Irish Rambling House
This show was rescheduled from the original March 16, 2020 to March 18, 2022. All tickets to the previous date are automatically transferred to the new date.
This event was rescheduled from March 16, 2020 and March 19, 2021. Please note: all tickets have been transferred to the new date of March 18, 2022. Please reach out to the Box Office with any questions email@example.com or 541-317-0700.
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With Oregon lifting the indoor mask mandate on March 12, the Tower has removed mandatory mask wearing along with vaccination/negative COVID test verifications for entry. Patrons, staff, crew, volunteers and performers may continue wearing masks at their personal discretion.
The Tower will offers complimentary masks. We recommend high-risk individuals wear them, including those:
- 65 and older with underlying health conditions
- Living with people at high risk
Visit our COVID 19 Updates section of our website for full details.
Tickets: Reserved Seating $27 - $47 (plus $3 historic preservation fee)
Rambling House melds the heart of Celtic and American folk music with the discipline and sophistication of Baroque music under the direction of Grammy-winning guitarist William Coulter and former Stevie Wonder Band collaborator Edwin Huizinga. Soprano Amanda Powell, of Apollo's Fire notoriety, sings with untethered joy. This presentation of music is accented with the percussive brilliance of modern Irish step dancing as choreographed by Riverdance veterans Brandon Asazawa and Alyssa Reichert. Brian Bigley, uilleann pipes, and Kristen Capp Bigley, violin are the producers of this show and A Celtic Christmas, which performed to about 1,000 people last December at the Medina PAC.
In Ireland, the neighbors would pick a house to ramble to in the evenings to share music, dance, and story. It was these settings that bore their humor, charm, and a sense of community and togetherness which is what Rambling House exemplifies. It is a joyful culture that’s rich in spirit and warmth - like a steaming hot mug of Irish Coffee in a neighbor's warm kitchen.