December 06, 2016


NW Dance Project Holiday

Northwest Dance Project is taking the dancer-made In Good Company show to the stage at Lincoln Performance Hall. Step into a whimsical winter wonderland complete with tricksters, clowns, goddesses, a magician, monsters, and more. These family-friendly, homemade for holidays shows have become a NW Dance Project and Portland tradition! Thursday December 8, Friday December 9, and… More


BodyVox: Arcane Collective

BodyVox brings acclaimed artists Morleigh Steinberg and Oguri back to Portland. A playful futility fuels Arcane Collective’s latest production ebb. Continuing their exploration into the quagmire of Beckett’s trilogy novel Molloy, including Malone Dies, The Unnamable, and Waiting for Godot, ebb weaves a tale of decrepit persistence that is nostalgic, melancholic, and touchingly humorous. “I can’t… More


Portland Symphonic Choir: Wintersong

Celebrate the sounds of the season from around the world with the 140-member Portland Symphonic Choir as they present a Portland holiday tradition. Wintersong brings audiences holiday choral music from many traditions, eras, and cultures performed by regional choral singers and instrumentalists. This year’s performance includes Shawn Kirchner’s “Behold New Joy” featuring accompaniment from brass… More


Bach Cantata Choir: Holiday Concert

The Baroque Holiday concert features:  J. Vergin, Two Medieval Carols; Schütz, Hodie Christus Natus Est; Vivaldi, Winter from The Four Seasons and J. S. Bach, Christmas Oratorio, Parts 4-6. The Bach Cantata Choir’s mission is to sing the entire set of cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach over a period of 30 years. The concert is Friday December 16 at 7:30… More


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Turn a Beetle into Beethoven!

Did you know that you can turn your old Beetle into Beethoven? All Classical Portland partners with the Center for CAR Donations of Bend to accept donations of cars, boats, RVs, and more as part of its vehicle donation program! Turn the worries of costly repairs or selling into a tax deduction that produces major benefit for your… More

John Pitman

John Pitman Recommends…

When Lara Downes crafts a recording, she explores not just themes in music but meanings and expressions.  In John Pitman’s conversation with Lara Downes, she reveals that America Again was prompted by one of the many shootings that took place earlier this year. She put aside the project she’d been working on to reconnect with… More


On Deck with Young Musicians

This Saturday host Christa Wessel talks with Katherine DesCamp-Renner, a 17-year old high school senior who credits her choir with saving her life. In the depths of depression what kept Kat going was singing with her friends in the Pacific Youth Choir. Kat opens up about the importance of music in her life this Saturday… More


Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Pops

The concert opens with Alfred Newman’s 20th Century Fox Fanfare and continues with Star Trek, Tribute to Henry Mancini and the irrepressibly cool James Bond before the record-breaking, Academy Award winning Titanic by James Horner. Hans Zimmer’s Gladiator closes out the first half, but not before the audience experiences the magic of John Williams’ Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone…. More

Played in Oregon

Played in Oregon

The three spectacular soloists who together make up the Hermitage Trio have been in Oregon a few times this year, most recently in June for the Astoria Music Festival and in March for a couple of Friends of Chamber Music concerts. This week on Played in Oregon host Brandi Parisi presents the Hermitage Trio playing… More