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Professor Gall opens the night for Eric Sterns' solo CD release show!

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From Eric:

Please come and celebrate with me the release of my solo album, "Stern Little Stories". I've enjoyed every moment of song crafting and recording and now it's like the big gypsy wedding at the end of the movie! Come dance! I'll be joined by musical luminaries of Portland and beyond and together we'll create an enchanting evening.

Eric Stern's Debut Album Release Party
Friday, November 30th
McMenamins Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97211

Professor Gall Opening!
Doors 7pm, Show 7:30 pm
$10adv/$12dos/
Free admission with purchase of CD ($15) until event sells-out
All ages
Food and bar available.
Ticket link-
sternlittlestories.brownpapertickets.com/
"Stern has found an exuberant and satisfying place where operatic vocal technique and popular idioms intersect while also exposing unlikely audiences to the visceral pleasures of a Bel Canto voice." ~ The NY Press

Let the cabaret revolution begin! Composer, multi-instrumentalist and consummate showman Eric Stern is the founder and leader of Vagabond Opera, composer of the critically acclaimed opera, Queen of Knives, and is an internationally renowned cabaret star of the Northwest. With a fresh and colorful imagination Stern brings a world to life with the release of his debut solo album Stern's Little Stories.



MUSIC STORES

 iTunes       Rhapsody       CD Baby       Lala       Pandora     


PRESS

"Professor Gall have lustily claimed the frayed top hat of the post-Waits debased Cascadian brass band from our dear departed Circus Contraption, and continue every time I see them to stomp and growl their way closer to being the best damn show in Portland."  Noah Mickens, Oregon Music News

"“Norman’s songs, which blend a mix of influences from klezmer to jazz and junkyard folk, are also unusually sweet and sincere.” Michael Mannheimer, Willamette Week"  Michael Mannheimer, Willamette Week

"“ With blaring horns and a sideshow barker's twisted way with words, there is a sinister carnival feel to Booze and Guilt (somewhere between Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes and Bikini Kill's ode to carnies and Mötley Crüe mirrors, "Carnival"), If a haunted midway is your thing, Professor Gall just made your day. If not, stay the hell out of the big top.“ Ezra Ace Caraeff, The Portland Mercury"  Ezra Ace Caraeff, The Portland Mercury


UPCOMING SHOWS

Mississippi Pizza Pub Portland, OR Sat Apr 19 14 09:00 PM  
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