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August 22, 2014

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Thursdays @ Three

We’re excited to announce our newest in-house production: Thursdays @ Three with Robert McBride! Each week we welcome a small audience into our new facility to witness a short live performance with featured musical guests. Want to get on the guest list? Make your reservation here. Tune in to listen to today’s broadcast, featuring soprano Natalie […]


Mark O'Connor New

An Appalachian Christmas

Tickets for An Appalachian Christmas with Mark O’Connor & Friends are on sale! This year’s performance is December 22 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Click here to get your tickets. All Classical Members save $5! Make your gift now to get the discount code in your thank-you email.


Saturday Matinee

Tenors of the Times

On the next Saturday Matinee, host Ed Goldberg features some great tenors of today and yesterday — Giuseppe di Stefano, José Carreras and Vittorio Grigolo among them. The four hours also offer German oboist Albrecht Meyer performing a French ode to summer, Joshua Bell wandering through Lonely Town, and Bohuslav Martinu whipping up something delicious […]


The Score

The Mozart of Cinema

That’s how the newspaper Le Figaro described Georges Delerue, one of France’s best-loved composers and a favorite of director Francois Truffaut. On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone plays excerpts from Delerue’s work for movies such as Agnes of God, Platoon and Steel Magnolias. The program airs at 2 p.m. on August […]


Black Madonna

Canticle of the Black Madonna

The world premiere of this original opera by librettist Tiziana DellaRovere and composer Ethan Gans-Morse has two performances, September 5 and 6, both at 7:30 p.m. Set in Louisiana in 2010, the story chronicles the journey of an American soldier returning from Afghanistan with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. Through a combination of modern and ancient music, […]


On Deck

On Deck with Daniel Tang

The 15-year-old violinist recently won second place in Oregon’s State Solo Competition with a spectacular rendition of Pablo de Sarasate’s Gypsy Airs. We’ll hear that performance and learn more about this talented young man this Saturday, August 23, at 5 p.m.


OBT Exposed

OBT Exposed

Once again this summer, Oregon Ballet Theatre moves its dance studios outdoors, to Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland, offering visitors of all ages the opportunity to sneak a peek inside the process of bringing a ballet to life. The public can experience four days of classes and open rehearsals in Pioneer Courthouse Square, getting a […]


Club Mod

Tempus Fugue-it

On the next Club Mod, host Robert McBride offers a variety of works about time, including Milton Babbitt’s Playing for Time, All in Good Time by Barbara Kolb, and Toru Takemitsu’s percussion concerto From me flows what you call Time. There will be time for many more as well, so synchronize your watches for 8 p.m. […]


Summer on the Green

Summer on the Green

Marylhurst University offers free concerts in the Lajos Balough Performance Shell this month. Eight concerts between August 21 and 30 — excluding the 25th and 26th — will feature the Imperial Brass, Klezmer music with Jack Falk, the Krebsich Orchestar, 3 Leg Torso, the Marylhurst Chorale and more. All concerts begin at 6 p.m. and are […]


ART Season

Theatrical Thrill Ride

Artists Repertory Theatre has announced its schedule of plays for 2014/15, and it’s a line-up that includes Noël Coward’s otherworldly Blithe Spirit, Arthur Miller’s seldom-seen The Price, and David Ives’ adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s 17th Century farce The Liar. Get more information and learn about season ticket packages for as low as $100 from ART. […]