Mt. Angel Performing Arts Center
220 E. Charles St. in downtown Mt. Angel, Oregon
March 2, 2007, Beppe Gambetta
Beppe Gambetta, is one of the original "Men of Steel." His musical background and credits are impeccable and his newest bluegrass CD is absolutely the best! Beppe is from Italy and carries the bluegrass torch in Europe, keeping it buring bright. His performance in Mt. Angel is a real treat for our local bluegrass fans!
March 18, 2007, Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra
The Oregon ProArte Chamber Orchestra, is a full 37 piece orchestra, filling the stage area to capacity and enveloping the audience in the full, rich, offerings of their music. This is orchestra music in a way you've never heard it before, getting right into your bones. The thrill of "feeling" music and not just "hearing" it is a rare opportunity. This will be their second performance in Mt. Angel and we hope to be included in their full schedule for the future.
Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra
March 24, 2007, Zach Driscoll and Three Quarter Time
Zach Driscoll & Three Quarter Time, Started with a single-minded goal of performing superb bluegrass Gospel, which they did, but you just can't take the country out of the man. Zach has a voice and a style that appeal to the most die-hard country fans and cowboy fans alike. His soothing drawl just pulls you in and holds you whether its Gospel, country, blues, bluegrass or any other style of music he chooses to sing. ZD&TQT will produce a live-performance CD from this concert and invite their many fans to send in requests for the music they'd like to hear, making it truly a CD of favorites!
April 14, 2007, The Tom May Trio
Tom May: From opening for or touring with Gordon Lightfoot, Alabama, Willie Nelson, and many others; to originating and producing Portland's signature folk music event, "Winterfolk"; to performing throughout the U.S., Canada, and overseas for over 35 years; to releasing 11 albums and creating and producing the nationally syndicated radio program, "River City Folk"; Tom May's career and songs have touched the lives and hearts of multitudes. Tom's Northwest Trio includes Donny Wright (bass player and singer with Tracy Grammer and others) and the multi-instrumentalist Fuzzy Purcell from Salem, sharing an evening of Tom's songs of the western U.S. and beyond.
April 15, 2007, Mary Flower
Mary Flower, singer, songwriter, guitar player, teacher . . . performer! Mary's impecable finger-style blues guitar can be found on her instructional DVDs. Her deep, throaty and rich-as-honey voice lends itself well to whatever music she chooses to sing but she's best known for American roots and blues, sprinkled with a bit of cajun, some swing, a touch of jazz and a hint of creole. Let her wrap you in her music then roll you out again with playful, complex rhythms you just can't resist. Mary is a master
April 28, 2007, Roundhouse Gospel CD Release Party
Roundhouse, has always been known for their superb acapella harmony and bluegrass energy. The addition of their long-time vocal coach to the band has made them better then ever! This concert is to celebrate the release of their brand new all-Gospel album (not yet titled and not yet off the press) featuring some wonderful, new, original songs. Come on over for an evening of great music with good friends, a bit of cake and some punch.
May 12, 2007, Galloway & Luckett
Barb Galloway and Donna Luckett, are a secret treasure amidst Oregon musicians. Barb Galloway was recently featured in "Flat Pick Magazine" as one of the top women flat-pickers in the United States. And she's one of our own!! Together with Donna Luckett, they offer great bluegrass honed to perfection . . . fast but controlled so the nuances of the music still shine through. Wonderful music by a pair of quiet, unassuming and witty . . . women!! An inspiration for music fans of all ages.
Galloway & Luckett
May 20, 2007, Alex and Tatiana Hargreaves
Alex and Tatiana Hargreaves are synonymous with Fiddles. They are young, energetic, and oh-so-talented!! Alex was a finalists in the 2006 National Grand Master Fiddle competition . . . in the adult division even though he's still just 14 and is the 2006 National Junior Fiddle Champion! Tatiana, his 11 year old "kid sister" plays a fiddle like a master already and belts out sassy, old-time vocals with plenty of verve. They will treat you to an afternoon of old-time, Celtic, bluegrass, dueling fiddles and maybe even a couple of original pieces. It's going to be nothing but superb fiddles all afternoon. This is the way fiddles should always sound!
Alex and Tatiana Hargreaves
May 26, 2007, Scott DePaolo and Janet Bailey
and Janet Bailey
The Poet and the Cowgirl