The Old Church Concert Hall is a nonprofit, non-religious, performance and events venue in downtown Portland’s West End cultural district. We’ve got some of the best acoustics anywhere, we’re a historic landmark, and we’re charming and friendly. The Old Church is also wheelchair accessible and air conditioned.
The Old Church Concert Hall is proud to welcome back for the 5th year, Astoria Music Festival’s only performance in the city of Portland, Oregon. This year’s preview features Gold Medal winner of the XIII International Tchaikovsky Competition, Sergey Antonov cello, celebrated virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn violin, and Director of Chamber Music of the Astoria Music Festival, Cary Lewis piano. The program includes Grieg Sonata, Mendelssohn Sonatas, and Dvorak’s beloved Dumky Trio.
Elizabeth Pitcairn will play the legendary 1720 Red Mendelssohn Stradivarius, which is said to have inspired the 1999 Academy Award-winning film, “The Red Violin.” All Ages Show – 7pm door.
Advance Tickets $40 Reserved Seating / $25 General Admission at BrownPaperTickets.com
$30 Day of Show
Enjoy the music of one of America’s finest & most underrated singer-songwriter. Although known for a smattering of hits, such as “Everybody’s Talkin” from Midnight Cowboy, Nilsson’s true greatness comes from his largely unknown album material. All proceeds to benefit The Old Church. Door 7pm. All Age – Bar with I.D.
Tickets Sliding Scale $10-$20 at BrownPaperTickets.com.