December 09, 2016


Oregon Symphony: Comfort & Joy

Norman Huynh conducts The Oregon Symphony as it presents Comfort and Joy – A Classical Christmas. A frothy holiday mix of light classical works along with your favorite seasonal songs, all capped with a traditional sing-along that will put you in the finest of Yuletide spirits. December 18 at 3 pm at the Arlene Schnitzer… More


Show your love!

Show your love for All Classical Portland and spread the word about the service you rely on. Check out the station’s selection of logo items in our Gift Shop.


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


Thursdays @ Three

Host Robert McBride brings Scott Kritzer, classical guitarist, to All Classical Portland for another program. Mr. Kritzer, known for his musical sensitivity and technical excellence, has been actively touring for over three decades and across two continents. His performances have been hailed in cities such as Frankfurt, Munich, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver (British Columbia), and… More


PSU Orchestra Remix

The PSU Orchestra explores the music of Philip Glass, Georges Bizet, and Astor Piazzolla. Philip Glass composed “Abdulmajid” as a tribute to David Bowie’s compelling instrumental work of the same title. The original composition was an outtake from Bowie’s Cold War era album, “Heroes,” recorded within a stone’s throw of the Berlin Wall in 1977. In… More


Takács Quartet: Book Signing

Friends of Chamber Music and All Classical Portland join to present Edward Dusinberre, first violin of the Takács Quartet, reading a passage from his book Beethoven for a Later Age: the Journey of a String Quartet. The book takes the reader inside the life of a string quartet, melding music history and memoir as it… 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