(Photo | Courtesy of Sisters Folk Festival) Sisters Folk Festival (SFF) is excited to announce a new education initiative for the organization in 2020: Sisters Songworks: An Intimate Writing Retreat. Using the wildly successful platform of the Americana Song Academy, SFF is looking to offer a more intimate experience with three great songwriter instructors and…

(Photo | courtesy of Sunriver Music Festival) One of the premier dance bands in the Pacific Northwest, Blue Skies Big Band will help you swing into Valentine’s Day with your special person at Sunriver Music Festival’s annual Valentine’s Dinner & Concert, Friday, February 14 in Sunriver’s historic Great Hall. The evening begins with a hosted…

(The Calder Quartet | Photo Courtesy of High Desert Chamber Music) High Desert Chamber Music has announced that applications are available to perform in a Master Class with members of the award-winning Calder Quartet. The class will be open to violinists, violists and cellists. This event will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of…

(Eldon T Jones | Photo Courtesy of the Oxford Hotel Group) BendBroadband’s Jazz at the Oxford launches into 2020 with Eldon “T” Jones & N Touch, whose tasteful saxophone approach has been described to “empty the heart of its cares.” “We’re looking forward to ringing in the new year with Eldon “T” Jones & N…

(Image | Courtesy of Sunriver Music Festival) One of the premier dance bands in the Pacific Northwest, Blue Skies Big Band will help you swing into Valentine’s Day with your special person at Sunriver Music Festival’s annual Valentine’s Dinner & Concert, Friday, February 14 in Sunriver’s historic Great Hall. The evening begins with a hosted…

(Martha Redbone | Photo Courtesy of Tower Theatre Foundation) On Thursday, January 16 at 7:30pm, the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation invites you to Martha Redbone’s Bone Hill. Inspired by the lives of Redbone’s family in the hills of coal-mining Appalachia, Bone Hill is the journey of a woman, Red, returning to her homeland in Black…