KLCC Live Performances

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Tony Furtado brings new songs, and his mastery of slide guitar and banjo to a house concert in Eugene tonight, May 15th, where he'll joined by bassist Sam Howard. Tony is celebrating the release of his seventeenth album, The Bell. Tony Furtado and Sam Howard visited the KLCC studios for songs and conversation.

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Fiddler Hanneke Cassel returns to the Shedd in Eugene on Friday evening, May 8th, for a trio performance with Christopher Lewis on guitar and Mike Block on cello, who’s performed with everyone from Yo-Yo Ma to Bobby McFerrin and Mark O’Connor. Hanneke Cassel’s trio merges Scottish style instrumentals with influences from the American to the Chinese, and a Chinese saying provides the title to their latest release, Dot the Dragon’s Eyes. They performed live in the KLCC studios.

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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.

Oboist Allan Vogel and flutist Janice Tipton are renowned for their work with the Oregon Bach Festival, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and Bach’s Circle, among many other credits. They’re currently in residency with Chamber Music Amici for a week educational offerings and performances that will culminate in a Baroque performance with Chamber Music Amici at the Shedd in Eugene on Monday, April 27th.

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The Brothers Comatose bring their high-energy string-driven sound to Sam Bond’s Garage in Eugene this evening, April 8th, and to the Belfry in Sisters on Thursday evening, April 9th. They visited the KLCC studios as a six piece band, including Ben Morrison (guitar and vocals), Alex Morrison (banjo and vocals), Ryan Avellone (mandolin), Gio Benedetti (bass), Philip Brezina (fiddle) and Josh Rabbe (fiddle). Songs and laughter abounded.

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.

Shantala Subramanyam, flute artist from Chennai, India—a master of South Indian Classical music—is in performance at Beall Hall on the UO campus in Eugene this evening, April 3rd. She’ll be in trio with Avaneeswaram S.R. Vinu on violin and percussionist Palakkad Mahesh Kumar. The concert is presented by the UO School of Music and Dance. Her trio visited the KLCC studios for music and conversation.

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The Delgani String Quartet is a new ensemble, featuring Wyatt True and Jannie Wei on violin, Morgan O’Shaughnessy on viola, and Kelly Quesada on cello. Delgani will perform twice in upcoming days, including this Sunday, March 29th at the Secret Garden in Eugene in a benefit for the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, and in their official debut on April 7th at United Lutheran Church in Eugene. At the Secret Garden, they’ll be joined by Sharon Schuman as a guest on violin. They debuted in radio style in the SELCO Performance Hall of the KLCC studios.

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Canadian guitarist Ewan Dobson brings his “Acoustic Metal” tour to the WOW Hall in Eugene Wednesday night, March 25th, with local guitarist Will Brown opening. After his initial inspirations in the worlds of heavy metal and hard rock, Ewan has won major competitions in genres from classical to fingerstyle, and his influences run even farther into the world’s traditional music, techno, trance, and video game music. He’s become a YouTube sensation as well, with tens of millions of views. He joined us live in the KLCC studios for songs and conversation.

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The Oregon Guitar Trio includes David Kelley, Matt Gwinup and David Rogers. They present a performance called Music through the Ages at First United Methodist Church in Eugene on Sunday, March 15th. The repertoire will include pieces from Brazilian, minimalist, baroque, jazz and video game music traditions. The Oregon Guitar Trio stopped by the KLCC studios to share an original tune, a song from a modern Russian woman composer, and the theme from Super Mario Brothers.

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