Appreciates All Classical Portland
Yes, indeed, I do appreciate your station, your calendar and your e-letter. All of these reflect the pride you take in your work. Keep it up. Get rich if you can. And keep on doing what you do so well. –Richard in Portland
Peter and the Wolf, Flashback
Thank you for playing Peter and the Wolf! Made me stop and pull out the old LP I listened to as a child with this on side A and Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, etc., on side B! Great hearing this again! –Steph
Comfort & Joy
There are two opportunities on Thanksgiving Day to listen to our 7th annual Comfort & Joy recording. Tune in at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. the glorious sounds of winter, crafted in the All Classical studios just for you. Thank you for allowing us to share the beauty of the earth with you on Thanksgiving Day. Information at this link for those who’d like to purchase this recording for a donation of $150 or more.
Listens to WQXR, KING, WGBH and now KQAC
I live in the Boston area, and through the internet have the option of listening to a number of fine all-classical, commercial-free stations. WQXR in New York, KING from Seattle, and our own WGBH are three of my favorites. The first time I dialed up KQAC was approximately a month ago, and now I find myself, increasingly, a listener. I have not as yet dissected the reasons for its appeal, except there is a freshness to the programming with a tone that manages to be serious without being pretentious. Whatever you are doing right, I hope it continues. –Bill
Listens on iPad
I have just recently discovered your radio station via the TuneIn app on my iPad and have to say you are doing a wonderful and professional job. Thank you. –John in Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia
Appreciates everyone at All Classical
Although I cannot afford to contribute at the moment I just wanted to appreciate everyone at All Classical for everything you do day to day. I assume I am below the median age of the majority of All Classical listeners but I greatly enjoy listening to the musical selection on the way to and from work to home. It really sets me up for a great day at work and brings me back to a stress free feeling when I leave work. Thanks again, –Danny
Sweet Dreams with All Classical in Japan
Hello. It’s been more than 6 months since I started listening to wonderful tunes of your station. We have a 7 ( 8 at your summer time) hour time difference between Portland and Tokyo, so I always listen to your classical music at midnight just before going to bed. Maybe you intend to give tunes to the U.S. locals as a wonderful wakeup for mornings at that hour. However, I fully enjoy your programs for a nice sleep with sweet dreams here in Japan. I imagine how your city is like when you report weather forecast. It is a shame that I have never been to Portland before and it must be a nice city even though I have visited the U.S. for more than ten times. I hope that your business keeps going on for listeners all over the world. –Kazuhiko in Chiba, Japan
Listening in the UK
We have classical music stations here in the UK but we tune to your station all the time because we so enjoy the choices of music and your presenters. We hear Brandi as the timings fit our day. We are fascinated that you seem as obsessed with the weather as we are here. Thank you and keep up the good work. –Adrienne & Peter in South Coast, Poole Dorset
Awesome in Virginia
Greetings, All Classical Portland. I thought WE had a wonderful classical station, but you guys are AWESOME!! I’m enjoying the music here at home in the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia. Also, I stream you at the office. One of my favorite cousins lives in the Woodstock neighborhood near Reed College in Portland. I LOVE visiting, especially the Sat. Market. Keep up the great music. You have a fan in Virginia! Cheers, –Nancy in Virginia.
Played in Oregon Fan!
I am a huge fan of All Classical radio and have been a listener for over 20 years. I love all of your programs but want to give you particular feedback on yesterday’s Played in Oregon, a program that I enjoy whenever I can on Sundays. I was listening to the beginning of the program while driving to the grocery store. It was so interesting, and the music was so beautiful, that when I got to the store I plugged in my phone and streamed the rest of the program while shopping. I was transported by the gorgeous singing, interesting arrangements, but especially by the amazing stories of PSU’s charming and humble choral director. I practically had tears in my eyes when he told the story of winning the competition and the reaction of competing choral groups from other countries. I have recommended that my family listen to this program and I am keen to hear any other music from this local Oregon group. Thanks for making my rainy Sunday afternoon much brighter. Long time listener and member. — Karen