April 28, 2015


Film Reviews

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 […]


KQOC Back to Full Power

Strong wind gusts took KQOC 88.1, Gleneden Beach, off the air on Feb. 11, destroying the All Classical antenna atop Cape Foulweather. The permanent replacement antenna was hoisted to the top of our 150 foot tower last night, July 2nd, and KQOC is now back on full power! Thanks for your patience while we completed this […]

The Score

Bienvenue à Paris

On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone features music from films set in the City of Lights. We’ll hear themes from Gigi, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, An American in Paris and others. The program airs at 2 p.m. on April 11.


The Other Place

Portland Playhouse presents Sharr White’s “taut, incisive puzzle play” in a production directed by Brian Weaver. Powerhouse biophysicist, wife and mother Juliana Smithton is accustomed to being the smartest person in the room—and to getting her way. A succesful pitchwoman for drugs that combat dementia, she suddenly discovers that she may be suffering symptons painfully similar to […]

Festival of Carols

Festival of Carols

All Classical’s Eighth Annual Festival of Carols continues, running through Christmas Day and offering music both festive and introspective, from traditional carols to seasonal classical favorites. Tune in anytime to make us part of your holiday celebration. (Made possible by IBEW Local 48, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, Oregon Cultural Trust, Umpqua Private Bank, and Land Rover Portland.)


SCO Round-Up

Salem Chamber Orchestra offers three events in the coming week: April 11 encompasses two of those: “Rip Up Your Stitch” features songs by Ashia & the Bison Rouge in an intimate club-like setting offering dinner and beverages. There are two different sessions: 6-7 p.m. — arrive by 5:30 to order food; and 8-9 p.m. — arrive by 7:30 to order […]

Metropolitan Opera

Live (and Early) from the Met

This weekend’s live broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera features a performance of Verdi’s Don Carlo, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and with Yonghoon Lee in the title role. Other cast members include Barbara Frittoli, Ekaterina Gubanova, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, James Morris and Ferruccio Furlanetto. This is Verdi’s longest opera, and accordingly the curtain will rise earlier than usual: 9 a.m. […]

On Deck

On Deck with Young Musicians

If you missed our April 7 live broadcast of the MetroArts Young Artist concert, tune in to On Deck this weekend, when host Christa Wessel continues to reprise those performances. The first half of the concert aired last week, and this Saturday we’ll hear the second half of the show, which features Fumika Mizuno, Emily Brother and John Fawcett […]


Lake Area Artists Show & Sale

The group holds their 49th Annual Fine Art Exhibit and Sale, featuring more than five hundred original works in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, collage and encaustic created by its 40 artist members. Exhibit hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on April 24 and 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 26, with an opening reception on […]


Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances

The Oregon Symphony Orchestra performs the complete Op. 72 collection of dances by the Czech composer, and the program is rounded out with Tapiola by Sibelius and the Piano Concerto No. 3 of Bartók, featuring Jean-Phillipe Collard as soloist. Carlos Kalmar conducts. Three performances: April 10 at 8 p.m. on the campus of Willamette University in […]