August 25, 2016

On Deck

On Deck with Liam Dubay

This 16-year old is not only a singer and pianist, but a cellist as well — a very well-rounded musician, which shouldn’t come as a big surprise, given that his mom is a violinist in the Portland Baroque Orchestra and his dad plays violin in the Oregon Symphony.  Join host Christa Wessel to learn more about Liam this Saturday, July… More

Saturday Matinee

Saturday Matinee

On his next show, host Ed Goldberg offers Leontyne Price singing “Vissi d’arte” from Puccini’s Tosca, Maxim Vengerov as soloist in the virtuosic Violin Concerto No. 1 of Paganini, and Christa Ludwig sprightly explaining how she’s “Easily Assimilated,” from Bernstein’s Candide. And that’s only the tip of the musical Goldberg during this weekend’s four-hour eclectic cavalcade of opera, operetta, musical… More

Played in Oregon

Played in Oregon

This weekend, host Brandi Parisi reprises portions of a November concert given by the Dali Quartet, who in the spirit of their namesake, embrace imagination, excellence, and an eclectic approach to music. They’ve been called the freshest voice in classical and Latin American music, and in these excerpts we’ll hear works from Cuba, Venezuela, Spain and Brazil…. More

Summer Sings

PSC: Summer Sings!

The Portland Symphonic Choir once more offers three classical choral sing-a-longs for summer. Any singer may join members of PSC to share the power and joy of singing in air-conditioned comfort in the MAHB Auditorium at PCC Cascade. Scores for the evening are provided, and all are welcome to sing or simply listen to these community choral… More

NW Dance

Summer Dance Intensive

See the future of dance as a new generation of great dancers take the stage at this special showcase, the culmination of Northwest Dance Project’s Summer Dance Intensive — a training, creation and mentoring project for pre-professional dancers. The group of developing young artists were selected from auditions held across North America for four focused and challenging weeks… More


Celtic Crossing

Portland Revels presents Celtic Crossing, a celebration of the Winter Solstice. This year, Revels transports audiences to the late 19th century, aboard one of the last immigrant sailing ships to cross the Atlantic from Ireland to New York. To properly say goodbye to their past, the travelers decide to hold an American Wake, a traditional send-off… More

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Thank you! You did it!

Goal met! You did it! The financial books for 2015/16 are closed and balanced! If you made a contribution, you were part of the best year yet at All Classical Portland. Thank you, thank you, thank you! If you’ve not yet made your tax-deductible gift, or would like to add to a previous gift, please do so with… More

Met Opera

Backstage & Butterfly

This weekend’s live broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera features a production of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, with a cast that includes Kristine Opolais, Maria Zifchak and Roberto Alagna. Karel Mark Chichon conducts. Preceding the 10 a.m. performance, Brandi Parisi and Portland Opera General Director Christopher Mattaliano discuss the work and opera in general during their monthly half-hour segment, Backstage… More

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An Appalachian Christmas – 25% OFF, this week ONLY!

Our annual holiday concert at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall featuring Mark O’Connor & Friends takes place on Wednesday evening, December 14th. Hailed by critics from the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Los Angeles Times as a top 10 album of the holiday season, An Appalachian Christmas has become an enduring American classic. This year we’re… More

The Score

Playing Politic

The the next installment of The Score, host Edmund Stone samples music from films about politics, including The Manchurian Candidate, All the President’s Men, Milk, and My Fellow Americans. The program airs at 2 p.m. on July 16.