Virtual Music Stage

We are very happy to present our Virtual Music Stage,  featuring the work of many talented jazz musicians.

The onset of digital music has had a debilitating effect on the recording industry and the income of professional music artists. At the same time, it allows musicians to create studio-quality recordings at home and to build an audience outside of traditional distribution channels. The virtual stage at the Charbonneau Arts Festival will be a place where performers from across Oregon can share their creative works with people who enjoy jazz and classical music.

Jazz@Charbonneau Event Poster

CD’s and the headliner posters were available for sale during the live show.  Let us know if you would like to purchase one  at — signed by Dan Balmer & Rebecca Hardiman — or unsigned.

Thank you to Lynn Darroch — author, broadcaster, journalist and spoken word artist —  heard daily on KMHD 89.1 FM Radio  — for moderating the history of jazz through the ages at our live Jazz@Charbonneau show.  Listen here to Lynn’s informative video on “80 Years of Jazz in Portland.”

Listen here to Lynn’s podcast (audio) especially created for our Jazz@Charbonneau live show. 
Click to listen.

Enjoy our live performers at show this year.

2022 – 23 Music Stage Series continues 

We are excited to present the 2022-23 Charbonneau Music Stage Concert Series. All performances are planned for the Charbonneau Pavilion.

The first performance begins August 6th – “Brubeck & Brews – a Dave Brubeck Tribute Concert.” More performances are in the works.

Partnering with the Charbonneau Country Club, the Charbonneau Music Stage Series is a fundraiser to benefit Canby & Wilsonville High School arts programs.

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