August 19, 2017

Eclipse Soundtrack

Before you don your viewing glasses and turn your gaze to the sky on Monday, August 21st, turn on your radio for a special soundtrack curated especially for the total solar eclipse! Beginning at 8am and lasting until noon, All Classical Portland will offer programming designed to complement and enhance this spectacular natural event. Featured… More

Eclipse Premiere PREVIEW!

With only a few days remaining until a total solar eclipse touches down in Oregon, the countdown is ON! All Classical Portland is proud to offer special programming designed to complement and enhance this spectacular natural event, from 8am until noon on Monday, August 21st. Featuring a WORLD PREMIERE broadcast of “The Body of the Moon,” specially commissioned and… More

Stories Behind the Eclipse Music

If you would like to learn more about the music chosen to accompany the eclipse on Monday, head on over to the All Classical Portland blog, where summer intern Annika Lindberg has written a beautiful piece on the upcoming program.

President & CEO Jack Allen Retires

Jack Allen, President & CEO of All Classical Portland for the past nine years, is retiring from the station to pursue personal projects. Under Jack Allen’s guidance, the station re-branded and created unique marketing initiatives and partnerships. He developed strategies that dramatically grew audience and revenue, and his vision fostered the organization’s commitment to “building… More

OSO Encore Broadcast

In preparation for their upcoming season which begins September, All Classical Portland is proud to present encores of our Oregon Symphony broadcasts from the 2016-2017 Season! Tune in Thursdays at 7pm through September 7th. Upcoming encore broadcasts include: August 24th: A concert featuring the warm music of Russia’s greatest composers: the passion of Tchaikovsky’s Romeo… More

Fall Internship

All Classical Portland is currently accepting applications for the Fall 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. Interns play an important and evolving role in day-to-day station operations. From… More

Summer Sounds of Santa Fe

All Classical Portland Music Director John Pitman just returned from Santa Fe, leading this amazing small group tour loaded with music! Performances included Lucia di Lammermoor at Santa Fe Opera, The Orion String Quartet at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Alcina at Santa Fe Opera, the Bruch String Octet at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, The Golden Cockerel at Santa Fe Opera and The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs at Santa… More

Saturday Matinee

Host Ed Goldberg begins this week’s program with a celebratory chorus:  Zadok the Priest, by Handel;  He’ll continue with such diverse fare as a suite from The King and I; Sigurd the Crusader, by Grieg; and songs from Bernstein’s Candide. Program airs Saturday, August 19 at 10 am.

The Score: Before They Were Famous

This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, cinematic beginnings of movie music creators, including John Barry, Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Elmer Bernstein, Danny Elfman, Jerry Goldsmith, and more, next time on The Score. Program airs Saturday, August 19 at 2 pm.

Played in Oregon

Chamber Music Northwest recently wrapped up this year’s Summerfest concert Series, and this week on Played in Oregon host Brandi Parisi revisits for us some cutting-edge performance from past summers, including two world premieres by Chris Rogerson and David Shiff. Program airs Sunday, August 20 at 1 pm.