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    June 02, 2022
    6:00pm

    What could be better on a late spring afternoon than stopping by The Reser for a one-hour, no-intermission classical piano recital by one of the world’s greatest pianists? In this special program tailored specially for busy folks on the go, the 6:00 p.m. recital by Jon Kimura Parker will be the perfect interlude after the workday or in between afternoon and evening errands.

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    June 04, 2022
    11:00am

    Friendship is at the heart of this joyful collaboration between Mexican songstress Sonia De Los Santos and the Americana folk duo The Okee Dokee Brothers.

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    June 04, 2022
    7:30pm

    “Celilo Falls: We Were There” is a large-scale work for chamber orchestra by Nancy Ives with text and storytelling by Ed Edmo (Shoshone-Bannock) and projected photographic images by Joe Cantrell (Cherokee) which explores the geologic and human history of Celilo Falls, portraying the experience of the Native Americans who lost not only their livelihoods but their cultural home for millennia when the Dalles Dam flooded the Falls in 1957.

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    June 11, 2022
    7:00pm

    OIBA’s 2022 spring show focuses on renewal! OIBA students will star in newly choreographed works including a world premiere by Executive Director Ye Li, The Things That Remain, and top-level students will shine in classical solos within the context of a full act ballet choreographed by Artistic Director Xuan Cheng. Light and joyful, this performance…

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    June 19, 2022
    12:00am

    Ballet Folklorico Academia Gabriela presents Que Bonita Es Mi Tierra (How Beautiful Is My Land), which will give audience members a taste of Mexico’s history and historical landmarks through beautiful visuals, music, and costumes. Most importantly, Que Bonita Es Mi Tierra is telling a story of Mexico’s diversity through traditional dánces intertwined with their unique…

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    June 26, 2022
    3:00pm

    A SALUTE TO THE NATIONAL PASTIME Build it and they will come… let’s salute the National Pastime by the oldest Community Band in Washington County. Serving Beaverton, it’s churches, schools–and now – Featuring vocalist Lisa Neher and Hale Thornburgh as narrator. The Program includes: Movie theme from Field of Dreams by James Horner ‘Oh you Tigers’–…

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