Musical Offerings are made by amateur musicians to our community
every Saturday in the Atrium Building courtyard from
2-3 pm.
You are invited to drop by and share with us, in one of the most
acoustically friendly venues in our city, at no charge!

July 11, 2015 Bassoon Quartet
The Uncalled Four
July 18, 2015 Traditional music of Indonesia
Gamelan Sari Pandhawa
July 25, 2015 Acoustic Blues
Blue Crew
August 1, 2015
Traditional 60's Folk Music
The New Folksters
August 8, 2015 String Trio Sonatas
Chameleon quartet
August 15, 2015 Woodwind Quintet Music
Fifth Element Quintet
August 22, 2015

August 29, 2015 Eugene Celebration
September 5, 2015
woodwind chamber music
Annalisa Morton and Friends
September 12, 2015 La Serva Padrona Cascadia Concert Opera
September 19, 2015 Telemann for Two
A Due
September 26, 2015

October 3, 2015

October 10, 2015
October 17, 2015 Italian Music of the 17th Century
Ensemble Primo Seicento
October 24, 2015 Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord
Sine Nomine Ensemble
October 31, 2015 Bassoon Quartets
the Uncalled Four
November 7, 2015
Middle East & Mediterranean
November 14, 2015 A Cappella Music
Clefs of Insanity
November 21, 2015 Americana
Front Porch Players
November 28, 2015 Celtic Music Linda Danielson & Janet Naylor
December 5, 2015
Americana Music
Sorrel Way Jam
December 12, 2015 Songs for the Holiday
Eugene Gleemen
December 19, 2015 Holiday Program
Oregon Tuba Ensemble
December 26, 2015 Boxing Day

Atrium Building Courtyard - Map to the Atrium
10th Avenue & Olive Street (same intersection as the city library)
and conveniently located across from the LTD bus station!

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A picture from the June 14, 2008 concert; Richard Guy at his new harpsichord!

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What is the meaning of "amateur"?
Translated from its French origin to the English "lover of", the term "amateur" reflects a voluntary motivation to work as a result of personal passion for a particular activity.  As with any construct, amateurism can be seen in both a negative and positive light. Since amateurs often do not have extensive training, amateur work can sometimes be seen as sub-par.  However, the lack of financial recompense can also be seen as a sign of commitment to an activity.  Pursuing amateur activities to the same standards as professionals is sometimes referred to as professional amateurism; I have no doubt that you will find that the members of the Emerald Chamber Players are without doubt professional amateurs!

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