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Upcoming Performances

April 21, 2017  Doors open at 7:00 Concert at 7:30 pm: Multnomah Arts Center - Multnomah Village, Portland, OR

Music:
Friday, April 21 Multnomah Arts Center 7688 S.W. Capitol Highway Portland, Ore. Tickets are $15, at the door only Tickets are $15, at the door only Tickets are $15, at the door only

Performers:
Brian Oberlin & Evan Marshall

April 22, 2017  Doores open at 7:00 pm Concert at 7:30 pm: Liberty Theatre - Astoria Oregon

Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for students, seniors and military and can
be purchased online through http://bit.ly/2kxT0gT 

Performers:
Brian Oberlin & Evan Marshall

April 23, 2017  Doors open at 1:30 p.m., Concert at 2 p.m: Old Liberty Theater - Ridgefield, WA

8th season with a 2017 Spring Concert Tour of Portland, the Oregon Coast and Southwest Washington, April 21-23.

24 instruments from the mandolin family and directed by Portland’s leading mandolinist, Brian Oberlin, will perform movements from Mozart’s 3rd and 4th Violin Concertos and Hummel’s Mandolin Concerto, as well as folk music from the Americas.

special guest, mandolin luminary Evan Marshall. (www.evanjmarshall.com) Evan will perform mandolin solos in the Mozart and Hummel Concertos. In a special performance, Evan will join forces with Brian Oberlin to play swing, bluegrass and classical as part of their crowd-pleasing duet, Twin Mandolin Slingers.

Founded in 2010, the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra has successfully revived the tradition of community mandolin orchestras popular in cities across North America during the early 20th century.  Today, the all-volunteer, Portland-based Orchestra boasts 24 members who play mandolin, mandola, mandocello and mandobass to create a warm, distinctive sound something like musical rain.  The Orchestra has performed in Portland, Salem, Hillsboro, Hood River, Pendleton and Vancouver, Wash.

Music:
Tickets are $15 at the door or by calling 360-887-7260

Performers:
Brian Oberlin & Evan Marshall

Brian Oberlin, Music DirectorBrian Oberlin, Music Director
Brian brings with him many years of experience as a professional musician, composer, instructor, and now conductor. He has toured the U.S., performing with several different ensembles, and has taught thousands of students to play mandolin. Brian's perspective on music, composing, performing, and teaching is always fresh and full of energy. If you are interested in performing with the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra, contact Brian at .

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