Paul Schledwitz in honor of Marshall Lopez
Siri Mix
Sat, Apr 5, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Were it not for its relative obscurity, we might have co-opted the title of the late-90s musical and called Siri Mix “The Last 5 Years.” Five years ago I asked The Shedd and, as a shot in the dark, I offered to perform an evening of Kurt Weill songs. I had a sincere urge to share with our community this edgy, heartbreaking, provocative music theater, work which I’d been so fascinated by as a young opera singer.
It has been a great joy to discover a partner in The Shedd, in sharing and connecting the audience to music of such varied origin and era. The years since have led me down a road of discovery -- new repertoire, collaboration with such gifted musicians, the art and craft of American standards, and encountering in such a deep way the history of artists. Our work has led me so much further down the path of, essentially, serving the song.
Siri Mix is really a look back at musical moments with The Shedd from 2009-2014, moments that were for me meaningful, sublime, funny, and utterly joy-filled. Together these moments make a pretty darn eclectic mix: old swing, rhumba from Martinique, German theatremusik, tango, Piaf and Brel chanson, and a few gems honoring the artistry of Lorenz Hart and Billie Holiday. I have some incredibly talented colleagues to perform alongside, to boot: Dario LaPoma, piano Tyler Abbot, bass; Adam Carlson, drums; Lily Manis, Violin, and bandleader Jesse Cloninger, reeds. I’m truly thrilled to resurrect these songs, so colorful and full of atmosphere!
Another thing---looking back, and looking forward: perhaps fitting, as this show is a reflection of sorts, Siri Mix will be filmed. This show is the first to be filmed with the aim of exposing the work and the musical and cultural connections we create via Shedd Presents. I’m pleased that you will share in that. -- Siri Vik
Siri Mix is offered in Jaqua cabaret configuration with a bar on the main floor. All seats are reserved. Gold circle tabled seating on the main floor is $32; balcony & rear main rear seating is $24. Youth under 21 are restricted to the balcony and are admitted at $16.
Event Personnel
Siri Vik, vocals
Jesse Cloninger, reeds, band leader
Tyler Abbott, bass
Dario LaPoma, piano
Scenes & Musical Numbers
 It's De-Lovely
(1936) Red, Hot and Blue
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Ridin' High
(1936) Red, Hot and Blue
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Ten Cents A Dance
(1930) Simple Simon
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
 I Concentrate On You
(1940) Broadway Melody of 1940
Words & music by Cole Porter
 La Mer
Words by Charles Trénet - Music by Charles Trénet, Léo Chauliac
 Le Tango Stupéfiant
Words by Phillipe Olive, Henry Cor - Music by Ralph Carcel
Words & music by Maïotte Almaby
 Spring Is Here
(1938) I Married An Angel
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
 Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
(1944) Seven Lively Arts
Words & music by Cole Porter
 There's A Small Hotel
(1935) On Your Toes
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
(1927) Mahagonny-Songspiel
Words by Bertolt Brecht - Music by Kurt Weill
 Surabaya Johnny
(1929) Happy End
Words by Bertolt Brecht - Music by Kurt Weill
 Mack the Knife
(1928) The Threepenny Opera (Die Dreigroschenoper)
Words by Bertolt Brecht (ge), Marc Blitzstein (en) - Music by Kurt Weill
 There'll Be Some Changes Made
Words by Billy Higgins - Music by Benton Overstreet
 Swing, Brother, Swing
Words by Clarence Williams - Music by Lewis Raymond, Walter Bishop
 I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone
Words & music by Buddy Johnson
 Padam Padam
Words by Henri Contet - Music by Norbert Glanzberg
 Au suivant
Words & music by Jacques Brel
 Ne me quitte pas
Words & music by Jacques Brel
 La Vie en rose
Words by Édith Piaf, Mack David - Music by Louiguy
 La Valse à mille temps
Words & music by Jacques Brel
 The Lady Is A Tramp
(1937) Babes In Arms
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Maïotte Almaby, -
Walter Bishop, 1905-1984
Marc Blitzstein, 1905-1964
Bertolt Brecht, 1898-1956
Jacques Brel, 1929-1978
Ralph Carcel, -
Léo Chauliac, -
Henri Contet, 1904-1998
Henry Cor, -
Mack David, 1912-1993
Norbert Glanzberg, 1910-2001
Lorenz Hart, 1895-1943
Billy Higgins, -
Buddy Johnson, 1915-1977
Louiguy, 1916-1991
Phillipe Olive, -
Benton Overstreet, -
Édith Piaf, 1915-1963
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Lewis Raymond, 1908-1966
Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979
Charles Trénet, 1913-2001
Kurt Weill, 1900-1950
Clarence Williams, 1898-1965
Associate Events
Saturday Apr 5
6:00 pmPre-concert Dinner
Ticket/Venue Info
Siri Mix Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20% 
Gold32.00  29.00  27.25  25.75  -  
Red24.00  21.75  20.50  19.25  -  
Youth16.00  -   -   -   -  
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
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