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MUSIC / Peabody Trio
8 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, Lincoln Performance Hall, Portland State University
Friends of Chamber Music presents the Peabody Trio. Pianist Seth Knopp, cellist Natasha Brofsky and violinist Violaine Melancon are equally adept at lively interpretations of classics by the likes of Beethoven and Ravel, as well as the works of contemporary composers such as Leon Kirchner.
1620 S.W. Park Ave., 503-725-3307, $27 (student discount available); also available through Ticketmaster (503-224-4400), subject to service charges
ART / Sally Cleveland
Opens Thursday, April 3, through Saturday, April 26, Augen Gallery
Sally Cleveland is considered one of the Northwest's most respected landscape painters. In her recent work, she turns from traditional landscape subjects to what she calls the 'bones and gristle' of the built environment. In 'Cityscapes and Landscapes' she explores the rougher fringes and textures of Portland's industrial architecture.
817 S.W. Second Ave., 503-224-8182, free
MUSIC / Adrian Legg
8 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, Portland Art Museum Music Stage
British musician Adrian Legg is known for his comic chops, but it's his acoustic guitar playing that really has audiences and critics smiling. Named 'guitarist of the decade' by Britain's Guitarist magazine, Legg tours in support of his new CD, 'Guitar Bones.'
1119 S.W. Park Ave., 503-226-0973, $18-$20
DANCE / 'Perpetual Motion'
8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 5, and Sunday, April 6, Conduit Dance Studio
A trio of young choreographers present new pieces to the sounds of DJ Rundown. Rachel Wilsey and Siiri Sampson explore manipulated lighting environments; Paige Krause uses the dance floor to reinterpret journal entries.
918 S.W. Yamhill St., Suite 401, 503-221-5857, $8-$10