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Thoughts on Cuba
Posted April 7, 2015 by Ed Goldberg
Our trip to Cuba with Earthbound Expeditions was a success. The only complaint that I heard was that we were overfed. I have heard worse.
Of course, Cuba is not like Puerto Rico or St. Martin, or any other... More
Get To Know The Hosts: Ed Goldberg
Posted April 2, 2015 by Daniel Hornbeck
Tell me about growing up in NYC.
I was born in the Bronx. We moved out when I was six, to Rockaway Beach, New York. It was 6 years of living probably 500 yards from the surf. It turned... More
New Scenery, New Sounds
Posted July 1, 2014 by John Pitman
It's the first day of July, and the ninth day of our residence in Suite 200 of the Hampton Opera Center. If you've visited the All Classical Portland Facebook page recently, then you've no doubt seen some of... More
Extended interview: OBT dancer Alison Roper
Posted April 17, 2014 by Christa Wessel
In this wide-ranging interview, veteran dancer Alison Roper discusses her impending retirement from the Oregon Ballet Theater.
She talks openly about the transition from stage to office (she'll be taking on an administrative and teaching role at OBT) and... More
Get To Know The Hosts: Christa Wessel
Posted January 23, 2014 by Hali Engelman
As All Classical Portland’s mid-morning host, Christa Wessel has brightened up the workdays of many listeners with her distinctively bubbly voice. When she’s not on air, she can usually be found interviewing local artists for Northwest Previews, or... More
Get To Know The Hosts: Andrea Murray
Posted December 12, 2013 by Hali Engelman
If you stay up all night listening to All Classical Portland, you might be familiar with the voice of Andrea Murray, who hosts the coveted 12 to 5 am slot. During the day, Andrea can usually be found... More
Get To Know The Hosts: John Pitman
Posted November 27, 2013 by Hali Engelman
John Pitman has been working at All Classical Portland since 1983, back when the station was little more than a small FM booth inside a converted classroom. After taking a radio station class at Benson Polytechnic and working... More
Mark O’Connor 2013
Posted November 5, 2013 by Andrea Rennie
All Classical Portland is pleased to bring Mark O'Connor to Portland this Holiday Season for two amazing events!
An Appalachian Christmas Concert, perfect for the whole family
A three day intensive seminar for music teachers on The O'Connor Method for Strings
See below for... More
Behind the Scenes at All Classical’s Fall Fundraiser
Posted October 17, 2013 by Hali Engelman
Last week, as Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik played through the offices at All Classical, everyone found themselves humming along, perhaps involuntarily, to the iconic opening bars. Being continually surrounded by classical music, the All Classical staff is very... More
Lutosławski at 100
Posted August 22, 2013 by David Salkowski
As the Bard Festival in New York concluded over the weekend, we are reminded again of the importance and multifariousness of its subject this year, Igor Stravinsky. As his iconic Rite of Spring turned 100 this year, the... More