February 25, 2017

Played in Oregon

Host Brandi Parisi presents American and Soviet Masters. From a November concert, the Corvallis OSU Symphony Orchestra and violinist Jessica Lambert play the Violin Concerto by Barber and the Symphony Number 3 by Porkofiev. Program airs Sunday February 26 at 1 pm.

Portland Opera: Songs of Love & War

For this inaugural winter event in our very intimate studio theater, Portland Opera will feature an evening of vignettes that are just what you need to heat up a cold winter evening. Claudio Monteverdi—the first great genius of opera composers—wrote a series of madrigals that are some of the most sensual music ever created. These… More

Broadway Rose Theatre: Company

A trailblazer of the dark-comedy, modern-musical genre and winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Score, Company continues to bewitch audiences with clever storytelling and emotional resonance. On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Robert contemplates his unmarried state. Through a series of humorous and touching vignettes, his married friends… More

Third Rail – National Theatre Live: Amadeus

Music. Power. Jealousy. Third Rail Repertory Theatre presents the UK’s National Theatre Live production of Amadeus. Lucian Msamati (Luther, Game of Thrones, NT Live: The Comedy of Errors) plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast from the National Theatre, with orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in… More

Oregon Symphony: Elgar

Two brilliant masterworks make for an extraordinary musical experience. Each variation in Elgar’s most popular work is an emotional tribute to friends and family. And acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Kahane returns to perform Schumann’s thrilling tour-de-force. Christoph König, conductor. Adams: Slonimsky’s Earbox Schumann: Piano Concerto Elgar: Enigma Variations Concerts February 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30… More


As its anniversary celebration continues, In Mulieribus presents a concert of impassioned Renaissance madrigals by Monteverdi, Barbara Strozzi, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Thomas Morley, Palestrina, Orazio Vecchi and Luca Marenzio, alongside the world premiere of a new work by composer Craig Kingsbury commissioned for In Mulieribus’ tenth anniversary. Theorbist Hideki Yamaya will join In Mulieribus in… More

PYP: Winter Concert

The Portland Youth Philharmonic presents Roger Kaza, PYP alumnus (1968-74) and Principal Horn for the St. Louis Symphony. Roger returns to Portland to perform Peter Schickele‘s Pentangle for Horn and Orchestra. The concert will also feature Samuel Barber: Essay No. 1 for Orchestra and Claude Debussy: Nuages and Fêtes from “Nocturnes.” The Winter Concert is Saturday, March 4,… More

Light Opera of Portland: The Pirates of Penzance

Light Opera of Portland performs Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance,” a favorite with audiences since its first performance more than 125 years ago. It is a tale for all ages, complete with swashbuckling hijinks, clueless cops, frolicking maidens, and a famously bumbling Major-General. Directed by Dennis Britten, a 55-year veteran of musical theater, ‘Pirates’ is… More

University of Portland: Iphegenia

The University of Portland presents Iphegenia and Other Daughters by Ellen McLaughlin. A modern retelling of the House of Atreus legend that looks most intently at the women in the story. Will a horrific act of betrayal lead to a cycle of perpetual bloodshed, or can a lost sister find a way to redeem the past?… More

Portland’5: Los Romeros

Portland’5 and Portland Classic Guitar present Los Romeros, with the entire Romero Quintet including Celin, Pepe, Angel, Lito, and Celino, Over half a century after walking onto the world stage as the first classical guitar quartet, The Romeros continue to be an institution in the world of classical music, dazzling countless audiences and winning the… More