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Photo by Lindsey McCarthy

  As part of the Eugene Symphony’s 50th anniversary season, Giancarlo Guerrero returns to conduct music by Respighi and Durufle on Thursday evening, January 21st. He speaks with Eric Alan about his tenure in Eugene, his new life in Nashville, and his vision for the symphony. 

Photo by Eric Alan

  The Jacobs Gallery in Eugene will close on January 31st. City of Eugene Cultural Services will host a community conversation about future uses for the Jacobs Gallery space, on January 13th at the Hult Center Studio at 5:30 p.m. Eric Alan speaks with gallery board member Katy Szekely about her perspectives on the conversation, and the future of the space. 

  Four hundred years after William Shakespeare’s death, one copy of the first collected works of his material is on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

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"The City of the Arts and Outdoors" is losing another visual art space. Jacobs Art Gallery at the Hult Center in Eugene has announced plans to close. They say the community gallery doesn't receive the financial support necessary to operate.

The last few days have been tough for Alex Brokaw. After being a part of the decision to close, the Jacobs Gallery Board President is still coming to terms.

    Georgina Hayns is Creative Supervisor of Puppet Fabrication at LAIKA Animation Studio in Portland. At LAIKA, she has supervised puppet fabrication on the films ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, Kubo and the Two Strings, and Coraline; she’s also worked on other films including Mars Attacks! and the Oscar-nominated short Periwig Maker. She’ll give a presentation in the Hult Center’s Soreng Theater in Eugene on Saturday, October 31st in conjunction with the 2 p.m. screening of ParaNorman, as part of All Hallows Eugene.

The Eugene Symphony celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with the 2015/2016 season, featuring a special range of performances, including return appearances from conductors Marin Alsop, Giancarlo Guerrero and Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Music director and conductor Danail Rachev previews the season with Eric Alan.

“Chalk Outlines” is a performance piece by the Embodiment Project in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, which will be performed on the Hult Center Plaza in Eugene on Thursday, August 27th at 5:30 p.m. Eric Alan speaks with artistic director Nicole Klaymoon and musical director Valerie Troutt.

Photo by Eric Alan

The Eugene Concert Choir completes its 40th anniversary season by featuring Celtic Spring with the Willis Clan on Saturday, April 25th at the Hult Center in Eugene. The Willis Clan includes twelve siblings from Nashville who merge Irish music and song and dance. They’ve gained international attention through winning the Today Show Sound of Music Singing Family Contest on NBC, and placing first in the 2013 International Irish Music Festival Competition in Dublin.

Music and conversation with Israeli-born composer Avner Dorman, whose pieces “Astrolatry” and “Spices, Perfumes, Toxins!” will be performed alongside Beethoven’s “Pastorale” by the Eugene Symphony this Thursday evening, April 16th at the Hult Center in Eugene. At the age of 25, Avner Dorman was the youngest ever winner of Israel’s Prime Minister’s Award.

Eugene Ballet Company concludes its season with the world premiere of Tommy the Ballet, at the Hult Center in Eugene on Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th. It merges the Who’s classic rock opera with the original choreography of Toni Pimble, dancing pinball machines, and a live band That entire band visited the KLCC studios, live, along with Eugene Ballet Company’s artistic director and choreographer Toni Pimble, for songs and celebration.

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