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Bass-baritone Damien Geter.

Damien Geter: Creating with Resonance

In the vocal ensemble, the composer of this weekend’s African American Requiem found the ideal partner to make a musical milestone.

BANKSYLAND: Where nothing is as it seems

The unauthorized exhibition debuts in Portland and is slated for a multi-city run. Banksy’s relationship to the art is as murky as the role of the show’s organizers.

Dance: Kol B’isha/Voice Within Woman

Jennifer Gwirtz’s new full-length dance, at Performance Works Northwest through May 1, explores feminist Jewish themes through a universal lens.

News & Notes: Designs on PSU

A big step toward a new home for the university’s School of Art + Design. “Merry Wives” sing out. In Salem, Putin on parade. Voices for Ukraine. A tribute to Lady Day. A memorial for Una Loughran. Wayne Brady in the house. Brunish takes on London.

News & notes: Haikus, radio, fringe fest

A Columbia Gorge haiku challenge. An interim leader for Portland Baroque Orchestra. Damien Geter and the Oregon Symphony go bicoastal. Classical jams. Oregon Fringe Festival.

Remembering Linda Williams Janke

The Portland stage star, 78, took classic turns in plays by Eugene O’Neill, Arthur Miller, Edward Albee, Noel Coward, and G.B. Shaw.

The sensitive eye of a radical

Art from Tumult: Bev Grant’s Photographic Record
of Radicalized New York, at Reed College’s Cooley Art Gallery.

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