Scene and Heard

Fru Skagerrak

Most of us rarely take the time to sample the tasty cornucopia of sounds and rhythms from around the world. We’re really missing out, too. Haven’t you stumbled upon some kind of international music — maybe a Celtic festival or an African music concert — where it really opens your[Read More…]

Nashville’s loss is Lane County’s gain

COTTAGE GROVE – There’s no denying that Brian James is one passionate dude. It’s etched across his face during every song he performs, and it shines through with his brand of music, which is mostly old-style blues and soul with a new twist. He’s one of the area’s best showmen,[Read More…]

Versatility on display – Piano Den students show versatility in spring recital

Sixteen students of Dave Stram’s Piano Den studio performed their Spring Recital on June 2. From left, back: Austin Gordon, Isaac Pinkham, Grant Marshall, Kimberlee Kelsey, Grace Perdue, piano teacher Dave Stram; middle: Sarah Campbell, Khloe Seeley, Truman Derminer, James Rose; front: Phoebe Knudsen, Olivia Knudsen, Allie Marshall, Audriahna Jones,[Read More…]

Another winning piece of art

Erin Tierney/The Creswell Chronicle Little Dalia Burgren, 4, was not pictured in a spread with the winners of The Chronicle’s Spring Coloring Contest a few weeks back, but later stopped in with a smile to claim her prize. With over 40 entries, Dalia and five other artists in three age[Read More…]

Two piano students earn ‘distinctive’ honor

Katie Culp of Creswell, recently passed the highest student level of piano study testing. PHOTO PROVIDED/ALESHA CULP Two local piano students recently passed the highest level, Level 10, with Distinction during the Oregon Music Teachers’ Association Spring Syllabus Testing Program, held April 27-28 and May 5. They were among more[Read More…]



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