Musical instrument in a park

City board begins plans for Music in the Park

You might say it represents small-town living at its best. Families sitting on blankets spread out on the grass, keeping an eye on toddlers playing...
Tesfa Wondemagegnehu conducting

‘Maestro Moments’ to feature conductor with passion for social justice

A nationally renowned conductor and educator with a vision for equity and justice through song is the guest for the next edition of “Maestro...
Corvallis Repertory Singers

Corvallis Repertory Singers: Two minutes of light in midst of dark days

On a recent cloudy Friday afternoon, Kim Thackray, a member of the Corvallis Repertory Singers, walked into an upstairs bedroom in her house, closed...
PHS band room

Virtual holiday concert to showcase PHS students

Philomath High School singers and musicians will perform in a holiday program at 7 p.m. Wednesday. But as you might guess, they won’t be...
Holiday music playlist artwork

Column: Send in your suggestions for Holiday Music Hall of Fame

One of the fun things I used to do every holiday season at the Gazette-Times was write about holiday music. That tradition took an...
Cory Frye column logo

Column: Passengers on a ride tearing through 2020

This year, man, 2020: What a ride. A ride, because we were, us all, helpless passengers as it tore through the spring, more recklessly...
Dan Forrest

Repertory Singers welcome composer Dan Forrest for ‘Maestro Moments’

Dan Forrest, the nationally known and critically acclaimed composer whose choral works include “Requiem for the Living,” is the guest for the next edition...
Dave Alvin

OSU’s American Strings event to feature Dave Alvin

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Dave Alvin will perform via webcast for the next American Strings event at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The concert is...
Soap Creek Artisans exhibit

Museum features works by Soap Creek Artisans

While taking down some pieces of her artwork off the walls at Sam’s Station in Corvallis, Soap Creek Valley artist Vicki Idema needed to...
Japanese American children

‘Righting a Wrong’ poster exhibit currently at Philomath Museum

The Philomath Museum is currently hosting the Smithsonian poster exhibition, “Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II.” The collection will remain in...
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