Ever heard a piece on All Classical that’s new to you but missed the title, or caught a performance of a well-known work that you’d love to have but failed to hear who was playing? If so, then just go to our newly revised Playlist Page to find out what that music was and who was performing […]
You listen to All Classical to enjoy the music at home, at work or on the go – but when you develop an itch for live performance or perhaps a desire to see a play, film or ballet, we invite you to consult our Cultural Events Calendar. You’ll find comprehensive listings for the next several weeks, with information […]
All Classical Portland mobile apps are now available! This has been a very popular request and now we’re thrilled to offer these free apps. Stream our radio station anywhere, anytime. Check out our mobile apps web page for more information.
Our weekend Request Show with host Edmund Stone airs Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5. If it’s a bassoon sonata or a Renaissance ballade you’re yearning for, and it’s in our library, Edmund will consider your musical desires. Send your requests as soon as possible to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On The Aisle is a film review panel discussion featuring Ed Goldberg and a collection of Portland’s best film critics. Goldberg and friends gather almost every week to review the latest films in their collectively smart way. Whether it’s a controversial sci-fi film or a superhero film about a Marvel comic character, the reviews are sure […]
The All Classical Portland mobile app is now available for Android. We had many requests for the Android version app, and we’re excited to offer it free to our listeners. Stream our radio station anywhere, anytime. See our mobile apps web page at this link.
Both an author and an interviewer of authors, All Classical’s Ed Goldberg offers a program of discussion with local and touring writers. From Laura Lippman talking about her latest literary crime novel to Hedrick Smith analyzing the financial meltdown of four years ago, you’ll hear lively chat and gain some insights. Catch this web-only feature […]
On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone plays themes from film about people bent on revenge. From Moby Dick and Kill Bill to High Noon and Unforgiven, we’ll listen to music for settling scores. Settle in for The Score, beginning at 2 p.m. on April 12.
Over the last several weeks, we’ve met the young musicians who appeared in this year’s MetroArts Young Artist Concert. Tune in April 12 at 5 p.m. to hear more of those performances — we aired the first half of them last Saturday.
On the next Club Mod, host Robert McBride lets Neville Marriner take the stage just before the conductor’s 90th birthday, which comes up next Tuesday. Although Marriner is perhaps more famous for recordings of Mozart, Bach and other music of centuries past, we’ll hear him try his hand at more recent compositions by Stravinsky, Honegger, […]