March 8 – Nobuntu
March 12 – The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra
April 13 – Lea Salonga
April 15 – Oregon Symphony: Be As Water
April 18 – DakhaBrakha
May 3 – Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana
May 14 – Mariachi Garibaldi De Jaime Cuéllar
May 22 – Kenny Endo
June 4 – Okee Dokee Brothers and Sonia De Los Santos
The Reser will also host numerous visiting presenters from across the metro area, including many arts and culture presenters and nonprofits. A complete list of performances can be found here: thereser.org/shows-and-events. For further details, continue to check The Reser’s website: theeser.org.
Out of an abundance of caution, The Reser has implemented strict preventative policies. For entry, all ticket holders are required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a medically administered negative test taken within 72 hours prior to the performance. In accordance with state and local guidelines, face masks are required for entry and must be worn at all times, except for eating and drinking. The Reser has improved air circulation and filtration across all spaces, with hand sanitizing stations positioned throughout the center.
The Reser’s design and construction team includes Skanska USA Building Inc., Gerding Edlen and OPSIS Architecture.
About the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts
The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (“The Reser”) unites artists, enthusiasts, individuals and communities, linking each with a sense of shared purpose and a touch of the sublime. The Reser is the cultural heart of a flourishing community centered in Beaverton, Ore. It continuously enhances the cultural life of the region, bringing people together in a space that’s warm and welcoming, and where the art presented invites discovery, wonder and flights of imagination. The center eliminates barriers and thrives on access, shared experience and open hearts. The Reser honors the cultures and customs of its diverse community and, using the awesome power of the arts, creates opportunities for deeper understanding and authentic connections between people. For more information, please visit: https://thereser.org/.
The Reser Visiting Presenters will include the art organizations listed below:
BodyVox and Chamber Music Northwest
Akropolis Reed Quintet & BodyVox: NINETEEN • TWENTY
Portland Baroque Orchestra, Voices out of the Darkness: Bach Cantatas
Portland Gay Men’s Choir, Learn to Fly
Kalakendra Presents, An Evening of Indian Classical Instrumental Music TRIVENI with Zakir Hussain, Jayanthi Kumaresh and Kala Ramnath.
White Bird, White Bird Presents Versa-Style Dance Company
Beaverton Symphony Orchestra
Chamber Music Mashup
PDX Jazz, John Scofield’s “Yankee Go Home”
Friends of Chamber Music, Tambuco Percussion Ensemble
ISing Choir , Stuck in the Americas
Portland Piano International, Sublime; Never Ridiculous—Magical piano sonatas of Franz Schubert with Paul Lewis
Portland Piano International, Americana! Dramatic piano classics and a Wizard of Oz fantasy with Jon Kimura Parker
The Immigrant Story, I am an American
Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Steven Byess, conductor, Rainer Eudekis, cello
Portland Youth Philharmonic, Camerata with piano soloist
Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Origins
Portland Chamber Orchestra, Celilo Falls: We Were There
Beaverton Community Band, Our National Pastime
Chamber Music NW