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SEATING

All seating for recitals will be reserved and assigned. Seating for other Festival activities is unreserved. Early registration is encouraged, especially for those with special seating needs or preferences. Recital seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis; pass holders will receive seating in Sections I and II, subject to availability.

Click here for the Miller Hall Recital Seating Chart.


All recital seating is reserved. Seating with a view of the keyboard is limited. Order early!

ORDERING TICKETS

Ordering is easy using our online registration form, and a Mastercard, Visa or Pay Pal account.

Tickets may also be ordered by mailing or faxing the registration form from the printed brochure (download a pdf copy below), by calling 503.228.1388, or by registering in person at the World Forestry Center, July 11 –18.

Single tickets for master classes, lectures and the Friday Composition Workshop may be puchased on-site during the week at the registration desk. Cost is $25 per person per session. Student rates are $15 per student per session.

There is no charge for receptions and the "In Good Hands: Young Artists Champion New Piano Works by Cascadia Composers" event (on Wednesday afternoon).


      Click here for prices and mail-in registration form.

Added bonus for early registration: First 100 full week pass buyers receive a complimentary 2010 tote bag!

OREGON MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION (OMTA) omta

A generous subsidy from the Nellie Tholen Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation has made possible a special discounted Festival pass rate to the first 100 OMTA members who register for a full week pass to Portland International Piano Festival (see special OMTA discounted rate on the Registration Form).

 

 
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