On this weekend’s show, host Brandi Parisi highlights the season with Nordic Voices singing a song to the first day of Spring and Chamber Music Northwest’s premiere of Peter Schickele’s clarinet quintet titled Spring Forward. We’ll also hear Portland Youth Philharmonic Concerto Competition winner Anna Larson perform, along with a few of Brahms’ Hungarian Dances played by Anne-Marie… More
This Portland Youth Philharmonic concert features winners of PYP’s Soloist Competition and Anatol Lladov’s Eight Russian Folk Songs. PYP’s final concert of the season also includes a performance of Zoltán Kodláy’s Peacock Variations. May 1 at 4 p.m. in Schnitzer Concert Hall. Reserve tickets.
On this Sunday’s show, host Brandi Parisi features a recent concert by the Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra. One participant in those performances was Keith Buncke, a 22-year-old Lake Oswego native who played with PCSO as a teenager and is now Principal Bassoon with the Chicago Symphony. We’ll hear works by Enescu, De Falla, Weber and Rimsky-Korsakov…. More
Simone Lamsma joins the Oregon Symphony for a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. Paul Ghun Kim conducts the program, which also includes Shostakovich’s First Symphony and the Helios Overture of Nielsen. Three performances in Schnitzer Concert Hall: April 23 at 7:30 p.m., April 24 at 2 p.m., and April 25 at 8 p.m. Reserve tickets…. More
On the next edition of The Score, host Edmund Stone uncovers some diamonds in the rough — at least in the realm of film music. We’ll hear themes from Dracula 1979, Mr. Holmes and Death on the Nile, among others. The program airs at 2 p.m. on April 16.
Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra presents a special showing of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller at the Hollywood Theatre on April 25 at 7 p.m. All Classical’s Edmund Stone serves as host, and prior to the film, pianist Sara Buechner performs Bernard Herrmann’s iconic score for the movie live, previewing PCSO’s “American Innovation” concert on April 29 and… More
Both prolific and modernist, German composer Wolfgang Rihm is musical director of the Institute of New Music and Media at the University of Music Karlsruhe, and he has been composer in residence at both the Lucerne Festival and the Salzburg Festival. Last year, he received the Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition, sponsored by the University of… More
Tune in to this week’s Club Mod for a special LIVE broadcast brought to you by fEARnoMUSIC and featuring renowned composer/vocalist Corey Dargel and composer/violinist Cornelius Dufallo. Called “The prince of postclassical song” and “one of contemporary music’s brightest lights” by TimeOut magazine, Dargel writes and performs exquisitely crafted music that defies categorization but connects with audiences of… More
This Friday April 15th at The Historic Old Church, join the charismatic and highly-acclaimed Portland-based string quartet, Mousai Remix and flutist Amelia Lukas for an exciting program that provides a window into a pivotal period in American music history: “Dvořák and the Boston Six.” A pioneering group of composers known as the “Boston Six” created the… More
Northwest Dance Project offers the premiere of Ihsan Rustem’s fourth creation for the company, set alongside Artistic Director Sarah Slipper’s Airys and Trace in Loss by Alex Soares. March 17–19 in the Newmark Theatre. Reserve tickets.