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Philips Pavilion by Le Corbusier, Brussels, 'Expo 58.

2023 in Review: What we heard this year

A longitudinal study of everything we loved (and a few things we didn’t) in Oregon music this year, and last year, world without end, amen.

Patrick Castillo discussed his piece "ephemera" at the Armory Lobby for CMNW 2023. Photo by Shawnte Sims.

Twitchy energy: New@Night number three

Last Wednesday’s concert in the Armory–the second-to-last in Chamber Music Northwest’s series of midweek new music programs–presented young-people-friendly music by Magnus Lindberg, Patrick Castillo, Lembit Beecher, and Edvard Bagdasaryan.

MusicWatch Monthly: Becoming marble

Remembering David Bernstein, Tomáš Svoboda, and Metallica. A vinyl celebration of Roselit Bone, Spoon Benders, The Shivas, and Møtrick. Joe Kye sings about grandma.

Statue of Julius Caesar by French sculptor Nicolas Coustou and commissioned in 1696 for the Gardens of Versailles, Louvre Museum.

MusicWatch Monthly: In veni vidi veritas

In which we consider the meanings of music with a Fresh Air Fest, a Columbia Riverkeeper composer-in-residence, a pair of rowdy rock concerts, and a sampling of Chamber Music Northwest.

Luz Elena Mendoza and Y La Bamba in the video for "Collapse," first single of upcoming album "Lucha." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lh-QYPq6Oys

Bandcamp Friday: The fight of the light against darkness

In which we present a selection of Fee Free Friday albums–and timely concerts–featuring Y La Bamba, Caroline Shaw, Shara Nova, Rachel Grimes, Angélica Negrón, Sarah Kirkland Snider, and Andy Akiho.

Composer Timothy C. Takach visits Choral Arts Ensemble in 2022. Photo by Daryl Browne.

Into the light: Local choirs and living composers

In Mulieribus performs Sungji Hong, Joanne Metcalf, Steve Reich, James MacMillan and James McCarthy; Choral Arts Ensemble commissions Timothy Takach; Oregon Repertory Singers pair superstar Eric Whitacre with Ily Matthew Maniano, Ko Matsushita, and Darius Lim.

Leaning into the Lockdown

The good, the bad, and the adaptable: Oregon musicians make the best of a socially isolated summer.

Sue Dixon, Portland Opera's new general director. Photo by Gia Goodrich.

Music Notes: Comings, goings, stayings

• Portland Opera has named Sue Dixon the company’s sixth general director, replacing Christopher Mattaliano, who departed in June after 16 years. She’s served the company in other capacities since 2014. PO also temporarily assigned Mattaliano’s artistic direction responsibilities to Palm Beach

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