ArtsWatch Weekly: To Gogh, or Not To Gogh?

Inside an “immersive art” extravaganza. Plus: Philip Cuomo and other deaths in the family, Indigenous culture and the future, talking with Willy Vlautin, what’s up in December.

Now Hear This: December 2021 edition

Working class jazz, mountainous ambient, heavy electronica, psychedelic New Age, lo-fi Puntera, Sonic Meditations, molasses-slow hip-hop, delectable weird-angled pop

Judy Rose rehearsing at Catlin Gabel. Photo by Daryl Browne.

A weekend of winter songs

The collective radiance of Portland Symphonic Choir, Eugene Concert Choir, Central Oregon Mastersingers, and Choral Arts Ensemble

Sondheim farewell; Grammy parade

Stephen Sondheim, who changed the face of Broadway, has died at 91; Esperanza Spalding and five other Oregon-linked artists score Grammy nominations.

Rejoice greatly: The holiday season of singing has arrived

Oregon Chorale’s ambitious array; caroling with Oregon Repertory Singers and Jonas Nordwall; a variety of Messiahs with Rogue Valley Chorale, Vancouver Master Chorale, Portland Baroque Orchestra, PSU Chamber Choir with the Oregon Symphony

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