May 29, 2015


ART: 4000 Miles

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 […]


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Did you know you can support All Classical Portland year-round without spending anything extra? Don’t let another dollar go untapped! Visit our Support page for information about Fred Meyer Rewards, AmazonSmile, and our electronics recycling and vehicle donation programs today!


Thank you for delicious food!

Patronize the generous establishments that in turn support the station you love! We offer our sincere thanks to the restaurants and caterers who donated delicious food during our fall fundraiser, helping sustain and nourish our hard-working volunteers. For a list of these food donors and links to their websites, click here.

heart of the valley

All Classical featured in The Corvallis Advocate!

Now on the air in Corvallis at 95.7FM, read about our new presence in the “Heart of the Valley” in The Corvallis Advocate! The new station also serves Philomath and Albany with crystal clear sound quality from the top of a mountain on the OSU campus.


45 Hours of Music!

For your donation at the $1,500 level you can have your very own iPod nano, loaded with 40 CDs of the greatest music ever written! Make your gift online or call 1-888-899-5722 today. Take a look at all of our thank you gifts here.


John Pitman’s CD Reviews Blog

Discover quality new recordings through John Pitman’s CD reviews blog, featuring newly released recordings of classical music. As the music director of All Classical, John auditions dozens of new CDs every month, focusing on titles that stand out in terms of performance, repertoire or recording quality. Get a behind-the-scenes perspective on what drives the aesthetics of our programming, and some […]

On Deck

On Deck with Young Musicians

For the next episode of On Deck, host Christa Wessels travels to the far reaches of Northeastern Oregon to visit a summer camp in the woods. “Woodwinds at Wallowa Lake” brings world-class faculty—many of whom are members of the Oregon Symphony—to kids who otherwise wouldn’t have access to such high level musical instruction. These young artists spend a […]

Events Calendar

Your Arts Guide

Our Cultural Events Calendar enables you to find an event that will satisfy your need for live performances of music, theater and dance – as well as the occasional art exhibit or art film. You’ll discover comprehensive performance listings for the next several weeks, with information and links to help you get ahead with the goal of […]


All Classical presents Liberace: A Birthday Celebration!

David Saffert’s performances channeling the legendary pianist played to sold-out houses during the Fertile Ground Festival, and his appearance on Thursdays@Three electrified the audience. Now All Classical brings him to the Curious Comedy Theater for an evening of kaleidoscopic keyboard exuberance. With musical direction by Bo Ayars — the real Liberace’s music director during 1973-86 — this revival […]


Bach’s St. John Passion

Portland Baroque Orchestra joins with the Trinity choir and world-class soloists from across the country in Bach’s dramatic setting of the Passion, with two performances: March 29 at 5 p.m. and March 30 at 7 p.m. At Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. Get tickets online or by calling 503-478-1230. Tickets also available at the door.