Join us for a special house concert featuring Delgani String Quartet to support arts education in Lane County schools. **SOLD OUT**

Take in the view of the McKenzie River, enjoy live classical music, and help us ensure that young people have access to artistic expression.

Sunday, August 18th, 2019, 2-4pm

Tickets to this intimate riverfront experience are $45 (plus $4.37 processing fee). During the event attendees will be welcomed to make a donation benefiting Lane Arts Council’s arts education programs. Hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer are included with your concert ticket.

This will truly be an event you don’t want to miss.




About Delgani String Quartet:

Considered “the state’s finest chamber ensemble” by Oregon Arts Watch, the Delgani String Quartet presents exciting performances of both classic and contemporary repertoire in intimate concert settings. The quartet curates their own subscription series in Portland, Salem, and Eugene while regularly appearing as guest artists throughout the state. Delgani has also performed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and at Charles University in Prague. Read more

About Lane Arts Council’s Arts Education Programs:

Lane Arts Council has been providing high-quality arts education in schools for over 40 years. We have a diverse roster of professional teaching artists who teach glass fusion, West African drum and dance, mural-painting, and more! Our programs help students learn new skills, deepen creative thinking and problem-solving, and build self-confidence. Your donation will help us reduce fees for low-income schools to participate in our programs. Thank you for making the impact of a lifetime by bringing creative expression to young people. Read more


Purchase tickets HERE, or call Lane Arts Council at 541-485-2278 to pay by check or over the phone. 

Limited availability – purchase your tickets today!

“When I make art it makes me feel like I’m in a different world. I feel like it’s a place where I won’t be judged because there is not bad art. All art is good, because it comes from the soul.” -5th grade student, Eugene