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April 30, 2017

Movie Matinee! Song of Love

Join All Classical Portland and host Edmund Stone of The Score for a special screening of Song of Love at the Hollywood Theatre, Saturday, April 29 at 2pm. This 1947 film depicts the story of Clara Schumann’s battle to save husband Robert’s health and resist the romantic overtures of Johannes Brahms. Starring Katharine Hepburn, Paul Henreid, and Robert Walker, Song… More

John Pitman Recommends…

On the heels of their triple-Grammy® – winning CD of Michael Daugherty’s music (Tales of Hemingway), the Nashville Symphony Orchestra continues its commitment to American music with this showcase of Jennifer Higdon works.  “All Things Majestic” (Naxos) includes the eponymous composition, which the composer wrote for the Grand Teton Music Festival.  It certainly captures the splendor… More

Summer Intern Program

We are currently accepting applications for the Summer 2017 term! The purpose of this internship is to give an undergraduate student a view into the world of a non-commercial radio station and to provide an opportunity to work in the not-for-profit business sector. Over a 2-3 month period the intern will spend between 12 and… More

Thursdays @ Three

This week host Christa Wessel features one of the soloists of this year’s MetroArts Van Buren Competition, violinist John Fawcett. All of the finalists were selected from 34 semi-finalists at auditions held in January and will perform with Niel DePonte, Executive Artistic Director for MetroArts Inc. and an orchestra on May 9th. Additionally performing are world-renowned trumpeter Allen Vizzutti, the featured… More

Northwest Previews

Host Andrea Murray features the Florestan Trio celebrating a momentous 40th anniversary! Additional segments include the Portland Baroque Orchestra playing Baroque bassoon concertos with the enigmatic Nate Helgeson. And Portland poet Jen Coleman shares a piece written for our Poetry Month celebration. Program airs Thursday, April 6 at 6 pm.

On Deck

Aishani Saha is a soprano and a junior at Westview High School.  Musical theater has been her passion, but last year she won a role in Portland Opera’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute… and that changed everything.  She is now studying classical voice, and has won a spot on this year’s MetroArts Young Artist… More

Met Opera: The Flying Dutchman

New Met star Michael Volle sings the title role of the ghostly sailor damned to wander the seas in search of the love that will set him free, under the baton of the exciting Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Amber Wagner is Senta, whose love he seeks. The powerhouse cast also includes Dolora Zajick, Ben Bliss, Franz-Josef Selig,… More

The Score: Stand-Up People

This week on The Score, host Edmund Stone features the men and women who stand up to authority and stare down the powerful with examples in music from On the Waterfront, To Kill a Mockingbird, Lincoln, Inherit the Wind … and more.  Program airs Saturday April 29 at 2 pm.

Thursdays @ Three: In Mulieribus

In Mulieribus (the Latin phrase meaning “amongst women”) is a female vocal ensemble dedicated to the promotion and enrichment of community through the art of music with a focus on works written primarily before 1750. Founded in 2004 and led by Artistic Director Anna Song, In Mulieribus presents its own concert series in Portland each year…. More

Classical Up Close!

Classical Up Close is proud to bring Portland a fifth season of FREE chamber music concerts throughout the Portland Metro area! Organized and performed by musicians of the Oregon Symphony Orchestra, this series takes place April 22nd through May 7th and includes: full-length evening performances in neighborhood venues a special children’s concert to close the series on May 7th “BLITZ”… More