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Gallery 2010: Concerts

  • Nov 27, 2010
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Venues

  • Nov 26, 2010

Interactive Map

Eugene Map

Directions to OBF locations

Eugene

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

7th Avenue and Willamette Street (map) Silva Concert Hall Soreng Theatre The Studio

Beall Concert Hall (UO School of Music and Dance)

17th and Alder Street (map)

Central Lutheran Church

1857 Potter Street (map)

First United Methodist Church

1376 Olive Street (map)

Corvallis

LaSells Stewart Center

875 SW 26th Street (map)

Florence

Florence Events Center

715 Quince Street (map)

Portland

Newmark Theatre

1111 SW Broadway (map)

First Baptist Church

909 SW 11th Ave (map)

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

147 NW 19th Avenue (map) read more

Plan Your Visit: Lodging Suggestions

  • Nov 26, 2010
Valley River Inn Riverside views, elegant restaurant, pool, walking and biking trails, special Bach packages. The official hotel of the OBF. 1000 Valley River Way (800) 543-8266 Inn at the Fifth A Very Special Boutique Hotel located at 5th Street Public Market. Centrally located near the concerts, just two blocks to the Hult Center and 1.5 miles to UO. Fireplaces, soaking tubs, hosted wine tasting. Eugene’s newest hotel. Be sure to ask about the Bach Suite! 205 E. 6th Ave. (855) 446-6285 The Campbell House A city inn, lovingly restored in the tradition of a small European hotel. Close to the Hult Center and parks along the Willamette River. 252... read more

Plan Your Visit: Getting Around

  • Nov 26, 2010
Getting to Eugene The Eugene Airport (541) 682-5430 The Eugene Airport is a modern facility that serves more than 750,000 air travelers annually. Daily non-stop service includes Denver, Las Vegas, Portland, San Francisco and Seattle from these carriers: Alaska/Horizon Airlines (800) 547-9308 (U.S. & Canada) Allegiant Air (702) 505-8888 Delta Connection (800) 221-1212 (U.S. & Canada) Frontier (800) 432-1359 United/United Express (800) 241-6522 (U.S. & Canada) Amtrak (800) 872-7245 (U.S. & Canada) Amtrak passenger trains serve the Eugene/Springfield area. Unique Euro-style Amtrak Cascades "tilt" trains are featured on the Vancouver, Canada to Eugene route. Amtrak's deluxe Coast Starlight train continues south from Eugene to Los Angeles. Getting around Eugene Lane Transit District (541) 687-5555 During your stay, you'll find that... read more

Plan Your Visit: Attractions

  • Nov 26, 2010
Art and the Vineyard The Pacific Northwest's Premier Art & Wine Festival, annually on July 4th weekend. Alton Baker Park, Eugene Chamber Music @ Beall International artists perform in the exquisite acoustics of the UO's Beall Concert Hall, produced jointly by the Oregon Bach Festival and the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance. Beall Hall, UO campus, Eugene (541) 346-5678 Fifth Street Public Market Within the walls of the Historic Fifth Street Public Market you'll find a colorful collection of shops, restaurants, and an artisan gallery room. 296 East Fifth Avenue, Eugene (541) 484-0383 Hult Center for the Performing Arts Atmospheric location of OBF concerts, and home of the Jacobs... read more

Plan Your Visit: Restaurants

  • Nov 26, 2010
Eugene is home to many fine restaurants. The following establishments support the Oregon Bach Festival. For full listings, see the Travel Lane County dining pages. Marché Marché restaurant is about celebrating life and the bountiful Pacific Northwest with locally grown and gathered food, prepared with care and served in a lively and elegant atmosphere. 296 E 5th Avenue, Fifth St Market (541) 342-3612 Mazzi's Italian Restaurant Serving authentic Italian cuisine, prepared with local, fresh, organic and sustainable ingredients, including produce from Mazzi’s own farm. Enjoy the menu--filled with family traditions all the way from Favignana, Italy--on the beautiful outdoor patio. Delight in the full bar with... read more

Plan Your Visit

  • Nov 26, 2010

Explore Eugene

From the Pacific Ocean to the Cascade Mountains, Lane County’s landscape, combined with its bounty of sports, recreation, culture, and attractions, makes it unbeatable for endless discovery. The area’s burgeoning culinary enterprises range from grand estate wineries to the elusive rare truffle. A #1 Green Guide-ranked city, Eugene’s environmental consciousness is enviable, as is its miles of riverside cycling and running trails — fit for outdoor fun or serious training by local athletes. Arts and culture abound, with innovative art galleries, museums, clubs, and performing arts venues. Take one look at Lane County and you’ll wish you were here! read more