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PAS December Concert ~ “Sweet Adelines”

Friday December 14th @ 7:30pm

Redding Old City Hall

The Northern Gateway Chorus of Redding teams up with their sister chorus Southern Oregon Sound, from Medford, for an evening of women’s barbershop choral and quartet singing.  The concert includes a wide variety of vocal music, from timeless classics to Broadway hits, plus seasonal favorites to get you in the holiday spirit. Broadway composers on the program include Cole Porter, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Disney film composer Alan Menken, along with a medley of tunes made famous by the Andrews Sisters.

The show also includes specialty numbers performed by several award-winning quartets comprised of members from the two choruses. Join us for an unforgettable evening of choral music, showcasing two fine groups from the Northstate and southern Oregon.  One performance only will take place at Redding’s Old City Hall on Friday, Dec. 14, at 7:30. No advance ticket purchase is necessary. There is no admission cost, although donations are gratefully accepted.

The concert is sponsored by Redding’s Performing Arts Society, a contributing member of the Shasta County Arts Council.

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PAS November Concert ~ A Night of 20th & 21st Century Music!

Friday, November 9th, 2018 @ 7:30pm

Pilgrim Congregational Church

The Stadler Trio: Ashland musicians, pianist Cynthia Darby and cellist Tom Stauffer, return to our stage, along with local clarinetist Bruce Belton to present an evening of 20th and 21st century chamber music, including works by Robert Muczynski, Nino Rota & Alexander Zemlinsky. Then with violinist Cherie Gans, marimbist Eric Whitmer and pianist Ellen Southard, they'll play Marc Mellits'  "Music for Five Musicians". Eric and pianist Tyler Braito will premiere Morgan Fator's new work for marimba & piano.

This concert is free or by donation.


PAS Presents: An Evening with Pianist Oliver Moore

Friday, October 12th, 2018 @ 7:30pm

Pilgrim Congregational Church

Pianist Oliver Moore will perform Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in Eb minor (WTC I), Beethoven’s Sonata in D major, Op. 10 #3, Liszt’s Ballade #3,  Cyril Scott’s Rainbow Trout, Percy Grainger’s In Dohaney, and Muczynski’s Desperate Measures.  17-years of age, Oliver currently studies with Dr. Robert Bowman in Chico. As a pianist, double bassist, accompanist, arranger and composer, he takes inspiration from many forms of music. Oliver is primarily a classical pianist, but is well-versed in jazz and ragtime standards of the 20th century as well. 

He has won 1st place at the Redlands Bowl Concerto Competition, the CAPMT State Concerto Competition, the MTAC North Concerto Competition, the Classical Masters Piano Competition, the West Coast Ragtime Competition, and took 2nd place at the World Old-Time Piano Playing Contest in Oxford, Mississippi.

This concert is free or by donation.