Join us Thursday May 28th for a magical, mesmerizing night of music on All Classical. In February Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI played in Portland, a single-night concert of music from the Ottoman Empire in dialogue with Armenian, Greek and Sephardic traditions. The show sold out months in advance, but you can hear the concert […]
In an effort to find innovative off-air fundraising approaches, for the first time ever, All Classical Portland is partnering with Charles Fine Art Portraits in a unique project dedicated to the talented young musicians of our region. Together, we are creating a beautiful coffee table book which will shine a spotlight on these amazing young […]
Your support makes a difference! Through a concerted and creative year round process, your station has raised all but 5% of what it takes to make ends meet by June 30th. We’re close! With the station’s funding coming directly from the community, we hope you’ll consider helping to close this small gap in the weeks ahead. […]
Did you know we now have a gift shop carrying a selection of station produced CDs and logo items? Visit our online shop today, or stop by and check it out in person. It’s the perfect place to purchase gifts for the music lovers on your list!
BodyVox and the Amphion String Quartet unite in this provocative marriage of dance and live chamber music, a world premiere featuring music of Elliott Smith, Samuel Barber and Edgar Meyer woven into a sweeping work of dance theater. Performances from May 21 through June 6. Check with BodyVox for more information and ticket reservations.
Artists Repertory Theatre presents David Ives’ adaptation of Le menteur, Pierre Corneille’s 17th Century farce. Played out in outrageously clever verse, this romp features the expected wild misassumptions, mistaken identities and tangled truths, with anachronistic twists thrown in for good measure. Dámaso Rodriguez directs. Performances May 26 through June 21. Check with ART for times and ticket […]
Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra presents the world premiere of Erik Schmauss’ That They May Have Life, winner of the 2015 John Kenneth Cole Composition Prize. Rounding out the program are Verdi’s Overture to Nabucco and the Rhenish Symphony of Robert Schumann. Dr. Jeff Specht conducts at the Chapel at Mary’s Woods in Lake Oswego. […]
Portland Playhouse offers the regional premiere of Anne Washburn’s post-apocalyptic play set in a future where survivors pass the time by recalling episodes from The Simpsons. As these snippets from our pop culture are recited, they soon become the stuff of epic myth in this wacky, geeky and unapologically original theatric treat. Performances from May 13 through […]
Celebration Works presents Aaron David Miller, one of America’s premier organists, performing on the 69-rank Jaeckel pipe organ in the Sanctuary of Portland’s historic First Presbyterian Church, marking the 15th anniversary of the instrument’s installation. The program features works by J.S. Bach, Sweelinck and Gigout, as well as some of Miller’s own compositions, including an arrangement of four Latin […]
In his latest cd reviews blog posting, All Classical’s John Pitman spotlights Crystal Records, born in Los Angeles almost half a century ago and now based north of Camas. John interviewed the label’s founder, Peter Christ, as well as the Oregon Symphony’s Principal Horn, John Cox, who is heard on two recent releases by the company […]