The Emerald City Jazz Kings
The Shedd Institute's resident historic jazz & classic American Songbook ensemble is now in its 22nd season, offering 4 all-new programs each year in Eugene, Florence and Corvallis.
The Shedd Institute's classical music series, featuring both self-produced local and national artists. Shedd Classical touches on the full extent of the European art music tradition, with a special interest in the Americas and 20th c.
Shedd Theatricals offers full, live-orchestra productions of the best of classic Broadway from the 1940s-60s and the fun-loving, witty, and totally sparkling musical comedies of the 1920s and '30s.
The Magical Moombah!
The Shedd's Magical Moombah is a musical vaudeville for kids. Filled with skits, songs and contests, the Moombah is designed to introduce youngsters to the great songs that everyone should know.
of American Music
The Shedd's annual August classic Songbook festival, Oregon Festival of American Music features classic musical theatre, cabaret, and standards-based jazz.
Shedd Presents offers a fascinating mix of special projects by top local artists. It regularly premieres projects that subsequently become permanent ongoing features in the Shedd mix.
Now Hear This
The Now Hear This presents 30 to 40 concerts each year in a broad variety of genres from jazz and classical to bluegrass, world music and country, and more.
The Shedd Welcomes
Each year The Shedd Institute welcomes a wide range of concerts and special events presented by other community cultural, educational and social institutions.
Music School Home
The Shedd Institute's Community Music School offers year-round instruction through private lessons, classes, workshops and vacation camps in a broad variety of musical instruments, voice and dance and performance styles.
Private Lessons at The Shedd
Interested in private lessons? Over 40 Shedd faculty members offer private lessons in a variety of musical instruments, voice and dance and in different styles. All ages are welcome and lessons can begin any time.
Current Classes & Camps
Music and dance classes are offered on a term-by-term basis and most can be joined in-progress. Also don't miss our summer camps. Follow this link for a list of current and future terms.
Music School Faculty
The Shedd Community Music School's 40+ faculty members offer private lessons, workshops, and classes in a wide variety of musical genres and related genres. Follow this link to a listing of this term's active faculty.
Adult Auditions - October 14, 2017
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Now Hear This 2017-18
Now Hear This 2016-17
Now Hear This 2015-16
Now Hear This 2014-15
Now Hear This 2013-14
Now Hear This 2012-13
Now Hear This 2011-12
Now Hear This 2010-11
Now Hear This 2009-10
Now Hear This 2008-09
Now Hear This 2007-08
Now Hear This 2006-07
Now Hear This 2005-06
Now Hear This 2004-05
Now Hear This 2003-04
Now Hear This 2002-03
Now Hear This 2001-02
Preseting Festival Sponsor
Thursday, February 23, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
Main Floor, A2
Balcony Concert A2
The seats on Jaqua Concert Hall's main floor are are padded.
The Jaqua's balcony seats are excellent for their high quality sight lines and sound. The seats in the lower balcony are particularly noteworthy. All seating in the balcony are padded.
The Shedd Ticket Office
NHT 2011-12 Schedule
Frank Vignola Trio
Return to Forever IV
The Campbell Brothers
John Scofield Jazz Quartet
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Mark Hummel's Blues Harp Blowout
Tim Berne: Snakeoil
Nellie McKay: I Want To Live!
Masters of Hawaiian Music
Ungar/Mason Family Band
Keola Beamer & Raiatea
Jack DeJohnette with Chick Corea & Stanley Clarke
DeJohnette, Corea & Clarke
DeJohnette, Corea & Clarke
Carrie Rodriguez with Luke Jacobs
Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks
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