Posts Categorized: PSO

PSO Subscriber Announcement: Renewal Deadline Extended

Hello Subscribers! We are doing everything we can to make sure we present a wonderful and safe 2020-21 season for you. To better accommodate our subscribers and patrons during the upheaval and uncertainty around COVID-19, we will be extending the 2020-21 Subscription Renewal Deadline to July 31, 2020. To those of you who have already… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Alison Hale, flute

  PSO’s Alison Hale, flute, performs Debussy’s “Syrinx” as part of our digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician Relief Fund visit www.portlandsymphony.org/relief

Notes From Home featuring the PSO viola section

The PSO viola section performs Tchaikovsky’s “Dance of the Little Swans” (arranged by Harold Lieberman) from “Swan Lake,” as a special tribute to retiring PSO violist Elizabeth Miller. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Nicholas Orovich, Principal Trombone

PSO Principal Trombonist Nicholas Orovich plays (and sings!) the classic tune “(Keep Your) Sunny Side Up” as part of our new digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician Relief… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Sarah Atwood, Principal Second Violin

PSO Principal Second Violinist Sarah Atwood performs Paganini’s Caprice for Solo Violin, No. 7 (Posato) as part of our new digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician Relief Fund… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Kimberly Lehmann, viola

PSO violist Kimberly Lehmann performs the Gigue from J.S. Bach’s Cello Suite No. 2 (arranged for viola) as part of our digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician Relief… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Rachel Braude, piccolo & flute

PSO’s piccolo player Rachel Braude provides parents everywhere with a great trick on how to get your kids up and out of bed! Her helpful parenting hint is part of the new digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Amy Sims, Assistant Concertmaster

PSO Assistant Concertmaster Amy Sims performs J.S. Bach’s Partita No. 3 in E major, Preludio, as part of the new digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to yours! To donate to our PSO Musician Relief Fund… Read more »

PSO’s Notes From Home featuring Mark Manduca on trombone

PSO trombonist Mark Manduca and his wife perform Vaughan Williams’ “Six Studies in English Folk Song: Lento (‘The Lady and the Dragon’)” in the first video of our new digital series PSO: Notes From Home. Watch as the amazing musicians of your Portland Symphony Orchestra bring music, instrument demonstrations, and more from their homes to… Read more »

From our friends at the PSO – Solo Together

A night of performances you don’t want to miss, Solo Together is a virtual “un-gala” experience that will bring performances of our world-class PSO musicians to your home.   Proceeds from this fundraiser, scheduled in place of the canceled Wine Dinner, support PSO programs that enrich the lives of over 100,000 children and adults each season – including… Read more »