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Review: Ferdinand the Bull and Friends
posted Sat, 13-Nov-2010
"There aren’t very many Classical music discs for kids and families – well, not compared to the huge amount available in other genres. This week is a great week for classical music for kids and families; I thought I’d include a wonderful new addition to the family music canon in my review this week: Ferdinand the Bull and Friends ..." - Read the review by Dot Rust at oregonmusicnews.com

A deluxe CD of this album is available at northpacificmusic.com
or as an MP3 download from Amazon:

David Ogden Stiers: On Fish, Shakespeare and Teslas
posted Fri, 12-Nov-2010
"Even in retirement, northwest resident David Ogden Stiers is a busy guy, especially this week: engaged and passionate about the arts and the state of the world we’re leaving to the next generation, he is dividing his time between appearing with the Oregon Symphony this weekend, acting in a production of Much Ado About Nothing in Los Angeles and promoting the recently-released classical children’s album he co-produced with composer Mark Fish. I had a chance to chat with him before he jumped back into polishing his Shakespeare..." - Read the article written by Dot Rust at oregonmusicnews.com

Coming Soon: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Diamond edition DVD
posted Sun, 7-Nov-2010
Disney will be releasing a Diamond edition of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (with David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth) on Nov 23rd, 2010.


David Ogden Stiers collaborates with the Oregon Symphony
posted Sun, 7-Nov-2010
David Ogden Stiers leads an ensemble of actors in a performance of Falstaff on November 13th and 15th with the Oregon Symphony. Visit www.orsymphony.org

Happy Birthday, Mr. Stiers!
posted Mon, 1-Nov-2010

  • Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter.- Mark Twain
  • All the world is birthday cake, so take a piece, but not too much.- George Harrison
  • And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years. - Abraham Lincoln
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