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Sunday Brunch

Posted December 24, 2020 by

Fresh Flavors on Sunday Brunch! A weekend favorite for many listeners, Suzanne Nance’s Sunday Brunch just got even more delicious. Now you can enjoy delectable foods and exquisite music from your own kitchen, alongside Suzanne and some very... More


Portland Music Therapy

Posted August 18, 2020 by

Portland Music Therapy is a branch of The Sage Center, a Holistic Health community of Alternative Health Specialists, that focuses on using Neurologic Music Therapy techniques to achieve non-musical goals like improved socialization and communication skills. They incorporate... More


Heroines of Opera

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Since the early days of opera, women composers have given us works with fascinating characters and unique perspectives. From Francesca Caccini’s 1625 opera, La liberazione di Ruggiero, to the latest installments of Shirley J. Thompson’s Heroines of Opera... More


Classical Music To Study To

Posted July 31, 2020 by

If you’re searching for that perfect playlist to study to before a big final, while writing your thesis, or just enjoying the companionship of a good book, you may have just found it. As All Classical Portland’s 2020... More


Donate your car to All Classical Portland!

Posted July 28, 2020 by

Now, you can turn that old Volvo into Vivaldi! All Classical Portland partners with CARS to accept donations of cars, boats, RVs, and more as part of its vehicle donation program! Turn worries of costly repairs or hours... More


Celebrating Composers Who Emigrated to America

Posted July 4, 2020 by

In “Coming to America: Composers Speak Out,” Theodore Wiprud interviewed a group of composers who had emigrated to America. When he asked composed Jin Hi Kim how “being a newcomer in America affected [her] career,” she discussed a... More


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