The details of the Oregon Symphony’s 2016/17 season have just been announced! Tune in on Monday, February 8th to hear highlights from their upcoming 120th Anniversary season, aptly titled Like Never Before. Tickets are available now.
All Classical Portland and Edmund Stone of The Score present the celebrated movie The Red Violin in rare 35 mm film at the Hollywood Theatre. This cinematic masterpiece follows the intricate history of a beautiful antique violin from its creation in Italy in 1681 to an auction house in modern-day Montreal, where it draws the eye of an […]
All Classical Portland is rolling out a new feature with a familiar name! The first Metropolitan Opera Broadcast of each month will be preceded by Backstage at the Opera with host Brandi Parisi and the Portland Opera’s Christopher Mattaliano. Under a new format, they will not only discuss the week’s opera but also opera in general, […]
Indulging in pleasurable activities is sometimes described in the context of good vs. bad. But is it all or nothing where the brain is concerned? When are healthy pleasures susceptible to harmful effects? The Oregon Health & Science University Brain Institute’s 2016 Brain Awareness Season will delve into the science behind three very popular pastimes: alcohol, gaming, and marijuana. The three […]
This summer’s cultural tour to the temperate and mild lake region of Northern Italy is different than any trip we’ve embarked on before, offering an unparalleled opportunity for insider access to the finest palaces, art and cuisine of the region. All Classical Portland Program Director and On-Air Host Suzanne Nance leads this exquisitely programmed twelve-day journey, offered in […]
All Classical Portland continues its collaboration with MetroArts Inc. with a live broadcast of the 22nd annual Young Artists Debut! Concert from Portland State University’s Lincoln Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 1. The performance features the winners of the 2016 Van Buren Concerto Competition, ranging in age from nine to 21 years old and consisting of three pianists, two violinists, a […]
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This weekend’s live Metropolitan Opera broadcast features the classic double bill of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana paired with Pagliacci by Leoncavallo. The casts include Violeta Urmana, Yonghoon Lee, Ambrogio Maestri, Barbara Frittoli and Roberto Alagna. Fabio Luisi conducts. The program airs at 10 a.m., just after Backstage at the Opera in its new format — see the accompanying spotlight.
On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone turns his attention to bad blood and dysfunction, playing themes from films about family feuds, from Romeo and Juliet to The Lion in Winter and The Hatfields and McCoys. The program airs at 2 p.m. on February 6.