The Uptown String Quartet
All community events below are FREE. Only the Nov. 5 concert requires tickets, and complimentary tickets are available for youth/community participants upon request.
For information: (541) 833-3066 (ext. 3) | email@example.com
Press release HERE
Forward Youth program visit
The Uptown String Quartet meets with Forward Youth program for mini-concert and Q&A.
Mon. Oct. 30
Medford Public Library Large community room
Josephine Co. Community Visit
Presentation at Grants Pass High PAC
The general public is invited to a short demonstration and mini-concert in the Lecture Hall of the P.A.C.
Wed. Nov. 1
Grants Pass High School Per. Arts Center.
Rogue Valley Manor
The Uptown String Quartet performs for residents of the Rogue Valley Manor
Thurs. Nov. 2
JPR Radio Broadcast
JPR Classics Live with Don Matthews
Catch the Uptown String Quartet performing on air in an interview with Don Matthews
Fri. Nov. 3
12:00 PM on the Classics & News channel
“Let Us Break Bread Together”
Community Conversation & Reception
FREE PUBLIC community conversation about the powerful connections between Black and Native women in American music. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided, no-host bar will be open. The conversation event will follow the reception.
ALL ARE INVITED. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Fri. Nov. 3
Elks Lodge Ashland (Downstairs)
255 E Main St, (back parking lot entrance)
Reception at 7:00 PM
Event starts around 7:30
BASE Southern Oregon
BASE Youth Program visit
The Quartet meets with BASE Youth Program for mini-performance, Q&A, and pizza party
Sat. Nov. 4
Ashland Methodist Church
Southern Oregon University
Come hear the Uptown String Quartet in concert! Comp ticket inquiries: (541) 833-3066 (ext. 2)
Sun. Nov. 5
SOU Music Hall
450 S Mountain Ave
The generosity of our grantors and donors makes these events possible
This concert and the free community events preceding it are produced by Anima Mundi Productions with support from the Oregon Arts Commission, the Miller Foundation, the Carpenter Foundation, the Marie Lamfrom Foundation, the Reser Family Foundation, the Oregon Humanities Public Program Grant, and the Jackson County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust, investing in Oregon’s arts, humanities and heritage.