August 27, 2014


New Director, New Season

Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of Steven Byess as its new Music Director and Conductor as it prepares for its coming season, which includes performances of Brahms’ Double Concerto, the Enigma Variations of Elgar and Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major with Anna Polonsky as soloist. Learn more and reserve tickets from […]

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.


Surf, Sand & Symphony

The Newport Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2014/15 concert schedule, which includes performances of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2, the K. 297b Sinfonia Concertante of Mozart, and Shostakovich’s Sixth Symphony, as well as a special benefit concert featuring Pink Martini. The orchestra’s first concert is September 20. Get more information, reserve tickets, and learn about special […]

NW Previews

NW Previews Hiatus

Everyone deserves a vacation now and then, and NW Previews is taking its break during the month of August. To check on concerts, plays and more that lie in the offing, consult All Classical’s Cultural Calendar while awaiting the return, in September, of our regular feature devoted to upcoming events.


30th Anniversary Season

Salem Chamber Orchestra’s upcoming season marks three decades of artistic contribution to the community and will include a February presentation of Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem in collaboration with the Willamette Master Chorus, also observing its thirtieth anniversary. Get more information and learn about season ticket packages from SCO.

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. […]

Car donation

Mileage into Mozart

Your old means of transport — car, boat, motorcycle or RV — can be become a tax-deductible donation to All Classical, which we’ll transform into more beautiful music. Visit the Center for CAR Donations in Bend or call their friendly staff at 877-411-3662 to get the answers to any question to might have.


Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine

This exhibition at the Oregon Historical Society traces the history of the state’s wines from the earliest vineyards to legislative control of alcohol during Prohibition to the resurgence of the wine industry in the 1960s, and finally to what the future may bring for these thriving Oregon businesses. Displays of art and periodic wine tastings are […]


Art of the Tuileries Garden

Paris comes to the Park Blocks with an international exhibition at the Portland Art Museum celebrating the Tuileries Garden. Exploring the art, design and evolution of Paris’ most famous garden, it also celebrates its designer, André Le Nôtre — best known for his grand perspectives and symmetry at the chateaux gardens of Versailles. Get more information and plan […]


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