Maestro Lajos Balogh leads the Portland Festival Symphony in its thirty-fifth year of presenting live classical music in local parks. These concerts have become a summer tradition, offering families the opportunity to introduce their children to music while having fun in a natural setting. This summer’s repertoire includes Bartók, Beethoven, Mozart and more, plus a special piece in […]
Join the NW Film Center for its 11th annual program of movies under the stars, atop the Hotel deLuxe’s parking structure at S.W. 15th and Yamhill. Doors open at 7 p.m. each Thursday, through August 27, with food and beverages available. Music begins at 8 p.m., with each screening starting around dusk. Chairs are limited, so […]
New and returning players of the Metropolitan Youth Symphony audition before the start of each season to make sure they are placed in the best group for their level of ability. Students do not try out for a specific group, but play for MYS conductors and coaches, who determine what ensemble is the best fit […]
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 […]
On the next Thursdays @ Three, pianist Rhonda Rizzo performs music including some Gershwin classics, as well as the premiere of Three Impromptus by Scott Pender, and Morton Gould’s Boogie Woogie Etude. Seating for this concert is no longer available.
In his latest cd reviews blog posting, All Classical’s John Pitman conducts a three-part conversation with renowned violinist and Portland Baroque Orchestra Artistic Director Monica Huggett. The course of their discussion includes reminiscences of Christopher Hogwood, PBO’s new Bach releases, and Huggett’s new responsibilities with Julliard Baroque. Listen to the full interview.
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.
Many people hear us each day, but we also hear from them. If you’d like to learn what some of your fellow listeners have had to say, feel free to read the letters we’ve received. Maybe they will inspire you to contact us as well!
Ed Goldberg is sending audio updates from our All Classical journey in Cuba – find his Audio Postcards at the Classical Cuba Scrapbook. Photos from our All Classical travelers to follow upon their return home. Check back for updates along the way.
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.