It’s a good weekend for music. The Bend Camerata, a group founded by local music educators, will be performing their musical journey called “This Is Us” at Wille Hall on the COCC campus Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 3 pm on Sunday.
For all the latest arts and culture listings, pickup the latest issue of The Source Weekly, or go to their website at bendsource.com. Thanks to our Source on the Scene sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to show you some of the best events and entertainment that our region has to offer, every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.
“The sound of human potential.” That’s the tagline for Cascade School of Music, the nonprofit music school that has been working to transform lives and enrich our community by providing exceptional music education and experiences for all Central Oregonians since 2002.
Get your tickets now, before April 6th, for a reduced price to attend the school’s upcoming benefit “The Gift of Music,” an evening of engaging music, dinner and unique auction packages. The event is on May 6th at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Skyline Ranch Road. 75% of tickets sales go directly to the nonprofit school. Find out about all of the classes and offerings at the school by visiting http://www.ccschoolofmusic.org/. The school has many summer programs and offers tuition assistance and scholarships. Along with financial donations, the school also is in need of instruments.
Larry and His Flask have been bringing their high-energy live performances to Central Oregon and the entire nation for over a decade and for one night only, New Years Eve, they’re bringing it to their hometown fans right here in Bend. Here’s a preview of their upcoming show at volcanic theater and a look at the history of the band.
For all the latest arts and cultural listings pick up the latest issue of the Source Weekly or go to their website at bendsource.com.
The Bend Roots Revival is a grass roots community events that brings in local acts from all genres of music that perform on seven different stages between the Arts Station and Deschutes Brewery Warehouse.
Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs met up with returning act and local favorite Honey Don’t at the Music Maker’s stage to give you a sample of what’s to come this weekend.
For more events that are taking place in and around Central Oregon, pick up a copy of The Source Weekly.
A special thanks to the Source on the Scene sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to cover the arts and culture scene in Central Oregon every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily at 6 p.m. on KOHD and 7 p.m. on KBNZ.
The Athletic Club of Bend is yet again the setting for the Clear Summer Nights concert series. The 2017 line-up includes UB40, kicking off the series July 11th as well as the John Butler Trio, American Idol winner Phillip Phillips and Indie Rockers, The Shins. Shannon Talbo stopped by Central Oregon Daily to talk about this year’s shows. More info at The Athletic Club of Bend.
Last night Chris Biggs and photographer, Joel Adams, packed up the camera gear and went the extra mile to the Britt Music & Arts Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon, to get an interview with the multilingual Oregon based band, Pink Martini. They are performaing at Les Schwab Ampitheater on Friday, June 30.
All Seasons RV & Marine Clear Summer Nights 2017 Concert Series presented by Northwest Brain and Spine at the Athletic Club of Bend is starting in July. The concert line up is as follows:
UB40 – July 11
John Butler Trio – September 10
Phillip Phillips – September 19
The Shins – September 26
Dinner Tickets are sold at the Athletic Club of Bend. Dinner tickets also include admission to the show. Dinner is served between 5pm-8pm, by Bistro 28. for more information give us a call at 541-385-3062 or come visit us in person at the Athletic Club of Bend.
Meekoh performed the song “Over You” from his brand new album, “Fire & Diamonds,” on the afternoon show’s first-ever live musical performance. He also explains why he turned down “The Voice” and how his music career got its humble start busking in Bend’s downtown breezeway. We’re predicting it won’t be long til we’ll be saying, “We knew Meekoh when… “!