I was reading a fascinating article on the creation of Radiolab a few days ago, and was struck by this quote: ”Change isn’t something that can be planned. It’s something that can only be recognized.”
With that in mind, I am pleased to announce that our monthly chamber jams at The Waypost will now happen every first Sunday of the month. (If you show up on Wednesday, you’ll be there for trivia night, which is fun too, but there won’t be any chamber music.)
So mark your calendars, first Sunday chamber jams start September 2nd from 7-10pm.
Now that I have your attention, here’s a reminder that we are having a free string quartet concert today at 6pm.
CRPDX String Quartet
08/03/12 6:00pm @ Lot 13
garden at corner of N. Mississippi and Shaver, Portland (next to the Rexall building)
FREE, All Ages
The CRPDX String Quartet will present a free concert of music through the ages including movements from Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Shostakovich string quartets, plus some of today’s pop and rock hits. (and by “today” we mean “80′s”)
Bring a picnic, and come hang out in the garden. Food will be available for purchase from the bicycled powered vegan food vendor Eatin’ Alive.
This concert is sponsered by the Multnomah Country Cultural Coalition Community Cultural Participation Grant.
Hope to see you there!
Mattie Kaiser – Executive Director