The series begins Saturday, Sept. 23, with Portland Chamber Orchestra
ASTORIA — For the first season since its renovation, Astoria’s Liberty Theatre will offer an entire series of classical music.
The series begins Saturday, Sept. 23, with the Portland Chamber Orchestra, including pianist Ruusamari Teppo. The Schubert Ensemble of London comes Wednesday, Oct. 4, followed by The Tacoma Opera on Friday, Nov. 17; PROJECT Trio Thursday, Jan. 4; Song & String Trio on Sunday, Feb. 4; The Bodhi Trio on Saturday, Feb. 17; The Delgani String Quartet on Friday, March 16; The Oregon Brass Quintet on Thursday, April 26; and the The Solstice Wind Quintet on Friday, May 25.
The performers will hold free pre-show workshops to the band, orchestra, choir and dance students of Astoria High School, with help from community donors. These workshops are funded by community donors.
“The purpose of Liberty Restoration, Inc. is to provide a forum for community events, a center for local, regional and national performing artists, and a center that fosters education and the development of the performing arts, and a center which anchors downtown Astoria’s continued economic revitalization,” the theater said in a release.
For more information, visit www.libertyastoria.org.