Support today! Did you know that nearly 94% of our funding comes from our community? All Classical Portland’s Spring Fundraiser is just one piece of that pie. Make your gift now and help your classical music service get that much closer to its annual fundraising goal. Thank you!
Didn’t catch the phone number? Text Mozart to 56512 and we’ll text you back our toll free phone number and a direct link to our online donation page. It’s just the little reminder you need to make your gift, when the time is convenient for you.
The grand prize drawing for our Spring Fundraiser is a trip for two to Bella Italia! Join All Classical Portland late morning on-air host Christa Wessel on a twelve-day art, food and music lover’s journey celebrating the lives of Verdi, Toscanini, and Puccini. Check out the full itinerary and make your gift today to get in on the […]
Our fourth annual Spring to Joy CD features works by Rachmaninoff, Mahler, Britten, and many more. Celebrate the season of renewal and rebirth with this pastoral selection of music, hand-picked by our on-air staff. Make a donation of $150.00 or more to receive your copy.
By popular request, we’ve launched an online store for our CDs and logo items. It’s the perfect place to purchase gifts for the music lovers on your list! Check out our shop today.
Our wonderful contributors strengthen this unique service for myriad reasons. We are thankful for all that they do! On this new page, we spotlight a few that have shared their inspiration with us.
This weekend’s broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera features a performance of Carmen, with Elina Garanca singing the title role. Jonas Kaufmann is Don José, and Louis Langrée conducts. Portland Opera’s Christopher Mattaliano previews Bizet’s popular work at 9:30 a.m., and the drama itself begins at 10 a.m. on March 5. (Photo by Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera)
Let Oregon Ballet Theatre sweep you up in the romance of this timeless fairy tale, in which a handsome prince, a fairy godmother, one missing glass slipper — and a little magic — help make dreams come true for a very deserving young girl. Set to Prokofiev’s opulent score, Ben Stevenson’s colorful full-length version is one of the ballet […]
In tandem with our Spring Fundraiser, Edmund Stone hosts a special double edition of The Score, featuring favorite cinematic themes from past decades. Tune in at 2 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, March 7 and 8, for memorable movie music as you help support All Classical.
Portland Youth Philharmonic plays the Symphony No. 3 of Brahms and the 1919 version of Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite, and PYP’s Concerto Competition winner, Maia Hoffman, is heard in Walton’s Viola Concerto. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. on March 7 in Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Check with PYP to reserve tickets.