying to Portland from his home in England to direct and star.

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Win Tickets ($30): A New Song: Choral Psalms of the Twentieth Century @ St Anne’s Chapel, Marylhurst University | 100+ Singers, Hebrew, 3 Choirs

March 11 @ Marylhurst University – Songs for the modern age, featuring Leonard Bernstein’s powerful Chichester Psalms. Bernstein’s setting, sung in Hebrew, is extroverted and extravagant. Featuring all three Marylhurst choirs – one hundred singers in all!

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Win Portland Tickets from PDX Pipeline

Win Portland Tickets ($1,500+): Back Fence PDX, Bacon Brothers, Tour de Hives & More!

Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Lyle Lovett, Back Fene PDX, Soulful Giving Blanket Concert & more.

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Leonard Bernstein Candide

Win Tickets ($50): Marylhurst University Presents 2016 Spring Opera Candide @ St. Anne’s Chapel | Comedy, Music by Leonard Bernstein, Directed by Alastair Donkin

June 11 & 12 @ St. Anne’s Chapel – “All is for the best in this best of all possible worlds,” is the refrain of optimist Candide. In Voltaire’s classic story, the protagonist collides with the harsh realities of life, threatening to shake his faith. “Candide is extremely entertaining,” said Dr. Justin Smith, director of […]

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