Hunter Noack’s IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild™ at Fort Rock State Park

Coming Sunday, September 10 · 4 – 5:30pm PDT

 

Join us in Fort Rock, Oregon for Hunter Noack’s IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild™!

Our first (and long-awaited) Pie Social and “barn dance” at the Fort Rock Grange, featuring live music by Wampus Cat and then Hunter Noack!
  • Enjoy a visit to the Fort Rock Valley Historical Homestead Museum, a collection of original homestead era buildings including a church, school, houses, homestead cabins, and several other structures in a village setting and
  • Then, the IN A LANDSCAPE concert in the caldera up at Fort Rock State Natural Area with Hunter Noack.
Towering above the sagebrush desert, the Fort Rock caldera was once a volcano that erupted under an inland sea. Waves lapping against the rock created caves that housed a shoe ‘factory’ where anthropologist Luther Cressman discovered an ancient collection of sandals in 1938. Their ages range from about 10,400 to 9,100 years old, making Fort Rock sandals the oldest directly dated footwear in the world.
For the concert, be prepared to hike up rocky terrain with your chairs, picnic, and water to the site, where you will sit amidst sage brush and desert grasses, and be surrounded by towering basalt cliffs. This area can be hot and dusty so please come prepared to be in the high desert’s intense sunshine.
Founded in 2016 by classical pianist Hunter Noack, IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit outdoor concert series where  America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall.
A 9-foot Steinway grand piano travels on a flatbed trailer to State and National Parks, urban greenspaces, working ranches, farms, and  historical sites for classical music concerts that connect people with each landscape.
Your ticket purchase includes admission to the Museum, the concert, and the Pie Social and Dance.
About the event:   https://www.inalandscape.org/

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS: 
  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-a-landscape-fort-rock-state-park-tickets-662491428697

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