Michael Kissinger – is a classical and jazz clarinetist, composer, and producer. He is Artistic Director of the Vancouver Wine & Jazz Festival. GRAMMY-winning jazz singer Diane Schuur says: “Michael is the best clarinetist I have ever worked with, and I’ve heard them all!”
The Bravo! Northwest Chamber Choir – ranges in experience from accomplished amateurs to professional singers. The Choir has toured with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra in Croatia and the Pacific Northwest and has released three CD’s: Hear My Prayer: The American Spiritual; George Handel’s Messiah – An Oratorio; and Mozart’s Requiem Mass.
Douglas Webster has appeared as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables on Broadway, national touring company, and regional theaters. As the Celebrant in Leonard Bernstein’s MASS, he has led over twenty productions, including those at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and at Paul VI Hall at The Vatican for Italian television.
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Pianist Maria Manzo – has performed with groups ranging in style from the Brubeck Brothers Jazz Quartet, Oregon String Quartet, and Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra. She is Founder of Bravo! Concerts Northwest and Director of the Bravo! Northwest Chorale.
Then Sing We All! is held in the Historic Old Madeleine Church, in the heart of Portland's Irvington District. Seating is General Admission. The acoustics in the Old Madeleine Church are superb, parking is free, seating is comfortable, and the music is fun. Please bring your family - and especially your children and grandchildren. Students age 18 and younger are FREE.
Music includes songs from:
All are welcome!
CONCERT ATTENDANCE COVID PROTOCOLS
We are not requiring masks for attending this concert, in alignment with Oregon and Washington state COVID policies. Face masks are not required and there are no restrictions for indoor or outdoor events and locations as of Sunday, March 20th, 2022.
In addition, COVID-19 vaccine proof is no longer a condition of entry as of Sunday, March 20th, 2022.
The Oregon Health Authority still recommends masking for people at higher risk from COVID-19, including unvaccinated people and immunocompromised people. Therefore, if you desire to wear a face mask at this concert, you are most welcome to do so.
We will continue to monitor State, and local guidance to update our policies as needed.
Please enjoy the music!