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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.
This is the first ever CD of music from The Score! Edmund Stone personally selected the pieces on this CD including music from films such as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, The Godfather, Lord of the Rings, and The Empire Strikes Back. Donate $150 or more to get your copy! Track listing below:
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Congratulations to Sara from West Linn and Dennis from SW Portland! Sara is the winner of our Grand Prize Trip to Italy. It’s not too late to join Sara and on-air host Christa Wessel on this amazing journey – learn more here. Dennis is the winner of our New Donor Prize, the Golden Ticket!
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Jazz legend James Carter joins Carlos Kalmar and the Oregon Symphony for a rousing All-American concert. Carter is heard in Sierra’s Saxophone Concerto, and the program is rounded out with Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, and the Concerto for Orchestra by Rouse. Four performances: May 8 at 8 p.m. […]
If there were an All-Star Game for Portland chamber music, the players would undoubtedly include pianist Janet Guggenheim, cellist Hamilton Cheifitz, and violinists Greg Ewer, Adam LaMotte and Carol Sindell. This weekend, all five do team up — for quintets by Dvorák and Dohnányi — and we’ll get a preview on our program devoted to upcoming cultural […]
Artists Repertory Theatre presents Amy Herzog’s subtle comedic drama — and Pulitzer Prize finalist — in this production directed by Alana Byington. Twenty-one-year-old Leo bikes across the country to arrive unannounced at his 91-year-old grandmother’s Manhattan apartment. Burdened by inertia while trying to escape his past, the young man’s world views are rattled by the elderly woman’s recollection of […]