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September 21, 2017

Photo: Annika Lindburg

I am a recent graduate from Linfield College who is living in Portland for the summer. I majored in Mass Communication with a minor in Creative Writing. I have lived in Seattle all my life and love the Pacific Northwest. I am excited to explore the abundance of food trucks and hikes in Portland!

Now more than ever, it is important to support the arts, especially non-profit organizations. I am honored to be spending my summer at All Classical Portland and am excited to work with each staff member to gain skills in an array of areas. This internship is a great transition from school to the real world. I have already made great connections and can’t wait to learn and grow at All Classical Portland.

Latest blog entries from Annika Lindburg:

Sampling Classical Works in Modern Songs

To some, classical music may seem like something of the past, yet many artists have sampled classical music, bringing the music to the present. Yet, the issue remains of where one song ends and another begins. It is always smart to give credit to musicians for inspiring a song. Sampling is the process of taking… More


The Stories Behind the Eclipse Music

With the once in a lifetime event coming up on Monday, here is some background information on the composers featured in All Classical’s Eclipse soundtrack. Richard Strauss’ tone poem Also Sprach Zarathustra is one of the most popular pieces of classical music, thanks in part to the success of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Yet, the… More


Handel and Hendrix

The rooms of two famous former tenants are displayed in an apartment complex in London’s Mayfair neighborhood: Jimi Hendrix and George Friedrich Handel, who found fame after moving to England. The guitar god and the baroque composer occupied adjoining flats, 200 years apart. Handel obtained the apartment after being appointed by George II. (Hendrix was… More


300th Anniversary of Water Music

It’s one of his most famous works, but the origins of George Frideric Handel’s Water Music are something of a mystery. In 1717 King George the first of England asked Handel to perform a concert aboard the royal barge as it traveled along the the river Thames. On July 17th, around 50 musicians embarked in… More