Satori - Moving Forward

Satori – Moving Forward
Concert and Fundraising Event
Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 7:30 pm
Portland Central, 1820 NE 21st Avenue
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PORTLAND, ORJoin Satori Men’s Chorus for their June 1st concert and fundraising event, “Satori – Moving Forward” featuring a wide-ranging, funtastic mix of musical entertainment. This family-friendly concert, under the direction of Susan Dorn, with accompaniment by Ben Milstein, will be held at Portland Central (Central Lutheran Church) in Portland.
 
In celebration of their 25th Anniversary Season, Satori Men’s Chorus offers a musical extravaganza unlike anything before – with songs showing a new side of Satori. The chorus is “Moving Forward” into new directions with their music; spotlighting new arrangements of familiar melodies and showcasing new styles of music. It’s Satori Men’s Chorus like you’ve never experienced it!  Plan on being a part of the song-filled Satori-thon!
 
A highlight of the evening will be the premiere of an exclusive arrangement for Satori Men’s Chorus. Mark Hayes, an internationally known and award-winning composer, arranger, concert pianist and conductor, has done a special arrangement of “Look to the Rainbow” in honor of Satori’s 25th Anniversary. The song is a perfect rendition of the spirit of Satori, aiming toward new horizons by following our dreams.
 
Funds raised from this event supports Satori Men’s Chorus’ mission of “men expressing joy and peace through choral music” and will allow Satori to fund its upcoming season, covering expenses and allow for activities such as outreach concerts, education, and much more. Be there to win a weekend getaway to the coast or the mountains, tickets for sporting events, unique experiences or some other mystery surprises … and only available to some very lucky concert-goers. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the concert for $5.00 each.
 
Concert Tickets Available at the Door – Adults:  $15 – Youth (ages 6 thru 15):  $7 – Children under 5:  Free
No one is ever turned away for lack of funds