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Guitar en Route: Americana for Violin and Guitar

Featured artists: Andrew Elrich, violin and James Bishop-Edwards, guitar. Cameron, O'Connor, artistic director

Free. Seating is limited.

OSU students and employees who have complied with university COVID policy may enter with their current, valid OSU ID card. Others will need to provide proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test from within three days of performance. To be fully prepared for admission, please see specific details at


Nocturne.     Malinowski 

   Distilled Excelsior

 Big Sur Suite     Bishop-Edwards

         China Cove



         Kalisa’s Place

         Miller’s Cabin

         Point Lobos

 A Sleep, a Forgetting…     Jacobs

          (On an ode by Wordsworth)

 Three by Two     Heald

          Bossa Nova


          Vivace +

Andrew Ehrlich has concertized widely throughout the Northwest as a founding member of the chamber group fEAR no MUSIC and as concertmaster of the Portland Chamber Orchestra. He also served in the role of concertmaster for the Columbia Symphony, Sinfonia Concertante and the Siletz Bay Music Festival Orchestras and has performed as concert soloist for each of these orchestras.  Presently Andrew is on the faculty of the Community Music Center in Portland where he, for many years, was the director of the chamber music program.  His musical experience stretches beyond the classical realm. He founded the Klezmer group Hora Tziganye with Martin Morgenbesser, plays with The Carpathian-Pacific Express and leads his own band, Dr. Ehrlich and the Magic Bullets.

James Bishop-Edwards has been a performer, teacher, composer and recording artist for over 35 years. He has over twenty recordings to his credit, which feature his arrangements of American and European classics.  Six books of these arrangements have been published by Mel Bay Publications.  A few of his many performance credits include: featured artist at the La Guitarra California Festival, the Santa Barbara Arts Festival, Lost Mountain Guitar Festival, and soloist with the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra and Jefferson Baroque Orchestra. He has also worked in duo with vocalists, flutists, violinists, etc. and in collaboration with theatre and dance companies as composer/performer. He was head of the Guitar Department at Southern Oregon University in Ashland for several years, and previously on the faculty as Guitar Instructor at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo.

Friday, March 4, 2022 at 7:00pm

Community Hall, 303
Community Hall, 1650 SW Pioneer Place, Corvallis, OR 97331

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Academic, Art and Entertainment


Community Members, Faculty and Staff, Student, Alumni



College of Liberal Arts, School of Visual, Performing, and Design Arts
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Cameron O'Connor

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