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October 2009


CHURCH plus White HINTERLAND and FEAR NO MUSIC

October 16, 2009 at 8:00 pm

$8

Come see Fear No Music's debut at Mississipi Studios, with Church and White Hinterlands. Tickets CHURCH'S lush aesthetic is a lovely contradiction of sounds: expansive and cohesive, experimental yet familiar, brooding one moment and soothing the next. Their unique, mostly analog instrumentation unites factions of noise-rock with psychedelic folk and experimental pop. "The best, most…

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Homage

October 16, 2009 at 8:00 pm

$5 - $20

What do the stillness of the night, the structure of a lily, a Hallowe’en bonfire, acoustic blues, and the voice of Paul Robeson all have in common? They’re all celebrated by the composers of our "Homage" concert, which opens our eighteenth season: “Reflections on People, Times, and Places.” George Crumb Four Nocturnes (Night Music II)…

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January 2010


Memoirs

January 29, 2010 at 8:00 pm

$5 - $20

Golijov — “Mariel” for Marimba and cello Dutilleux — “ainsi la nuit” string quartet Lou Harrison — “Grand Duo” for violin and piano Elvis Costello — selections from "The Juliet Letters”

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May 2010


Hearing the Future

May 2, 2010 at 3:00 pm

$5 - $20

Hear the latest works from the startlingly creative minds of the Young Composers Project, the Bergs and Towers of tomorrow, right here, today! Tickets Currently sponsored by the Herbert Templeton Foundation, this innovative program gathers young composers (grades 6–12) from around Oregon for workshops over a nine-month period. During the workshops, the student composers develop…

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Once upon a time…

May 21, 2010 at 8:00 pm

$5 - $20

The pieces on our final program each tell a great story, sometimes with thundering percussion, sometimes with whispering, feathery violin lines, and others with a raucous conversation between four string players. Fear No Music Presents highlights of this and past seasons, encoring recent works by Oregon composers Bonnie Miksch and Mark Vigil, and performing personal…

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Squiggly Notes and Tales from Afar

May 23, 2010 at 8:00 pm

$5 - $20

Inspired by our own personal backgrounds, travels and the simple pleasure we derive from stories with timeless messages Squiggly Sounds and Tales from Afar is a kids’ concert that features stories from countries around the world, creating a fun, wacky, and visually engaging concert with special guest performers, including puppeteers, acrobats, dancers, and actors. We…

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June 2010


FNM @ Pedalpalooza 2010!

June 14, 2010 at 7:30 pm

Mt. Tabor Park,

SE 60th & Salmon St

Portland,

OR

97215

United States


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Free

Fear No Music presents the first Portland performance of “Eine Brise” (“a breeze”) by composer-trickster Mauricio Kagel. Scored for 111 bicyclists riding in a tight, controlled formation, and playing bells, whistling, humming and making tongue-clucks, the performance is part of Pedalpalooza 2010. Performers are needed and advance notice of your intent to participate is requested.…

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July 2010


FNM @ PDX Pop Now! July 2010

July 31, 2010 at 4:50 pm

Free

Fear No Music performs works by  Miksch,  Satoh, Stirling, Glass, etc..at PDX Pop  Now! 2010 More information @ www.pdxpopnow.com

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October 2010


Beyond Boundaries

October 22, 2010 at 8:00 pm

First Christian Church,

1314 SW Park Avenue

Portland,

OR

97201

United States


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This first concert of the season features the premieres of two works written for fEARnoMUSIC: Four on Five, by  Paul Safar, and Triage by Shaun Naidoo. Also on the program is Naidoo's Electric Fences (which FNM performs on the CD by the same name) and works by Mark Vigil and Judith Shatin. Conversations with the…

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March 2011


Gabriel Prokofiev

March 13, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Widely hailed as the best hope to take classical music into the next millennium, Gabriel Prokofiev, grandson of Sergei Prokofiev, will be here in Portland, with a "burning wish to get it out of its confines and reach people the other side of the fence." Guest Artists: Dancer & Choreographer: Gavin Larsen, Oregon Ballet Theater…

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