Festival Musical(s)
Festival Events Calendar
Monday Aug 1
6:00 pIt's De-Lovely
Thursday Aug 4
10:00 aBorn To Dance
4:30 pMovie Bios of Porter
7:30 pAll Of You
Friday Aug 5
10:00 aKiss Me, Kate
1:30 pJazz Transformations
2:30 pNow You Has Jazz
4:30 pAround The World w/ Porter
7:30 pCole Jazz
Saturday Aug 6
10:00 aYou're The Top! Marathon
2:30 pKiss Me, Kate
4:30 pRestoring Anything Goes
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Sunday Aug 7
2:30 pAnything Goes!
Tuesday Aug 9
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Wednesday Aug 10
10:00 aPanama Hattie
2:30 pLet's Do It!
4:30 pClassic Paris
7:30 pAnything Goes!
7:30 pPorter In Paris
Thursday Aug 11
10:00 aSilk Stockings
2:30 pI Get A Kick
4:30 pPorter As Balladeer
7:30 pClassic Porter
Friday Aug 12
10:00 aFilm: Can-Can
2:30 pYou're Sensational
4:30 pSong Styles
7:30 pAnything Goes!
Saturday Aug 13
7:30 pAll Through The Night
The Shedd Ticket Office
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Jaqua Concert Hall
Sheffer Recital Hall
Cole Gallery
Warren Court
Room B09
Shedd Ticket Office
Will Call desk

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Jazz Advisor Dick Hyman has long viewed opening night as the perfect opportunity to lay out the year's theme and this year's gala will be no exception! What we propose to explore over the next 10 days, as Dick put it some months back, are "the many faces of Cole Porter"…his elegance, his sophistication, his wit…and how well his music and lyrics carry into a variety of contexts, from the cabaret and music hall, to jazz (that form he so did not understand!) to the legitimate stage and almost classic form. Tonight, Dick takes on this theme in earnest with an overview of Porter's legendary catalog of songs featuring Tony-nominated vocalist Ann Hampton Callaway (in her first of 2 appearances), New York song & dance man Ty Stephens , and the Emerald City Jazz Kings' inimitable trio Shirley Andress, Julie Alsin and Vicki Brabham–all backed by his all-star Big Band! Also featured will be vibraphonist Peter Appleyard, trumpeter Randy Sandke, the great Frank Capp on drums sharing their own takes on classic Porter favorites. This superb company will cover it all, from "It's De-Lovely" and (of course!) "All of You" to "Too Darn Hot" and "Let's Misbehave", with such classics as "I've Got You Under My Skin", "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To", and "From This Moment On" filling in along the way!
Event Personnel
Ann Hampton Callaway, vocals
Julie Alsin, vocals
Shirley Andress, vocals
Ty Stephens, vocals
Dick Hyman, piano, director
Peter Appleyard, vibraphone
Frank Capp, percussion
Mike Denny, guitar
Doug Miller, bass
Sandke Randy, trumpet
 I've Got You Under My Skin
(1936) Born To Dance Cole Porter (w/m)
 Too Darn Hot
(1948) Kiss Me Kate Cole Porter (w/m)
 Ev’rything I Love
(1941) Let's Face It Cole Porter (w/m)
 By The Mississinewah
(1943) Cole Porter (w/m)
 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
(1943) Something To Shout About Cole Porter (w/m)
 It's De-Lovely
(1936) Red, Hot and Blue Cole Porter (w/m)
 I Love You
(1943) Cole Porter (w/m)
 Let's Do It
(1928) Paris Cole Porter (w/m)
 All Of You
(1955) Silk Stockings Cole Porter (w/m)
 I Concentrate On You
(1940) Broadway Melody of 1940 Cole Porter (w/m)
 What Is This Thing Called Love?
(1929) Wake Up And Dream! Cole Porter (w/m)
 It's All Right With Me
(1953) Can-Can Cole Porter (w/m)
 I Gaze In Your Eyes
(1986) Cole Porter (w) Ann Hampton Callaway (m)
 Cole Porter-esque Improvisation
(2005) Dick Hyman (m)

Ticket/Venue Info
All of You Ticket Prices
Discount Prices
AA42.00  35.75  33.75  31.50  21.00 
A34.00  29.00  27.25  25.50  17.00 
B26.00  22.25  21.00  19.50  13.00 
C18.00  15.50  14.50  13.50  9.00 
Silva Concert Hall
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
One Eugene Center
Eugene, Oregon
OFAM 2005 Title Sponsor