Sweet Sounds Abound at Oregon Coast Music Festival Coos Bay – Coast Explorer Magazine

Sweet Sounds Abound at Oregon Coast Music Festival Coos Bay  Coast Explorer Magazine

The Oregon Coast Music Festival is the longest running music festival on the Oregon Coast and this summer marks its 41st season in Coos Bay, July 13-27.


Sweet Sounds Abound in Coos Bay at Oregon Coast Music Festival

Published: 06/11/2019

 

The Oregon Coast Music Festival returns to Coos Bay, July 13-27 for its 41st season.

The Oregon Coast Music Festival is the longest running music festival on the Oregon Coast and this summer marks its 41st season in Coos Bay, July 13-27. The 80-piece orchestra will play three awe-inspiring concerts at Marshfield High School Auditorium in Coos Bay. Additionally, the festival also offers open rehearsals, lectures and programs for children during the two-week schedule.

From classics by Mozart, Stravinsky and Brahms to Jazz at the Boathouse by Aaron Johnson Trio, these festival performances feature the talents of orchestra musicians throughout the Northwest and Canada. During the first week bands, quartets and solo performers can be seen playing at various venues throughout the town. Two outdoor concerts, played at Mingus Park on July 13 and Shore Acres State Park on July 20, are free and invite picnics, bare feet and dancing. Oregon Coast Music Festival is a small part of what Coos Bay has to offer. For more information about the festival or the best local recommendations for dining, shopping and attractions visit: Oregon’s Adventure Coast

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