August 30, 2015

Waterfront Broadcast

OSO Waterfront Concert Live

For the first time ever, All Classical Portland provides a live broadcast of the Oregon Symphony’s popular Waterfront Concert, including Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture accompanied by cannons from the Oregon Army National Guard. Check with OSO for a full concert program. An expected audience of 20,000 will enjoy this largest free concert in the state, and […]


Beyond the Music

Ever read our collective blog, with contributions by several All Classical Portland staffers? The latest entry, by summer intern Jonathan Williams, profiles the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, its co-founder Sir Neville Mariner, and current Music Director Joshua Bell. Read Jonathan’s piece, Meet the Musicians, or take a look at all the entries of […]

First Light

Tilikum Crossing: First Light!

Join All Classical Portland, TriMet and Portland General Electric as we “flip the switch” on  Tilikum Crossing’s night-time light program! Thursday, September 10 at 9pm. Artists Anna Valentina Murch and Doug Hollis have created a light installation for the new bridge, employing 178 LEDs focused on piers and cables, the display changing color and speed according […]


Introducing… Suzanne Nance!

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Suzanne Nance will join and round out our existing world class broadcast team as Program Director and On-Air Host! Proclaimed the “Queen of Classical” by Maine’s Portland Press Herald, Nance is an award-winning broadcaster, soprano, actor and arts ambassador who has produced and hosted dozens of radio and TV programs […]


Book Project: “we love this music”

Get your young musician in this beautiful book! 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 […]

store spotlight

New Gift Shop!

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!

Played in Oregon

Once and Future Majesty

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the premiere of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil, and to celebrate, Cappella Romana will perform it three times in the second week of September. (For more information on those concerts, check the separate homepage spotlight devoted to them.) This weekend on Played in Oregon, host Brandi Parisi plays excerpts from the last […]

ART Understudy

ART: The Understudy

Artists Repertory Theatre presents the Portland premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s raucously funny existential exposé of the theatre business and the personal drama behind the curtain. An understudy rehearsal for a fictional Kafka play on Broadway teeters on the edge of reality when Harry – the understudy for Jake, who is the understudy for Bruce, a Hollywood action star […]

Thursdays @ Three

Thursdays @ Three

Thursdays @ Three returns with live performances, beginning this week. On September 3, host Robert McBride welcomes violinist Anthea Kreston and pianist Cary Lewis, who offer a program of Eastern European works, including two by Leo Portnoff and František Drdla. Kreston studied at the Curtis Institute of Music with Felix Galimir and has received numerous awards for […]

Buffalo Hunt

Maryhill this Summer

In addition to its permanent collections, Maryhill Museum of Art offers a number of exhibits in the coming months. Currently on view is “American Indian Painting:Twentieth-Century Masters,” featuring thirty-five works by some of the most important American Indian painters of the last century, all the paintings drawn from the collection of the National Cowboy & Western […]