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Nordia House

Midwinter Revels Preview Performance

Join us for two preview events from the Portland Revel’s Midwinter Revels production.

Midwinter Revels Preview Performance
Midwinter Revels Preview Performance

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Nov 22, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Nordia House, 8800 SW Oleson Rd, Portland, OR 97223, USA

About

Midwinter Revels Open Rehearsal

Tuesday, October 15, 2024

7-8:30 pm

Nordia House

Cost:

Nordic Northwest Members: $5

General Admission: $10

Youth (12 and under): $5

Arts For All: $5

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Midwinter Revels Preview Performance

Friday, November 22, 2024

7-8:30 pm

Nordia House

Cost:

Nordic Northwest Members: $15

General Admission: $20

Youth (12 and under): $5

Arts For All: $5

REGISTER ➤

Join us for two preview events from the Portland Revel’s Midwinter Revels production. Each year the group selects a culture to feature and celebrate through their show, and this year they are reveling in Nordic culture! The show will feature the story of a girl, her grandfather and Odin himself!

October Open Rehearsal

Join us in listening to the group’s choral rehearsal. This is not a formal performance but a chance to see behind the scenes of how the music comes together.

November Preview Performance

This preview performance will include some of the music, discussion about the show, and a preview of the costumes and props. You’ll see a short scene from the show, as well as hear some musical snippets from the chorus and musicians.

About Portland Revels and the Midwinter Revels:

Portland Revels celebrates the seasons through song, dance, story and ritual of the past and present, creating community across generations and cultures.

The Midwinter Revels is steeped in traditions of song, dance, poetry and performance from a wide variety of cultures. Each year a cast of up to 70 come together to perform, including a multi-generational chorus, actors, musicians and dancers. There are specific Revels traditions that appear every year in each production, regardless of the culture that is being celebrated. These can include Morris dancing, a Mummer’s Play, Dona Nobis Pacem, Susan Cooper’s poem “The Shortest Day”, and Abbott’s Bromley Horn Dance, an ancient processional with roots dating back centuries.

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