Fall St(ARTS)

    As summer fades into fall, it’s only natural that we head indoors for a little intellectual stimulation as well as some sensory entertainment. Three picks below.

    Oregon Symphony

    Founded in 1896, the Oregon Symphony is one of the oldest in the nation. Featuring more than 70 full-time musicians, the ornate Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall—home to the symphony and called The Schnitz by locals—hosts almost a quarter of a million attendees each symphonic season. Performing a full schedule from September through May, more…

    Northwest Film Center

    An arm of the Portland Art Museum, the educational and curatorial institution offers year-round classes, equipment rental and frequent exhibitions in the form of several notable film festivals. The NWFC’s fall offering each October is the musically themed Reel Music Festival. Celebrating the “interplay between sound and image” more…

    BodyVox

    Powerfully innovative and incredibly athletic, BodyVox’s legacy—so far—includes developing award-winning films, numerous original shows and three operas. From October through summer, the dance company fuses complex choreography performed by dynamic dancers with theater, often incorporating elements like live music, on Portland stages. Observe the (in)conceivable ways the human body more…

    *Courtesy of neighborhoodnotes.com

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