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Tylor Neist, Douglas Detrick & Kate Sokoloff

This week in Adventures in Artslandia it’s a creative trifiecta this week, there’re so many fantastic projects rolling along. First Susannah talked to composer Tylor Neist of Bridgetown Orchestra about their upcoming piece The Overview Effect which will have it’s run at Portland Center Stage’s Ellen Bye Theatre, opening on April …

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Anne Mueller

For this weeks adventure, Susannah had the pleasure of talking dance, and the making of an artists’  life, with the brilliant Anne Mueller, Co-Artistic director of The Portland Ballet. Listen here.[sc_embed_player fileurl=”http://artslandia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/anne-mueller-final.mp3″]   This weeks podcast is brought to you by James VanArsdel and Broadway Cabaret PDX, bringing Betty Buckley to …

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Amy Engelhardt

Meet the amazing Amy Engelhardt, formerly of The Bobs, she’s a singer, composer, lyricist, educator, and artist extraordinaire. She has two events coming up in the Pacific Northwest. Click here to listen! The Moisture Festival, March 17-19th, http://www.moisturefestival.com and a house concert at Sisyphus Farms on March 20th. https://www.facebook.com/sisyphusfarms/?fref=ts Don’t miss …

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Portland Gay Men’s Chorus & Merideth Kaye Clark

  It’s an embarrassment of riches in the music world; Portland Gay Men’s Chorus has The Blues; Backwoods to Broadway concert coming up March 19th and 20th, www.pdxgmc.org, and I had the supreme pleasure of chatting with Dave Fleschner, Billy Mixer and Jimmy Wilcox about that! I’m also talking to Merideth …

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Ron Blessinger, John Zajac and Nate Cohen

For this weeks adventure, Susannah chats with Third Angle’s Artistic Director, Ron Blessinger about Third Angle’s newest project Radio Happenings . Check out the mockup of the entire show, including complete audio tracks of the pieces that will be played. CF full program mockup from Third Angle on Vimeo. Also Susannah talks to Isinglass’s John Zajac, Artistic …

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