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Upcoming Performances

Friday, May 2, 2014  7:30 p.m.: Glenn and Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center - 527 East Main, Hillsboro, Oregon,

$15 in advance/ $20 day of show (503) 615-3485 www.brownpapertickets.com

Oregon Mandolin Orchestra's Spring Concert series featuring mandolin luminary, John Reischman.  John has played with the best-of the-best in the acoustic music scene, and the Orchestra is proud to feature him in our Spring concerts.  John will perform as a soloist as well as with Music Director Brian Oberlin.  The program will feature Spanish music for Mandolin Orchestra:  Flamenco, El Banderillo, and El Relicario, as well as Gustav Holstsí St. Paul Suite and Jen Sibeliusí In Mournful Mood.

 

Music:
Spring concert

Performers:
John Reischman www.johnreischman.com

Saturday, May 3, 2014  7:00 p.m.: First Presbyterian Church - 4300 Main Street, Vancouver, Washington

Oregon Mandolin Orchestra's Spring Concert series featuring mandolin luminary, John Reischman.  John has played with the best-of the-best in the acoustic music scene, and the Orchestra is proud to feature him in our Spring concerts.  John will perform as a soloist as well as with Music Director Brian Oberlin.  The program will feature Spanish music for Mandolin Orchestra:  Flamenco, El Banderillo, and El Relicario, as well as Gustav Holstsí St. Paul Suite and Jen Sibeliusí In Mournful Mood.

Saturday, May 3rd at 7:00 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church
4300 Main Street, Vancouver
Tickets $15/$10 (seniors) - no advance sales; door only 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

 

Music:
Spring concert

Performers:
John Resichman www.johnreischman.com

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 .

Brian Oberlin, Music DirectorElizabeth Oberlin, Executive Director
As the Executive Director, Elizabeth administers the management of all human and financial resources of the Orchestra, including marketing, patron/donor relations, fundraising, and advocacy activities. Elizabeth’s goal, in her work with the Orchestra, is to ensure its integrity, its mission, and its growth. If you are interested in becoming involved with any of these aspects of the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra, or if you would like to make a donation, contact Elizabeth at
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