Over the next two weeks, All Classical Portland’s tower on Sylvan Hill will be undergoing repairs, causing the station to use our back-up antenna at times. This is necessary to ensure the safety of the tower crew. You may hear a short burst when the station switches to our back-up antenna, but KQAC will remain at full coverage, and […]
We’re excited to announce our newest in-house production: Thursdays @ Three with Robert McBride! Each week we’ll welcome a small audience into our new facility to witness a short live performance with featured musical guests. Our first broadcast is Thursday the 24th. Want to get on the guest list? Make your reservation here. Visit the Thursdays […]
Tickets for An Appalachian Christmas with Mark O’Connor & Friends are on sale! This year’s performance is December 22 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Click here to get your tickets. All Classical Members save $5! Make your gift now to get the discount code in your thank-you email.
Founded in 1963, the Britt Classical Festival features a professional orchestra of 90 musicians who come from all over the United States for a three-week stay in Southern Oregon. This year’s series, under new Music Director Teddy Abrams, includes seven concerts featuring, among others, violinist Augustin Hadelich, Béla Fleck on banjo, and vocalist Storm Large. […]
The Discovery Museum at the World Forestry Center celebrates the life and art of Theodor Seuss Geisel with an exhibit that chronicles his life and career, with a focus on common artistic links throughout his nearly 70 years of creativity. See Seuss’s classic illustration art from The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, […]
On our next look at upcoming events, we’ll learn about The Canticle of the Black Madonna, a new opera about soldiers struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder. In addition, we’ll preview this year’s William Byrd Festival and highlight the return of the Oregon Symphony’s Waterfront Concert. The program airs at 6:02 p.m. on July 31.
This year’s edition of the annual celebration of the English Renaissance composer includes lectures, recitals and performances of music by Byrd and others of that era. Running from August 8 through 14, the festival features Cantores in Ecclesia directed by Blake Applegate and Artistic Director Mark Williams. Get more information and reserve tickets through the Festival website.
Portland Shakespeare Project stages The Tempest with a bit of a twist, featuring Linda Alper as Prospera. Michael Mendelson directs the production, which runs July 9 through August 3 on the Alder Stage of Artists Repertory Theatre. Check with PSP for showtimes and ticket reservations.
HART Theatre of Hillsboro presents the world premiere of this musical that recasts the story of Noah in a new light, employing a variety of styles from classic ballads to fast-talking vaudeville numbers, plus hints of blues and jazz, closing with an old-fashioned, hand-clapping spiritual. Performances through August 3. Get more details and reserve tickets […]
Paris comes to the Park Blocks with an international exhibition at the Portland Art Museum celebrating the Tuileries Garden. Exploring the art, design and evolution of Paris’ most famous garden, it also celebrates its designer, André Le Nôtre — best known for his grand perspectives and symmetry at the chateaux gardens of Versailles. Get more information and plan […]