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Ongoing Events

Scholls Grange

Meetings First Wednesday of every month
(potluck 7:00pm, meeting 8:00pm)
Community Potluck/Social Gathering: Third Friday of every month (7:00pm)

Upcoming Events

Walters Cultural Arts Center
527 E Main Street
Hillsboro, OR 97123

http://www.ci.hillsboro.or.us/Arts/WCAC/Events.aspx

March 20
Concert
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason Family Band
8pm | $18 in advance / $20 day of show
Tickets 503-615-3485 (tickets available soon)
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason are extraordinary musicians. If you didn't know it before, you sure did after Ken Burns' The Civil War hit the airwaves. Their performance of Jay's haunting composition “Ashokan Farewell “— the musical hallmark of the PBS series — earned the couple international acclaim. The soundtrack won a Grammy and “Ashokan Farewell” — originally inspired by Jay & Molly's annual fiddle and dance camps — was nominated for an Emmy. Of course that is only part of the story. Since joining forces in the late 1970s, Jay and Molly have become one of the mostcelebrated duos on the American acoustic music scene. With their comfortable sense of fun and their love of music, they make each concert a musical journey — sometimes spanning two continents and two centuries. Their incomparable warmth and wit — coupled with consummate musicianship — have delighted audiences worldwide. Listen to the timeless renditions of hard-driving Appalachian, Cajun and Celtic fiddle tunes, stirring Civil War classics, sassy songs from the golden age of swing and country, stunning waltzes, and deeply moving original compositions. It's immediately apparent why Jay and Molly concerts warm the heart, feed the soul, and appeal to all ages. No wonder they continue to receive widespread critical praise.
     
April 20
Concert
The Portland Cello Project
8pm | $15 in advance / $17 day of show
Tickets 503-615-3485
Our final classical concert of the 2009-2010 season is The Portland Cello Project, whose concerts "are purposely suitable for all demographics:  boogie-ing grannies, head nodding hipsters, budding middle-school musicians and everyone in between...." (CMJ)  This cello ensemble plays everything from classical pieces to movie themes and, according to the Portland Tribune, "...is not your father's cello ensemble...."  Join us for this fitting finale to a season of off-the-beaten path classical music!

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