April 26, 2015

Gordon House

Music at the Gordon House

The Northwest Piano Trio presents a concert of Haydn, Bernstein and Brahms at the historic home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wine-tasting begins at 7 p.m. and the music at 7:30 p.m., featuring violinist Heather Mastel-Lipson, cellist Hannah Hillebrand, and Susan McDaniel playing the Gordon House’s Blüthner half concert grand piano. Visit the Gordon House for more […]


Bootlegger’s Ball

Portland Opera Guild’s annual gala offers an evening of Speakeasy, with music from John Bennett and performances by Portland Opera Residents Artists Alexander Elliott, Ian José Ramirez and Katrina Galka — plus Resident Artist, mezzo Caitlin Mathes — in support of opera activities in the community. April 4 at 6:30 p.m. in Coopers Hall, 404 […]

American Voices

American Voices

The University of Portland Orchestra presents a program featuring works by American composers, including Copland’s A Lincoln Portrait, with All Classical’s Edmund Stone providing narration. The concert will also offer the premiere of Prometheus, composed by UP senior Dana Coppernoll-Houston, and arias performed by the 2014 Student Concerto/Aria Contest winner, Amelia Seglar. April 21 at […]


Pastoral Symphony

Dr. Jeffrey Specht leads the Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra in a concert with two popular works: Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony and Schumann’s Piano Concerto, featuring soloist Susan Smith. In the Chapel at Mary’s Woods in Marylhurst, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. Check with OPACO for ticket reservations.


The Complete Chopin

David Rothman has been performing all the works for solo piano by Frédéric Chopin in recitals at The Old Church on alternate Wednesdays, and the last one is coming up at 7:30 p.m. on April 22. Rothman was awarded a piano scholarship at age ten to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey, England. Among his teachers […]

Played in Oregon

Played in Oregon

On the next edition of our program devoted to past local concerts, host Brandi Parisi offers performances from last summer’s Britt Festival in Jacksonville. We’ll hear Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 and the Overture to Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman, both played during Teddy Abrams’ first season as the festival’s Artistic Director. The program airs at 1 […]

Met in HD

Cav and Pag From the Met

Our next broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera features the classic double bill of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. Marcelo Álvarez sings the dual tenor roles of Turiddu in the first work and Canio in the second. Eva-Maria Westbroek and Patricia Racette are the unlucky heroines, and George Gagnidze sings both Alfio and Tonio. Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi is […]

The Score

Remembering Mancini 

On the next edition of The Score, family members share their recollections of the late Henry Mancini. Host Edmund Stone talks with the composer’s son Chris and wife Ginny, touching on — among other things — Mancini’s award-winning music for Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Days of Wine and Roses, A Touch of Evil and more. The program airs at […]

The Score

True Crime

On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone features themes from films about real-life criminals, including music from Bonnie and Clyde and Catch Me If You Can. The program airs at 2 p.m. on April 18.

On Deck

On Deck

Spencer Shaffer is a 17-year-old trombonist who LOVES classical music. An avid All Classical listener, he plays his instrument at every opportunity: at school, in small ensembles, and with the Portland Youth Philharmonic. In fact, he plays so much that he’s developed tendonitis, which makes it hard for him to keep doing what he loves. This weekend, host Christa Wessel […]