Portland’5 and Portland Classic Guitar present Los Romeros, with the entire Romero Quintet including Celin, Pepe, Angel, Lito, and Celino, Over half a century after walking onto the world stage as the first classical guitar quartet, The Romeros continue to be an institution in the world of classical music, dazzling countless audiences and winning the… More
Join All Classical Portland this Thursday, March 9 for VERY special programming in coordination with our Spring Fundraiser, and celebrating some of our favorite local arts organizations! It is with great excitement that Thursdays @ Three host Robert McBride presents Monica Huggett, Artistic Director, and members of the Portland Baroque Orchestra, with Canadian soprano Suzie… More
One of the core values held by All Classical Portland is a deep commitment to integrating the music of minority composers and performers into its beautiful tapestry of year-round offerings. Excellence in programming wouldn’t be possible without it! Black History Month offers an opportunity to showcase and highlight that commitment by reinvigorating the playlist with… More
We are thrilled to announce that Mark O’Connor & the O’Connor Band won this year’s Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album of the Year!! It is so well-deserved and we couldn’t be happier. (This is Mark O’Connor’s third Grammy win.) Mark and the Band were just here in Portland in mid-December and will be back next Christmas on December… More
This week on Thursday @ Three, host Robert McBride presents clarinetist Louis DeMartino, bassoonist Adam Trussell, and pianist Cary Lewis. Louis DeMartino recently moved to Portland, Oregon, where he performs with the Northwest New Music Ensemble and the Third Angle Ensemble. Louis is a member of the faculty of the University of Oregon School of… More
They’re known as the First Family of the guitar; host Andrea Murray will preview the upcoming performance by Los Romeros. Plus: the Portland Baroque Orchestra performs 17th Century songs based on Shakespeare plays, with Baroque Soprano Suzie LeBlanc. Program airs Thursday March 2 at 6 pm.
Tenor sensation Vittorio Grigolo is Werther, the young poet who seeks the unattainable love of the beautiful Charlotte, sung by mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard. Edward Gardner conducts Richard Eyre’s visual feast of a production. One of opera’s greatest depictions of impossible love, Werther is based on Goethe’s epistolary novel The Sorrows of Young Werther. A sensation when… More
The Metropolitan Youth Symphony has provided 17-year old cellist Tommy Cohen with seven years of wonderful experiences, but two specific events rank as his most memorable: one was a recent trip to China, and the other was an interaction with Yo-Yo Ma that led to the famous cellist actually playing Tommy’s cello. For the full… More
Cappella Romana performs gorgeous sacred music from Finland and bassoonist Keith Buncke plays the Suite Number 2 from The Three Cornered Hat. As well, Beethoven’s Serioso quartet and a Bach arrangement for cello quartet and double bass. Brandi Parisi hosts the program which airs Sunday March 5 at 1 pm.
For Women’s History Month, host Robert McBride presents women composers, then and now. Among the featured composers: Ruth Crawford Seeger, Vivian Fine, Jennifer Higdon, and Sofia Gubaidulina. Ruth Crawford Seeger was an American modernist composer active primarily during the 1920s and 1930s and an American folk music specialist from the late 1930s until her death. She… More