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Pre-concert Conversation with John Adams & Dover Quartet Musicians

Posted Aug 06, 2015 at 10:48 AM in Classical, General

2015 Brit Floyd Crowd.jpgOur pre-concert conversations before Classical Festival concerts are always informative and entertaining.

Jefferson Public Radio's Eric Teel spoke with John Adams and members of Dover Quartet. Read the full article

The 2015 Season Started Strong - June at Britt

Posted Jul 29, 2015 at 02:55 PM in Band Information, General, Pictures

2015 Brit Floyd Crowd.jpgThe 2015 season started a bit later than usual, but was filled to the brim with four amazing shows.

Photographer Al Case (Ashland Daily Photo) captured some memorable moments at the concerts. Read the full article

ACE Students Present Portland Cello Project

Posted Jun 15, 2015 at 02:00 PM in Behind The Scenes, Britt Institute, General, Pictures

2015 ACEs Present.jpgThe 2014-2015 Arts Career Exploration (ACE) Program came to a close on June 4 when the ACE students presented Portland Cello Project: Bach, Brubeck & Beck in the Performance Garden.

Proceeds from the student-produced concert benefitted Britt Education & Engagement Programs and Sparrow Clubs. Read the full article

2015 Fine Arts Poster Reception

Posted May 19, 2015 at 10:52 AM in Behind The Scenes, Britt Institute, General, Pictures, Reviews

2015Poster_small.jpgThe 2015 Britt Music & Arts Festival Poster was unveiled on Wednesday, May 13, during a special reception at Britt Pavillion. Featured artist, Sue Bennett, was honored and spoke about artistic inspiration for her original watercolor "Moon Music."

The 2015 poster is available for sale at the Britt offices in Medford: $35 for a signed poster and $25 for an unsigned poster. Read the full article

Brittilaria sculpture installed on the hill

Posted Apr 17, 2015 at 01:22 PM in General, Pictures

Brittilariablog-bloghome.jpgA new work by Jacksonville metal artist Cheryl Garcia has been installed on the Britt hill. Titled “Brittilaria,” the sculpture was inspired by the frittilaria flower that grows in the Jacksonville Woodlands. “Brittilaria” is located near the entrance to the Britt hill, next to the Performance Garden. The work is on a long-term loan to Britt from Dr. Sean Kevin Roden and Mrs. Sonya Kay Roden.    Read the full article