Chamber Music Amici
Chamber Music Amici was the first resident company of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, founded in 2009. With five core musicians, guest musicians as needed, a part-time staff, and dedicated community board members, our mission is to produce excellent, affordable chamber music concerts which appeal to all ages. In collaboration with the Springfield School District, Eugene School District 4J, the Emerald Art Center and the University of Oregon, we also aim to promote the development of a new generation of chamber music lovers.
More information about Chamber Music Amici can be found on their website www.chambermusicamici.org
Swing Shift Jazz Orchestra
Swing Shift is a Eugene, Ore.-based big band that features some of the Willamette Valley’s finest jazz musicians. It was formed in 1978 under the auspices of the city of Eugene’s Parks and Recreation Department as an outlet for interested players to rehearse and perform big band music.
The band has always had a strong educational emphasis. Many of its members are (or were) music educators or students. Performances and workshops for public schools and jazz festivals are regular events, and members are often adjudicators and/or clinicians.
For more information about Swing Shift, visit their web site www.ssjo.org
Rose Children's Theater
The mission of Rose Children’s Theatre is to strengthen our community by empowering children and their families through the experience of performing arts and the magic of theater.
For more information visit their website: www.rosechildrenstheater.org
Riverside Chamber Symphony
The Riverside Chamber Symphony is an ensemble of about 30 outstanding non-professional musicians from Eugene, Springfield, and Lane County, Oregon. The goal of the orchestra and choir is to provide a high quality experience in the study, practice, and performance of a variety of musical literature for advanced non-professional players in the region. Many of the participants have outstanding training and experience in orchestras throughout the world. The orchestra meets for three concert cycles per year, each for 8 to 10 weeks, culminating in performances at various sites.
More information available at their website riversidemusic.net