Congratulations to the 2018 Performance Grant Winners!

Congratulations to the 2018 Performance Grant Winners!

The 2018 WPA Performance Grant cycle brought a record number of applicants, exciting and diverse concerts to consider, and many wonderful programs to anticipate throughout the years of 2019 and 2020! As in the past, the strongest applicants programmed works by more...
Linda Luebke Strings Festival & Meira Warshauer

Linda Luebke Strings Festival & Meira Warshauer

This weekend (September 29-30) is the 2018 Linda Luebke Strings Festival in Terre Haute, Indiana.  The Festival offers a unique experience for strings students to grow in their musicianship through small ensemble experience, music theory, dance, composition,...
Announcing WPA Performance Grant Winners!

Announcing WPA Performance Grant Winners!

Congratulations to our latest round of Performance Grant winners! Since establishing Performance Grants in 2012 each cycle has seen a larger number of applicants and a greater diversity of programming.  The strongest applications were for plans to perform works by...
Willamette Falls Plays Wittry

Willamette Falls Plays Wittry

This Sunday, June 4, the Willamette Falls Symphony in Oregon City, Oregon will perform Mist by Diane Wittry.  The ensemble, which is lead by Dr. Mark Perlman, is a nonprofit community orchestra, and we are delighted to support this performance with a WPA Performance...

Congratulations to WPA Performance Grant Winners!

Since establishing our Performance Grants in 2012 we have been delighted with the ever growing enthusiasm and innovativeness of each application.  As we continue to reach out to new ensembles, the WPA Board of Directors agreed last year to begin offering the grants...
New Music this Weekend

New Music this Weekend

More great music is happening this weekend, and we are thrilled to be able to support both the North/South Chamber Orchestra and the Willamette Falls Symphony with Performance Grants for their outstanding work!  On Sunday, February 19, both ensembles will hold...