Kesey Farm will welcome visitors for a transcendent experience interlacing the beauty of nature with the artistry of classical music as pianist Hunter Noack brings his nine-foot Steinway to deliver a performance as part of the series "In A Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild." The acclaimed series takes Noack to the middle of forests, fields, calderas and historical sites throughout the Northwest to deliver exceptional performances that captivate a diverse audience. Guests may reserve headphones that provide an optimal listening experience so that they may explore the scenery, wander through meadows and roam old-growth forests without losing the musical sounds traditionally found at an intimate concert. In A Landscape events are offered primarily in rural communities for free or on a donation basis in the spirit of the Works Progress Administration's Federal Music and Theatre Projects during the Great Depression, which offered thousands of free concerts and plays in public spaces.
Tickets are required for this In A Landscape Experience. A limited number of tickets are available to participate in a pre-concert walking tour of Kesey Farm, the home and old stomping grounds of famed novelist and prankster Ken Kesey.