Eugene Symphony http://klcc.org en Eugene Symphony Guest Conductor Grant Llewellyn http://klcc.org/post/eugene-symphony-guest-conductor-grant-llewellyn <p>Guest conductor Grant Llewellyn, a native of Wales, will join the Eugene Symphony for their April performances in Eugene and Florence. He also is participating in extensive artist residency programs this week as well. He speaks with Eric Alan about the experience.</p><p></p><p></p> Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:00:00 +0000 Eric Alan 11816 at http://klcc.org Eugene Symphony Guest Conductor Grant Llewellyn Pink Martini with the Eugene Symphony http://klcc.org/post/pink-martini-eugene-symphony <p>Pink Martini and the Eugene Symphony will join forces for a unique, multi-denominational holiday concert at the Hult Center on December 14<sup>th</sup>. Music from Pink Martini’s <em>Joy to the World </em>and <em>Get Happy </em>CDs, as Pink Martini’s Thomas Lauderdale speaks with Eric Alan about collaborating with Phyllis Diller, why everyone should have a doppelganger, and why young people can’t sing well about love.</p><p></p><p></p> Wed, 11 Dec 2013 18:25:05 +0000 Eric Alan 4570 at http://klcc.org Pink Martini with the Eugene Symphony Counterpoint Festival: Romeo and Juliet, with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival http://klcc.org/post/counterpoint-festival-romeo-and-juliet-oregon-shakespeare-festival <p>As the Eugene Symphony's month-long, city-wide Counterpoint Festival continues, the symphony and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival prepare to collaborate on a groundbreaking version of Romeo and Juliet on November 23rd. It combines a full symphony orchestra performing music from Prokofiev with Shakespeare's classic text, brought to the stage by three actors from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Eric Alan speaks with Terri McMahon, who directs OSF's participation.</p><p></p><p></p> Tue, 19 Nov 2013 16:50:23 +0000 Eric Alan 3340 at http://klcc.org Counterpoint Festival: Romeo and Juliet, with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Eugene Symphony's Counterpoint Festival Explores Love and Fate http://klcc.org/post/eugene-symphonys-counterpoint-festival-explores-love-and-fate <p>The Eugene Symphony presents its second Counterpoint Festival, partnering with a variety of community and arts organizations to explore the themes of “Love and Fate,” in events across the spectrum of the creative arts. That includes two performances by the Eugene Symphony: <em>Symphonie Fantastique</em> on November 14<sup>th</sup>, then <em>Romeo &amp; Juliet</em> and <em>Porgy &amp; Bess</em> on November 23<sup>rd</sup>, including collaboration with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Thu, 14 Nov 2013 18:21:05 +0000 Eric Alan 3056 at http://klcc.org Eugene Symphony's Counterpoint Festival Explores Love and Fate Eugene Symphony opening night http://klcc.org/post/eugene-symphony-opening-night <p>The Eugene Symphony opens its 48th season on September 26th with the sights and sounds of Spain, including music from DeFalla, Debussy, Ravel and Bizet. Eric Alan talks with pianist Orion Weiss, who is featured on DeFalla&#39;s <em>Nights in the Gardens of Spain</em>, and with the Eugene Symphony&#39;s music director and conductor, Danail Rachev.</p><p></p><p></p><p></p> Thu, 26 Sep 2013 20:09:05 +0000 Eric Alan 334 at http://klcc.org