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Sunday Brunch

Posted October 23, 2020 by

Fresh Flavors on Sunday Brunch! A weekend favorite for many listeners, Suzanne Nance’s Sunday Brunch is more delicious than ever. Tune in to enjoy delectable foods and exquisite music from your own kitchen, as Suzanne brings you featured... More

Musical Connections

Posted August 31, 2020 by

Music can play a powerful role in fostering friendships, artistic collaborations, and memorable meetings. All Classical Portland keeps you connected to music, artists, and arts organizations of the Pacific Northwest by sharing this music we love with you,... More

2020 Artists in Residence Recital Broadcast

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Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the recording of All Classical Portland’s 2020 Artists in Residence Recital! If you missed the broadcast, you can listen on-demand on our Audio Archive to hear what flutist Adam Eccleston and pianist Natalie... More

Classical Pups

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We often hear from listeners whose pets enjoy listening to All Classical Portland, so you may already know a pup who loves classical music. There have also been quite a few classical musicians who love dogs. We’ll meet... 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

John Pitman Review: Guitarist Sharon Isbin

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Following soon on the heels of her recording with Pacifica Quartet (Souvenirs of Spain and Italy), American guitarist Sharon Isbin has been keeping busy talking about not one, but two new recordings: Affinity, and Strings for Peace. The... 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