It may be hot outside, but we are already excited for this year’s performance of An Appalachian Christmas! Our annual holiday concert at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall takes place this year on Wednesday evening, December 14th. This year we’re offering a very special early bird discount of 25% off all tickets purchased between July 25 and July 31! Tickets are… More
You did it! The Best of Portland results are in and All Classical Portland took first place in multiple categories: Christa Wessel won Best Radio Personality and Edmund Stone’s The Score took first place for Best Local Radio Show. Furthermore, All Classical Portland received Honorable Mention for Best Radio Station as well as Runner Up for Best Best Radio Station (Music)…. More
All Classical Portland Program Director and On-Air Host Suzanne Nance leads this exquisitely programmed twelve day journey in partnership with Customized Journeys. Keep an eye out for audio postcards and photos from our travelers!
Goal met! You did it! The financial books for 2015/16 are closed and balanced! If you made a contribution, you were part of the best year yet at All Classical Portland. Thank you, thank you, thank you! If you’ve not yet made your tax-deductible gift, or would like to add to a previous gift, please do so with… More
It is imperative for All Classical Portland to balance the books – by midnight tonight, June 30th. Less than 3 hours remain to reach this all-important goal. Just $3,147 is left to raise from individuals out of $3.5 million. We’re down to the wire! If you’ve not yet made your tax-deductible gift, or would like to add to… More
Did you know that you can turn your old Volvo into Vivaldi? All Classical Portland partners with the Center for CAR Donations of Bend to accept donations of cars, boats, RVs, and more as part of its vehicle donation program! Turn the worries of costly repairs or selling into a tax deduction that produces major benefit for your… More
Established in 1971, the Abbey Bach Festival invites national and international musicians for a three-day classical music celebration. Guests enjoy vespers with the monks, a picnic supper and featured performances. This year’s artists include pianist Alon Goldstein, Les Boréades de Montréal, and the Cavatina Duo. July 27–29 at Mount Angel Abbey in Benedict. Get more information and reserve… More
On this weekend’s show, we’ll hear pianist Michael Gurt in the Concerto in Three Rhythms by American musician, composer and lyricist Dana Suesse. Born in 1909, Suesse started out in vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley — perhaps her best-known piece is “You Ought to Be in Pictures” — and later studied with Nadia Boulanger and Alexander Siloti, Franz… More
The Vancouver Symphony offers its annual family-friendly free concert in the Esther Short Park band shell, showcasing familiar and lively classical music, with performances by singers from Opera Quest Northwest and Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Conrad Wilson as emcee. Guest conductor will be Daniel Boico (pictured), hailed by one critic as “an undisputed star who combines magnetic… More
On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone undertakes his yearly survey of themes from the season’s big releases, including Finding Dory and Captain America: Civil War. We’ll also be hearing comments from some of the composers responsible for that music. The program airs at 2 p.m. on July 23.