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 Folk, Jazz, Americana, Vintage Country, Opera, Dance & More...


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Carrie Newcomer with pianist Gary Walters
Friday, October 21 | 7:30 pm
$22 advance | $26 day of show


Singer + Songwriter. Carrie Newcomer has been praised as “a soaring songstress” by Billboard Magazine, a “prairie mystic” by the Boston Globe and Rolling Stone writes that “she asks all the right questions.” She has attracted a devoted following with her expressive voice, exquisite melodies, gifted songwriting, and an irreverent yet spiritual perspective. Newcomer’s compelling story-songs reach toward redemption while never shying away from the edge and rawness of human experience.


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Tony Starlight Celebrates the Arts

Benefit Concert for the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment

Saturday, October 29 | 7:30 pm

$35 general admission | $100 premium


Variety Show. With equal doses of music and comedy, Tony and his band perform tributes to such iconic singers as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett and many more.


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Premium tickets include a gourmet pre-show reception with Tony Starlight and Endowment Award recipients at 6 pm, including heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine, as well as reserved seating in the first five rows. One premium ticket holder will receive two tickets to the Tony Starlight Showroom in Portland. Premium tickets are limited and will sell quickly.

At this special benefit performance, 100% of your ticket price goes to the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment created to provide long-term funding for arts and culture in the community.


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Robbie Fulks
Friday, November 4 | 7:30 pm
$18 advance | $22 day of show


Folk, Bluegrass, Vintage Country. Hailed as “one of the most observant and wry songwriters of the past two decades” (Rolling Stone), Robbie Fulks’ new album, Upland Stories is garnering some of the most effusive reviews of his long, impressive career. Fulks’s richly emotional storytelling is illuminated by his instrumental prowess and emotional voice. As a musician whose picking is as sharp as his wit, take it from Tina Fey: “Fulks is an alt-country genius.”


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Correo Aereo
Friday, November 18 | 7:30 pm
$18 advance | $22 day of show | $10 Senior

Traditional and Modern Latin. Correo Aereo (Spanish for 'Air Mail') is an award winning multi-instrumental and vocal Latin/World music duo from Seattle. Together, Abel Rocha and Madeleine Sosin combine string and percussive instruments to create rich poly-rhythmic music that is also fiery, haunting and joyful. Abel sings and plays harp, guitar and cuatro. Madeleine sings and plays violin, maracas, bombo and jarana. Performing traditional music of Venezuela, Argentina and Mexico, the duo combines a stunning array of string and percussive instruments with silken, unforgettable vocal harmonies.


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Hansel and Gretel

Portland Opera

Saturday, December 3 | 2 pm | Matinee

$5 suggested donation | Recommended ages: 6 & up

No advance sales for this event (walk-up only)

Family-Friendly Opera. Portland Opera To Go returns to the Walters for a special performance of the English-language adaptation of Engelbert Humperdinck’s classic fairytale opera, Hansel and Gretel. One of the all-time favorite children’s stories, this lively, one-hour opera is the classic tale we all know: the curious brother and sister, the witch, and a house made of gingerbread . . . This colorful, accessible production is just right to introduce the kids in your life (or yourself) to the wonderful world of opera.


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The Sojourners
Friday, December 9 | 7:30 pm
$22 advance | $26 day of show

Roots Gospel. This is real gospel—stirring, uplifting and inspiring music with a raw, bluesy edge. The Sojourners don’t sing about some removed perfect place or any distant plains of glory, yet their music has the power to soothe the hurts brought by modern life. These powerhouse musicians from Vancouver, Canada, weave together echoes of doo wop, R&B, country, blues, and the American civil rights movement to create a unique music that reminds us that music is often what illuminates the journey from darkness to light.


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Oregon Mandolin Orchestra
Holiday Concert
Friday, December 16 | 7:30 pm
$18 advance | $22 day of show

Classical/Bluegrass. The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra gives eclectic and unique performances that highlight the historically-rich and dynamic sounds of the mandolin family and revive the beauty and popular impact of this turn-of-the-century art form. This community orchestra’s concerts are fun for the whole family. Holiday program will include classic Christmas favorites by Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky and Corelli. Special guests, Dan Lowinger, Rusty Blake, Tommy Chiffon and Chris Kee will join Brian Oberlin as the Western Swing Band, the Swinging Doors.


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Craig Carothers
Friday, January 27 | 7:30 pm
$15 advance | $20 day of show

Singer-Songwriter. Walters favorite, Craig Carothers’ began his career in Portland and over the decades his music and performances have been described as “truly magical.” Audiences can expect a showcase of original music – from any-one of his ten released albums – and his equally entertaining personality, humor and riveting storytelling to have audiences jumping to their feet for an encore (or two or three). Don’t miss the moving and melodic compositions of this Nashville based, home-grown songwriter.


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Annalisa Tornfelt
Friday, February 10 | 7:30 pm
$15 advance | $20 day of show

Vintage Country, Folk. Best known as the singer and fiddler player for the roots-folk band Black Prairie (started by members of the Decemberists), Annalisa Tornfelt’s solo work is beautiful and stirring in its own right. Tornfelt’s stunning singing and presence, reminiscent of Gillian Welch or Nora Jones, make her an important new voice in the region. Along with her talented sisters, Tornfelt presents an evening of original folk and vintage country music that may just carry you away.


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The Roots of Hip Hop
Rainbow Dance Theatre

Friday, February 24 | 7:30 pm
$5 advance | $10 day of show

Dance, Hip-Hop, Family Friendly. This group of virtuoso dancers transforms the stage into a world of mystery, pathos and humor. Their repertoire features modern works with roots in the traditions of many world cultures. The Roots of Hip Hop takes audiences on an exciting and high-energy adventure that traces the popular urban African-American dance style of Hip Hop back to its roots in African dancing and drumming and celebrates the rich cultural heritage of today’s African-American community. This program is specifically designed to appeal to all ages.


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Quebe Sisters
Friday, March 17 | 7:30 pm
$22 advance | $26 day of show

Americana, Texas Fiddle. The Quebe Sisters—who have shared the stage with luminaries from Willie Nelson and Amos Lee—are fiddling virtuosos who were steeped in traditional Texas style fiddle since an early age. These three sisters from Dallas sing gorgeous, “mesmerizing” (Washington Post) three-part harmonies and authentic, Americana music from the heart willing them legions of fans and admirers. “The Quebe Sisters stopped me in my tracks . . . man can they play.” – Jimmy Buffett.


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Pacific Crest Jazz Combo
Friday, April 7 | 7:30 pm
$15 advance | $20 day of show
$10 Student (with ID)/Senior

Jazz. Join us in celebrating National Jazz Appreciation month, and the incredible artistry of this group who joins the Walters after performances at The Monterey Jazz Festival and the Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington Festival. With a sound that defies their years, these young, talented Portland Jazz musicians are winning the nation’s highest accolades in the world jazz, led by legendary director and trumpeter Thara Memory. Discover why, after seeing them live, Wynton Marsallis proclaimed this group “takes it to another level . . . I didn’t believe it, but I saw it.” The combo is a group of select members of The American Music Program’s Pacific Crest Jazz Orchestra—extraordinary musicians who are “playing with swagger and precision and soul.” (Dave Miller, OPB).


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Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Friday, April 21 | 7:30 pm
$28 advance | $34 day of show

Celtic. Recognized as “one of Scotland’s most valued tradition-bearers,” by BBC Radio Scotland, Alasdair Fraser is widely regarded as a master performer. His richly expressive playing transports listeners across a broad musical spectrum, ranging from haunting laments from the Gaelic tradition to classically-styled airs to rollicking dance tunes. Cellist Natalie Haas is regarded as one of the most sought-after cellists in Celtic music today. Together, these powerful musicians bring dynamic and lovely performances that move audiences.


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A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Anjali Dance School

Saturday, May 13 | 2 pm | Matinee
$10 advance | $15 day of show

Indian Dance, Family-Friendly. “Anjali’s “Midsummer Night” is gorgeous to look at, from its rich temple-inspired costumes to the architectural snap of its precise group formations, which suggest a singularity of movement and purpose” (Oregon Arts Watch). This exciting production brings Shakespeare’s enchanting tale of fairies and bumbling, star-crossed lovers to the stage in a fresh new light. Through classical and modern Indian dance and music—including Bollywood songs—and a sprinkling of Beethoven and hip-hop, this production brings pure magic to Walters audiences of all ages


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Edna Vazquez
Friday, May 19 | 7:30 pm
$15 advance | $20 day of show


Acoustic Latin, Singer + Songwriter. Edna Vasquez performs a special evening of original compositions that pay homage to her many Latin American influences. Universal in their emotional reach, Vazquez’ songs showcase an impressive vocal range and ability to stir and lift her audiences. Her genre-bending creativity in songwriting seamlessly weaves traditional music with a modern sensibility. A beloved Northwest artist with a growing national following, Vazquez performs with true grace and passion, and her live performances showcase her undeniable magnetism as a performer.


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  Past 2016-17 Concerts

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Skybound Blue

Friday, September 23 | 7:30 pm

$15 advance / $20 day-of show


Americana. Skybound Blue opens the season with Americana at its finest—the dig-deep-and-tell-the-story-in-your-bones kind. Skybound Blue’s beautiful harmony-driven sound feels intimate and familiar. Jenny and Matt Behnke own the stage with chemistry and authenticity, and Jenny’s stunning vocals are reminiscent of Patty Griffin with a Northwest influence. They have created a devoted following of fans who crave that rare and magical combination of sincere connection, inspired presence, and exceptional music.

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Acoustic Guitar Summit
Featuring Mark Hanson, Terry Robb and Doug Smith
Friday, October 7 | 7:30 pm
$18 advance |$22 day of show

Fingerstyle Guitar. Grammy Award winners Doug Smith and Mark Hanson join Oregon Music Hall of Fame member Terry Robb for an evening of Blues, Jazz, Hawaiian slack key, and more. Three of the most revered guitarists in the region, AGS performances continue to enthrall audiences—a result of the fantastic camaraderie that comes with over 20 years of performing together. Returning to the Walters, AGS promises a dynamic performance of fingerstyle guitar at its finest.



Concert concessions available from Longbottom Coffee & Tea
With special thanks to our season sponsor, The Orenco Hotel
 The Orenco Hotel


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