By Eugene Magazine

April 1

The Shedd Presents Masters of Hawaiian Music

Three slack key masters bring Hawai‘i’s unique folk styles, with origins in the early 19th century Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy) culture, to 21st century stages. The musicians grew up in rural areas where immersion from childhood in Hawaiian music and culture was both entertainment and education.

The Shedd Institute


April 1

First Friday ArtWalk

Pick up your ArtWalk guide at 5th Street Public Market (296 E 5th Ave, near the fountain by Provisions) and take a self-guided tour of galleries and art venues, sponsored by Eugene Symphony. The ArtWalk is a great opportunity to check out the works of local artists and local galleries. There will also be Latin social dancing and lessons, a scavenger hunt, and a showcase of up-cycled art from youth around the area. 

Lane Arts


April 1 & 2

Eugene Symphony presents: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  in Concert

Cars fly, trees fight back, and monsters are on the loose in Harry’s second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! This concert features the film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in high-definition, on a giant screen, while the Eugene Symphony Orchestra performs John Williams’ unforgettable score. Relive every magical moment as the music brings life to a story that has enchanted the world.

Hult Center


April 2

Oregon Mozart Player: Play It Forward

After an extended pandemic intermission, Oreon Mozart Players’ side-by-side with the Eugene-Springfield Youth Orchestras and Young Soloist Competition make their highly anticipated return to their new season. Oregon Mozart Players’s Sound Investment project also takes its maiden voyage with the premiere of a work by Los Angeles-based composer Juhi Bansal, conducted by Kelly Kuo. The music of Juhi Bansal weaves together themes celebrating musical and cultural diversity, nature and the environment, and strong female role models.

Oregon Mozart Players 


April 2

The Floydian Slips in Concert

The musical collective Floydian Slips will return to the McDonald Theatre for an evening of classic Pink Floyd rock music. Slipping quietly by 20 years of rare and singular performances, the Pacific Northwest musical collective known as The Floydian Slips continues to tear through the discography of classic Pink Floyd, performing a vast array of the iconic music composed by the British-rock band. Each Floydian Slips concert is different, with unique set lists and special effects.

McDonald Theatre


April 3 

Organ Recital by Barbara Baird

In celebration of her 40th year of service at First Congregational Church, Eugene, Barbara Baird will present an organ recital at 3 pm, April 3, 2022. Barbara has also been a member of the University of Oregon music faculty since 1988, teaching organ, harpsichord, and piano. An active recitalist since 1971, Baird has performed throughout the United States as well as Argentina, Brazil, Europe, and Australia.

First Congregational Church Eugene