In celebration of our 30th anniversary, All Classical is re-locating to the 2nd floor of the Hampton Opera Building, tripling its current space in a facility that will be conveniently located and frequently enjoyed by fans who love this music.
Right now, through a generous $150,000 matching grant from the Joyce N. Furman Memorial Trust, your gift of any amount will be matched dollar for dollar.
Individuals, businesses, and foundations have already contributed or pledged nearly 90% of the $2 million campaign goal. If you’d like to learn more about this exciting project, tour the facility, or donate, please contact email@example.com or call 503-802-9400.
Have a question about All Classical’s move? Check out our On the Move FAQs.
To hear more about the move listen to this special audio feature from host Andrea Murray.
Here are just a few of the reasons our staff are excited about the move.
“I’m looking forward to the increased visibility the station will have, so this service can be shared with and enjoyed by more Portlanders (and their friends around the world). Cohabitating with one of our Key Cultural Arts Partners is a great benefit of our new space too – I can’t wait for all the creative energy to start flowing down by the river!” – Andrea Rennie, Executive Assistant
“For me, it’s to have a space with the capacity to welcome our members for open houses and events.” – Katherine Lefever, Assistant Director of Member Services
“This new hub of creative energy will be a perfect match for the classical music that brings inspiration and emotional wellbeing to so many people.” – Mary Evjen, Director of Communications & Volunteers
“The new facility will give us much-needed space for us to be able to produce the best radio possible. We will once again have a space where musicians can drop by, play music, and share it with listeners. It’s going to be fantastic!” – John Pitman, Music Director
To give you an idea of what our new home will be like check out the renderings below. And stay tuned for photo updates on the space as it evolves during construction. Thank you to Portland Tribune for helping us get the word out about the move. Read all about it on their website.
In honor of our Anniversary, check out the All Classical Portland 30th Anniversary video.