Sponsored by RingSide Fish House
With guest speakers John Newton and Blanton Alspaugh, Soundmirror Recording Studio
Join fellow Symphony enthusiasts for a Chef’s Choice three-course dinner and presentation prior to the Monday night performance of Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique
RingSide Fish House
838 SW Park Ave.
$80 per person, includes all food and beverages
Presentation: “How to Record a Symphony Orchestra”
Grammy award-winning producer/engineer team John Newton and Blanton Alspaugh of Soundmirror Recording Studio will give an informal presentation during the dinner. Newton and Alspaugh will record the Oregon Symphony’s performance of Piston’s Symphony No. 7, which is featured on the Feb. 10–12 program.
Founded in 1972 by John Newton, Soundmirror has grown to become the premier classical music recording and production company. Soundmirror combines world-class recording equipment and industry knowledge to produce recordings that are consistently acknowledged by the press and industry peers. Soundmirror has received more than 90 Grammy nominations and awards, including the nomination for Producer of the Year (Blanton Alspaugh) for the Oregon Symphony’s 2015 album Spirit of the American Range. The album was also nominated for Best Orchestral Performance in 2016.
To reserve your tickets for upcoming Prelude Dinners, please call 503-416-6325.
Prelude Dinner: Mahler’s Seventh Symphony
Saturday, May 19
Presentation on the music of Mahler, with guest speaker David Schiff of Reed College