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The Corvallis Community Band, under the baton of Jim Martinez, prepares to launch another season of music in Central Park.
GOP yawns at Jan. 6 panel. Schools have bad news for students with disabilities. Chickens near Scio. Unreported COVID cases swamp Oregon. Atmospheric river soaks Yellowstone. Journalists sound off. Two new movies worth your time. It’s all in the new edition of Your Weekend Reader.
“how to clean your room” tackles tough issues — with the help of sock puppets. It’s the June production of the Majestic Readers’ Theatre Company.
International Alliance for Women in Music to hold conference in Corvallis — and some of its events are open to the public.
The Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra and conductor Marlan Carlson check off another Mahler symphony on Tuesday night. And the story behind the symphony is wild.
A timely play by an Indian-American writer is the May production of the Majestic Readers’ Theater Company, with performances Saturday and Sunday.
Oregon’s Delgani String Quartet (now with Corvallis violinist Anthea Kreston) wraps up its 2021-22 season with concerts featuring works by Elena Ruehr, Haydn and Brahms.
It took four years, but the musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved novel finally hits the stage.