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October 25, 2014

Rodriguo OSO

OSO: Concierto de Aranjuez

Guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas joins the Oregon Symphony in a performance of Joaquin Rodrigo’s popular, iconic work. Rounding out the program are Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony, Three Latin American Dances by Gabriela Lena Frank, and Navarra by Albéniz arranged for orchestra. Carlos Kalmar conducts. Three performances: October 25 at 7:30 p.m., October 26 at 2 p.m., […]


On Deck

On Deck with Talia Dugan

This 17-year-old high school junior plays principal clarinet with the Portland Youth Philharmonic. In the next installment of On Deck, we’ll learn about the challenges her instrument poses and hear how playing in musical ensembles has boosted Talia’s self–confidence.  She also confesses her deep love of all things Disney. Hear her with host Christa Wessel at […]


Antiques

Antique & Collectible Show

Christine Palmer & Associates present over one thousand booths featuring vintage items at the Portland Expo Center, October 25 and 26, with early admission on October 24. See details.


Club Mod

Puget Sounds

On the next Club Mod, host Robert McBride samples mod-worthy recordings by the Seattle Symphony under Music Directors Gerard Schwarz and Ludovic Morlot. The program airs at 8 p.m. on October 25.


OPACA

October Extravaganza

Dr. Jeff Specht leads the Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in a concert in the Chapel at Mary’s Woods. The program includes Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, Four Norwegian Dances by Grieg, the English Folk Song Suite of Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Richard Strauss’ Op. 7 Serenade. October 25 at 7:30 p.m. Check with OPACO for […]


Marionette Theater

Salzburg Marionette Theater

Friends of Chamber Music brings one of the last remaining full-time European marionette theaters to town, teamed with the brilliant American pianist Orion Weiss for a single appearance in Portland State University’s Lincoln Performance Hall, with a program inspired by Debussy’s La Boîte à joujou. October 26 at 3 p.m. Check with FOCM for details and […]


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Thursdays @ Three

On the next Thursdays @ Three, we’ll hear guitarist Scott Kritzer and resident pianist Susan McDaniel compare two versions of Asturias by Isaac Albeniz: the original for piano and the equally-popular transcription for guitar. Scott will also play some of his arrangements, including Die Leiermann by Schubert and the aria Nessun Dorma by Puccini. Audience reservations for that […]


Dial M

Dial M for Murder

Bag & Baggage Productions presents Frederick Knott’s dark tale of jealousy and greed, and the basis for Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same title. Motivated by his wife Margot’s large fortune and a previous infidelity, Tony Wendice decides it’s high time to murder her. In need of an alibi, he blackmails an old friend into doing […]


heart of the valley

Now On the Air in Corvallis

We’re now on the air in Corvallis at 95.7FM! All Classical Portland welcomes residents in the “Heart of the Valley” to our wonderful community of listeners. In addition to Corvallis, the new station also serves Philomath and Albany. Thanks to all those that helped make this station a reality for All Classical Portland. We hope you […]


The Piano Lesson

The Piano Lesson

For its sixth production from August Wilson’s American Century Cycle, Portland Playhouse offers The Piano Lesson, widely considered Wilson’s greatest work. Winner of the Pulitzer, Tony, and Peabody awards when it premiered in 1990, the play transports us to post-Depression, Great Migration-era Pittsburgh in 1936. Boy Willie returns home with a plan to sell his family’s […]