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Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert
The Portland Brass Quintet & Friends
Wieden Kennedy 24/7 Concert
Portland, Oregon
Taken on March 21, 2009
Photo By Christine Taylor

Message from Christine: Last night is was a full house with standers-by. A truly exciting way to see such performance, amongst the contemporary beauty of the W+K building, which is also home to PICA (Portland Institute of Contemporary Art).

Update 3/22 1PM: Christine sent over a message saying W+K is not as busy as last night, but filling up. $3.25 Americano next door. “High brow Sunday and well worth it”

Update 2: Pictures from day 2/Sunday after the jump…

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Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert
Pianist Rosa Li
Wieden Kennedy 24/7 Concert Portland, Oregon
Taken on March 21, 2009
Photo By Christine Taylor

Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert

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Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert

March 22: Day 2

Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert
12 year old Kristin Qian

Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert
Piano: Bill Crane
Soprano: Lisa Mooyman

Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert
Piano: Bill Crane
Soprano: Lisa Mooyman
Clarinet: David Hattner

Wieden Kennedy 24/7 concert

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Christine Taylor is an armchair naturalist and photographer who spent 8 years in the Chicago area and a couple in New York working in publishing as a producer, editor and photographer. Presently she resides in SE Portland. You can see some of her work at happyplayground.com

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8 Responses to Wieden Kennedy 24/7 Concert | Daily Stank Image Bank

  1. tom March 22, 2009 at 16:18 #

    Nice Pics (of course) Christine! This event is for a good cause. Cheers to people that participated in the wee hours.

  2. Chanda from the USA March 22, 2009 at 21:57 #

    we were there from 1pm to 7pm Sunday with our 11 month old who LOVED it! Thank you so much.
    peace

  3. Kimberly Gehl March 23, 2009 at 00:32 #

    I watched the event between about 3 AM – 5 AM. The performances were simply breathtaking; seeing amazingly talented musicians master the performance of exquisite songs in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday is an experience I will never forget!

  4. martin gee March 23, 2009 at 10:05 #

    great photos. what a fantastic experience and concept. went from 3 – 7pm last night. loved it! the w+k space was amazing too. thanks to everyone involved. took some photos too. will post to my flickr / pdx pipeline group later.

  5. Justin Kagan March 23, 2009 at 23:28 #

    Having participated in eight of the musical hours I can tell you from a performer’s perspective that the audiences were incredible. The sense of community was simply spectacular and I’m so thrilled to be a part. More pix to follow as they roll in.

  6. martin gee March 24, 2009 at 14:17 #

    here are some of my photos. we were only there from 3pm on on sunday. http://bit.ly/YVBhr

  7. Gene Elder March 30, 2009 at 13:19 #

    GOOD WORK!!!!
    “Art, like the Alamo, has to draw the line somewhere.”
    —- Gene Elder, San Antonio

  8. Joella Werlin March 31, 2009 at 12:09 #

    Are we lucky?? Thomas Lauderdale and Bill Crane dream up this incredible idea, and countless amazing and talented people who have no fewer worries on their minds or demands on their time than the rest of us spring forth to make this musical marathon happen. Thank you all for your inspiring gifts! Joella

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