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Songwriting Workshop with Joanne Shenandoah, 10/1


Songwriting Workshop with Joanne Shenandoah
October 1 10am-noon Unitarian Fellowship $30

Come learn what it takes to be a songwriter. Joanne will share her career path and experiences plus some of the basics of the music business such as copyright and publishing, ASCAP, BMI and GRAMMY Associations, royalties and distribution, and agent/manager promotions. You also will learn voice care and the basics of songwriting. All ages and experience welcome. Register at www.stclairevents.com or call 541–535-3562.

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September 16th, 2011

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Joanne Shenandoah Native American Musician, 9/30


A Grammy award and 12-time Native American Music award-winning artist and Wolf Clan member of the Iroquois Confederacy, Joanne Shenandoah has fulfilled the promise of her Native American name, Tekaliwah-kwa, (She Sings). “She’s become one of the most acclaimed Native American recording artists of her time.” Associated Press.
Shenandoah has 15 albums and three Grammy nominations and one Grammy award (Sacred Ground – Songwriting and vocals). She received an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Syracuse University in 2002, the first ever given to a Native performer. She has received more Native American Music Awards (13 to date) than any other artist including a “Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2008. She has also received numerous Syracuse Area Music Awards (SAMMYS) and was presented with the Grand Prize by the Native Film Festival in Montreal, Canada for her soundtrack in the documentary “Our Land Our Life” in June 2008.
See videos of Joanne performing at www.stclairevents.com. Whistling Elk Drums opens the evening.
Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St, Ashland 8 p.m.

 

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September 16th, 2011

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Workshop: Wake Up Laughing, Wise Up Loving, Rise Up Singing, 10/16


Workshop: Wake Up Laughing, Wise Up Loving, Rise Up Singing
An Enlightening and Inspiring Playshop with Steve Bhaerman, aka Swami Beyondananda
and Singer Songwriter Teresa Tudury
Sunday, October 16 • 2-5pm
Tickets – $40
Place: Unitarian Fellowship, 4th and C Streets, Ashland • Cost: $40
In these times of great upheaval – not to mention “downheaval” – we are nourished by love and laughter. This heart-opening and mind-expanding playshop led by Steve Bhaerman and talented singer-songwriter Teresa Tudury will help you wake up laughing and wise up loving – and give voice to your greatest concerns and greatest hopes.
Wake Up Laughing, Wise Up Loving, Rise Up Singing will offer both the perspective and the tools to navigate these evolutionary times. Not only will you get an encouraging take on what would appear to be discouraging news worldwide, you will help develop some key inner resources to help you be a beacon for yourself and others during challenging times. You’ll laugh while you learn, and learn while you laugh … and you will do both singing!
For more information, please go to St Clair Productions

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September 15th, 2011

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New play reading “Change of Climate” by Fred Tonge, 10/9 & 10/10/11



ScienceWorks sponsors – Atelier Stage 2 presents a reading of new play CHANGE OF CLIMATE by Fred Tonge. A tale of climate change, political conflict, and romance.

Dr. Laura Hoskins is building a world-class Climate Research Lab at Fleming Institute. But when she breaks off a brief romantic involvement with junior researcher Jake Zamosa, his impulsive retaliation threatens their careers. Can the consequences of Jake’s actions be contained, or will they spread beyond the lab and add fuel to the wider debate over global climate change?
Directed by Greg Younger Cast: Will Churchill, Gwenne Wilcox, Casey Faubion, David Gabriel, Tim Kelly, and Alyssa Leigh Smith.
Sunday, October 9, 8:00 pm Monday, October 10, 8:00 pm
ScienceWorks Theatre, 1500 East Main St., Ashland
$10.00 requested donation at door
For more information about the Playwright Actor Atelier, visit: http://playwrightsatelier.org
For more information about ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum, visit: http://scienceworksmuseum.org

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September 14th, 2011

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Efren Gonzales talks at Ashland Art Center Sept 23


FREE talk and presentation by Efren Gonzalez on his art and the art and history of Mexico. Space is limited. Potluck finger foods welcome! Join us Friday, September 23 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm

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September 13th, 2011

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Next Stage Repertory” the newest theater in the Rogue Valley


The newest name in local theater is Next Stage, the Craterian’s exciting new acting company. Under the leadership of Stephen McCandless, executive director of the Craterian; Doug Warner, former producing director of Camelot Theatre; Peter Alzado, former artistic director of Oregon Stage Works; and Kate Sullivan, local actress and co-founder of Ashland Children’s Theatre.

Next Stage will focus on producing small cast plays that tell great stories, but that don’t typically require elaborate staging.

The company is committed to making professional theater as accessible as possible for the entire community, and all seats for the four plays in the inaugural 2011–2012 season will be just $10! So, spread the word, bring your friends, and come to the Craterian for the premiere performance of Talley’s Folly!

Talley’s Folly (Sept. 8–10),” “The Decorator (Jan. 5–7),” “The Wild Guys” (March 22–31) and “Molly Sweeney” (May 31-June 2) — this season at the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater.

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September 8th, 2011

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I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road, 10/5 — 11/6/11 at the Camelot


“I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road” Book and lyrics by Gretchen Cryer and music by Nancy Ford at the Camelot Theatre October 5 – November 6
When a 40-year-old song writer wants to make a comeback, the conflict is between what she wants and what her manager wants. She’s eager to include feminist material in her act; he wants her to go back to the syrupy sweet, non-controversial formula that made her so successful: a real woman vs. a Barbie Doll.
“Clearly the most imaginative and melodic score heard in New York all season.” – Soho Weekly News
“Brash, funny, very agreeable…it touches a special emotional chord for all times.” – New York Post
For more information: Camelot Theater

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September 6th, 2011

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Impromptu Music at the Schnieder Museum — Fridays


Impromptu gigs of improvised music and soundscapes continue at the Schneider Museum on the SOU campus on four upcoming Fridays:
June 17 & 24, 2011 and July 1 & 8 2011 from noon to 1 p.m.

Various friends will join Todd Barton as their schedules allows — he will most likely not know who will be performing with him until that very day and time! So… even the “ensemble” will be impromptu and improvised.

Feel free to drop by and stay or just wander around through the museum for a bit. A great new show opens this week featuring the works of Morris Graves et al. http://www.sou.edu/sma/

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June 14th, 2011

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Songs of Shakespeare by So. Oregon Repertory Singers, July 11


Songs of Shakespeare”
Monday, July 11, 2011 – 8:00pm
Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Elizabethan Stage, Ashland, OR
FREE pre-concert lecture at 7:00 pm
The Southern Oregon Repertory Singers are delighted to present their ninth annual concert of readings and songs of Shakespeare. The concert will be held on the stage of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Elizabethan Theatre. Joining the singers will be actors from the OSF company, in a concert not to be missed.
Featured will be two world premieres: one by SORS Composer-in-Residence Craig Kingsbury, and one by SORS own Jodi French. Other highlights include works by John Rutter, William Mathias, Allan Bevan, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, and others who celebrate the glory of the word as written by the Bard of Avon.
Hear for yourself why Richard Moeschl, formerly of the Mail Tribune, says “Mark the Music” and described this concert as “ethereal vocalizing” and a “feast for the ears.” Come and be delighted!

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June 12th, 2011

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Whisky Creek Hike on the Wild Rogue (June 18, 11)


Klamath-Siskiyou Wildland Center hosts a hike in the Wild and Scenic Rogue River Gorge to Whisky Creek. Moderate-difficult, 7 miles with steep and narrow sections of trail. Carpool leaves Evo’s Coffee in Ashland at 10am and meets at Graves Creek Boat Ramp at 11:30am.
Lesley Adams Contact Phone 541 488 5789

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June 1st, 2011

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