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Musical releases, events and programs featuring Oregon Symphony musicians, special guests and more

In the Community

Your Oregon Symphony and our partner organizations use music’s transformative power to inspire our youth, foster life-long learning and bring healing and joy to all parts of our community.

Lullaby Project

The Lullaby Project unites Oregon Symphony musicians and local singer-songwriters with parents experiencing housing insecurity to create personal lullabies for their children.

The Lullaby Project Celebration Concert

The music created by the 2018 Lullaby Project mothers, songwriters, and musicians was showcased in this special community performance at The Old Church, livestreamed on the Oregon Symphony Facebook page.

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The Lullaby Project: Behind the Scenes

Together with musicians from the Oregon Symphony and local singer-songwriters, mothers and mothers-to-be are creating personal lullabies for their children, expressing their hopes and dreams for the future.

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The Making of a Lullaby

A peek into the creative process behind the Lullaby Project.

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Studio to School

Providing comprehensive musical training to both students and educators, the Studio to School program was created in partnership with David Douglas School District and 45th Parallel, a Portland musicians’ collective.

Studio to School Project: Year Three in Review

A look back at this program that brings high-quality music education, staff development, and arts-integrated learning into schools.

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Studio to School Project, Year Two

A look back at this multi-year project serves to promote equal access to high quality music education, provide staff development, and enhance arts integrated learning for children; it is carried out in partnership with the teaching musicians of the 45th Parallel.

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Studio to School Project: Year One in Review

A look back at this program that brings high-quality music education, staff development, and arts-integrated learning into schools.

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Moving Music into the Future with Intel

Oregon Symphony musicians and engineers from Intel have collaborated to develop wearable technology that translates simple body movements into music. The result: new compositions featuring body movement technology that have premiered in Oregon Symphony concerts!

Oregon Symphony and Intel present Niel DePonte’s “Intelligent Juxtapositions” Excerpts

In the second performance resulting from the Oregon Symphony and Intel partnership, Oregon Symphony musicians, dancers from Bodyvox and guest keyboardist, Kevin Doucette, perform “Intelligent Juxtapositions” featuring Intel’s Currie chip technology for a sold out audience on March 19, 2017 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

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Holiday Music

A celebratory mix of selections from live concerts, holiday video performances and other festive finds.

Happy Father's Day

Father-son musician / amateur astronomy duo Jonathan Dubay, violin and Liam Dubay, piano, perform Messiaen's Quatuor pour la fin du temps, Mvt. viii Louange à l'immortalité de Jésus.

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Lift Every Voice and Sing

In honor of Juneteenth, we present your Oregon Symphony brass section performing "Lift Every Voice and Sing." Originally conceived as a poem by James Weldon Johnson and later composed as a hymn by his brother John Rosamond Johnson, it is often referred to as "The Black National Anthem," with lyrics affirming the liberty of all Black Americans. To learn more about local Juneteenth events, head to

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Happy Mother's Day

In honor of Mother's Day, Oregon Symphony cellist Seth Biagini and his mother, pianist Cathy Biagini, play this hauntingly beautiful rendition of the fifth movement from French composer Olivier Messiaen's "Quatuor pour la fin du temps" / Quartet for the End of Time. Recorded remotely from Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.

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Oregon Symphony & NW Community Gospel Chorus: “Hallelujah”

An audio excerpt from the 2018 CD Gospel Christmas

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Gala 2022: What the Future Sounds Like

A concert celebrating 125 years of your Oregon Symphony conducted by Music Director David Danzmayr and hosted by Grammy Award-winning mandolinist, singer, and composer Chris Thile.

What the Future Sounds Like

Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Thile hosts and performs alongside the Oregon Symphony, conducted by Music Director David Danzmayr.

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Visit the Gala 2022 page here