Tune-in for our LIVE Broadcast of the 2015 MetroArts Van Buren Competition Concert from the Newmark Theater in downtown Portland. Christa Wessel & Robert McBride are your hosts for the concert of six young soloists, led by MetroArts conductor & artistic director Niel DePonte. It all happens Tuesday, April 7th at 7pm on All Classical […]
45th Parallel’s “Forbidden Music” Concert has been postponed to November, and the group offers in replacement “Folk Inspirations,” featuring the Thunder Egg Consort performing Bartók’s Rumanian Folk Dances and Brahms’ G Minor Piano Quartet, as well as pieces by Kenji Bunch and Glière. April 4 at 7:30 p.m. in The Old Church. Check with 45th Parallel for more information and ticket […]
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Think you’ve got what it takes to be an All Classical intern? We’re currently accepting applications for Summer 2015! Interns play an important and evolving role in day-to-day station operations. From learning about broadcast processes and procedures to assisting with facility and web maintenance, the All Classical internship program provides a front row seat to […]
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On the next Thursdays @ Three, host Robert McBride welcomes violinist and Oregon Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Sarah Kwak, who performs sonatas by Brahms and Debussy with pianist Susan Chan. Seating for this appearance is no longer available; to be in the audience for a future live broadcast, make certain to RSVP as early as possible.
In his latest cd reviews blog posting, All Classical’s John Pitman gives a listen to a recent Naxos release, Flowers of the Field, which focuses on English composers whose lives were dramatically changed — and in one case ended — by the First World War. Hillary Davan Wetton leads the London Mozart Players and City […]
Portland Opera Guild’s annual gala offers an evening of Speakeasy, with music from John Bennett and performances by Portland Opera Residents Artists Alexander Elliott, Ian José Ramirez and Katrina Galka — plus Resident Artist, mezzo Caitlin Mathes — in support of opera activities in the community. April 4 at 6:30 p.m. in Coopers Hall, 404 […]
Portland Playhouse presents Sharr White’s “taut, incisive puzzle play” in a production directed by Brian Weaver. Powerhouse biophysicist, wife and mother Juliana Smithton is accustomed to being the smartest person in the room—and to getting her way. A succesful pitchwoman for drugs that combat dementia, she suddenly discovers that she may be suffering symptons painfully similar to […]
David Rothman performs all the works for solo piano by Frédéric Chopin, in recitals at The Old Church on alternate Wednesdays through April 22. The next performance is at 7:30 on April 8. Rothman was awarded a piano scholarship at age ten to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey, England. Among his teachers there were Louis Kentner and […]