Singing at the Oregon Festival of American Music
Lend your voice to some of the greatest American melodies at the Oregon Festival of American Music. Enjoy six concerts as a spectator, and take the stage during your own performance!
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Program No. 14989RJ
7 days
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At a Glance

The 26th annual Oregon Festival of American Music (OFAM) and Road Scholar Songsters chorus will celebrate the robust and resilient melodies of Broadway, Tin Pan Alley and Hollywood created during the 1920s through 50s. OFAM returns to a two-week format, and the Songsters will help kick it off by leading a public sing-along. With local experts, discuss the works of world-famous composers like Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer and more. And settle into your seats as you enjoy six different OFAM concerts, plus rehearsals and private guest presentations.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Program includes B-level seats to a combination of 6 evening and matinee concerts. You will select your own reserved seats and can upgrade to A-level seating.
  • A visit to the University of Oregon’s Natural History or Art museums lets you see the changing exhibitions and lovely campus.
  • Performing some of the most memorable classic melodies of the 20th century songbook canon.

General Notes

Ability to read music is preferred, but not necessary. Program includes B-level seats to 6 events, including 3 pre-selected events and an evening and 2 matinee concerts of your choice. Tickets for additional concerts are available at a 15-percent discount. Singing not for you? Check out Program #14988 Oregon Festival of American Music.
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