April 23, 2014

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Winners Announced

Congratulations Jon and Carol of Vancouver, WA, sustaining members who are also our spring fundraiser Grand Prize Winners! The lucky couple will travel on our October 2014 trip to Prague, Budapest, Vienna and Munich. You too can join friends of All Classical on this historic cruise down the Blue Danube. Check out the full itinerary […]


All Classical in Manzanita

A second All Classical Portland station on the North Coast is now a reality! KQMI 88.9 FM in Manzanita and surrounding communities, joins KQOC 88.1 in Gleneden Beach to provide additional coverage for the North Central Oregon Coast. KQMI will also provide emergency alerts and local emergency information in the case of an extreme event.  […]

Symphony Hall


Join host John Burk each weekday evening for old favorites and little-heard masterpieces. This Wednesday, Neeme Järvi conducts Sibelius’ First Symphony, and Zubin Mehta leads Lang Lang and the Vienna Philharmonic in Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2. It all begins at 8 p.m. on April 23.

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The Wizard of Oz

Follow the yellow brick road, again! All Classical proudly presents a special 75th Anniversary showing of The Wizard of Oz at the Hollywood Theatre on Saturday, April 26 and again on Sunday, April 27 at 2 p.m. Edmund Stone, host of The Score will be on hand at the April 26th matinee to introduce a […]

Hampton Opera Center

We’re On the Move

All Classical is re-locating to the 2nd floor of the Hampton Opera Building. In a much-needed and timely move, the station will significantly increase its space in a facility that will be conveniently located and frequently enjoyed by fans who love this music. Generous supporters have already contributed nearly 90% of the $2 million campaign goal. We […]

NW Previews

On the Next NW Previews

The Oregon Symphony plays music from one of the world’s most popular video games, and Portland State University prepares for its annual opera production—this year, it’s Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The program airs at 6:02 p.m. on April 24.

Signs of Spring

Signs of Spring

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series continues with its fifth concert, featuring three sets of performers: Oregon Symphony concertmaster Sarah Kwak and pianist Cary Lewis play sonatas by Grieg and Franck. A Mendelssoh string quartet is performed by DTQ: violinists Tatiana Kolchanova and Joy Fabos, violists Angelika Furtwangler, and cellist Eerin Winemiller. Finally, the […]


Cruise Down the Blue Danube

Join on-air host Andrea Murray and fellow classical music lovers for a historic cruise down the Blue Danube. Discover the charming markets, grand opera houses and world class museums of Munich, Vienna and Budapest! Celebrate the genius of Mozart, Strauss, Beethoven and Dvorak by visiting the very places where these great composers lived, loved and […]

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OBT Celebrates

Oregon Ballet Theatre celebrates the extraordinary contribution of Alison Roper as she takes her final bows after 18 seasons of bringing joy to Portland audiences.  The Celebrate program includes Helen Pickett’s lush and colorful Petal, the revival of audience favorite The Lost Dance by Matjash Mrozewski, the company premiere of Nacho Duato’s Cor Perdut, and […]


Cappella Romana

Just after Earth Day, Cappella Romana reprises the exciting and innovative work by Northwest contemporary classical composer Robert Kyr A Time for Life, commissioned by Cappella Romana for its premiere in 2007. Kyr’s work is inspired by the Greek Orthodox Service for the Environment from Mt. Athos and invocations of indigenous peoples of North America. […]