We've sponsored a wide variety of performances including traditional theatre, contemporary dance, classical music, and original works.  Check out some of our past works below.

An inspiring sacred music Masterclass with renowned composer Paul Jernberg, this was a weekend long experience featuring interactive demonstrations, lively discussions, and the chance to connect with new and exciting people. Open to singers and non-singers alike, this event provided the opportunity to be immersed in the beauty of sacred music and to learn from one of the most respected composers in the field.

An Evening in the Shire

Our first ever fundraiser event featuring live music, microbrews, sword fights, group dance, and merriment.  One of our most popular events to date, "Shire Night" is expected to become a staple on our calendar each year.

Photo Credit:  Fox Photography

A concert performance in collaboration with the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, The Music Project paired traditional and contemporary pieces with stories and statements designed to explore the unique role of music in the areas of mental well-being, healing, and education.

The Music Project

Dark was the Night

Our Indie Folk Band "Adventure Dirt Team" performing at the Emerald of Siam Thai restaurant.  This concert featured originals and covers, particularly a number off the Indie mix album "Dark was the Night".

A Christmas Festival of Carols

Our annual Christmas concert featuring Cor Unum children's choir, adult choir, and local musicians.  Repertoire varies from year to year, but always includes a variety of classical music along with traditional and folk Christmas songs both from here and abroad. 

Into the Light

Into the Light, an original piece blending classical music, memoir,  and education.  This performance addresses the dissonance between a compassionate community and the lack of public response in the face of sexual abuse.  

From Puccini to Louis Prima, this al fresco concert featured Italian Arias, film scores, and the best of Italian Swing.

Italian Night!

Jonathan Sims has been tasked with organizing the archives of the Magnus Institute. Sifting through stories of the supernatural and bizarre, he seeks to discover which accounts are true from those that are not...
Held on the outdoor garden stage, this immersive performance experience brought stories from the hit horror podcast series to life through acting and effects while the audience space was lit by torchlight.

The Magnus Archives

A pairing of historical love letters from 1946 performed live and underscored by a classical piano trio.

Life is Beautiful

John Cariani's "Almost, Maine" takes a close look at the struggles and genuine comedy of love.  Set in the tiny, fictional town of Almost, the show combines just a touch of magical realism into what is otherwise a series of strikingly human encounters.  The result is a fantastically witty, touching, and often times hilarious show. 

Almost, Maine

Suffer Up was the centerpiece to our June Showcase, a dance piece set to original music by Chris Powers that gives a whimsical yet powerful expression of the phases of life.  While directed by Annie Powers, this piece was a collaborative work and each of the dancers contributed to the final work.

Photo Credit:  Cameron Milton

Suffer Up

Dia de los muertos festival

The Dia De Los Muertos Festival was presented in collaboration with Tri-Cities Prep High School.  It featured a whole series of performances and events including Folkloric Dance, Ballet, and Various live music performances along with games, face painting, and food vendors.  The performances featured local and guest professionals along with high school and grade school students.

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