Kristina Becker

My love of classical music began when I was eight years old in ballet class. I heard Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky, and I was hooked! Eventually my participation in the arts moved on to technical theatre and internships at multiple art museums. I attended the University of Montana, majoring in Technical Theatre with an emphasis in Costume Design and Minor in Art History. After graduation, my career took me towards the medical field, where I worked in Administration for about 10 years, both in Montana and Oregon. When I moved to Portland five years ago, All Classical was the first radio station I discovered – and the dial hasn’t moved since. It is an immense honor and pleasure to be the Office Manager of this fine station, and for my love of music and the arts to come full circle. Outside of work, I enjoy hiking, reading, and eating the amazing food Portland has to offer!

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Latest blog entries from Kristina Becker:

KSLC: Temporary service disruption

KSLC McMinnville is experiencing a temporary service outage today, March 26, 2024, due to a power outage in the area. Our engineers are working hard to restore service as swiftly as possible. Listeners can tune in to All Classical Radio until the temporary disruption is resolved, and any time, using the live player at allclassical.org or… More


KQAC/KSLC: Possible Service Disruption

KQAC 89.9 Portland/Vancouver and KSLC 90.3 McMinnville listeners may be experiencing a slight disruption in service due to freezing rain, ice, and snow in the area. You can listen to All Classical Radio any time at allclassical.org or on our free mobile app. Our engineers are working hard to ensure the best possible service at all times. Thank… More


All Classical Radio’s 2024 Young Artist in Residence + Youth Ambassadors!

All Classical Radio is proud to announce 15-year-old composer, trombonist, and vocalist Elaina Stuppler as its 2024 Young Artist in Residence. A sophomore at Lakeridge High School, Elaina has performed at Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House, Grammy Museum, and at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. She is Co-Principal Trombonist of the Portland… More


KQAC: Possible Service Disruption 2/19-2/23

KQAC Portland 89.9 will be broadcasting from our auxiliary site for a couple hours each day this week (Monday 2/19 to Friday 2/23) due to scheduled repairs being made on our main broadcast tower. Disruption of service may be noticed in our distant and shadowed listening areas. You can listen to All Classical Radio any time… More


Portland Piano International: Eric Lu

“journeys away and returns to the beloved place”” Eric Lu, pianist, plays Bach, Schubert, Handel, Mendelssohn, and Chopin at Lincoln Performance Hall at PSU, on May 5, 2024 at 4:00 pm, and at The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, May 7, 2024; 7:30 pm (with intermission). Total running time is approximately two hours. Learn… More


Portland Youth Philharmonic: Season 100

The nation’s first youth orchestra returns to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall with five exciting performances to mark their 100th season! Celebrate Portland’s most dedicated young musicians as they perform both classical favorites and rarely-heard works, bringing an unrivaled energy to each piece. Learn more about the entire season below or at www.portlandyouthphil.org This Midnight… More


KQAC: Possible service disruption

KQAC Portland listeners may experience short service disruptions around 11:00 PM PT on Monday night, September 11, 2023, due to planned tower maintenance and testing. You can listen to All Classical Portland any time at allclassical.org or on our free mobile app. Our engineers are working hard to ensure the best possible service at all times. Thank… More


Portland Baroque Orchestra 40th Anniversary Season

Portland Baroque Orchestra is offering subscriptions and single tickets for their 40th anniversary season. Newly-named Artistic Director Julian Perkins will lead the orchestra in intimate concerts featuring audience favorites alongside lesser-known gems, including Handel’s Messiah, a beloved holiday tradition played on all period instruments. Learn more at www.pbo.org “I am both honored and excited to… More


Oregon Symphony: Choose Your Own Series

With Oregon Symphony’s Choose Your Own Series, you can enjoy the music you love, with the concerts you want – on your own schedule. Just choose three or more eligible concerts, and you’re done! Prices start at just $18 per ticket. You’ll also enjoy these subscriber perks: Learn more at www.orsymphony.org or download the “Choose… More


Portland Columbia Symphony Season Tickets

Portland Columbia Symphony is excited to share a season that promises delight and discovery, authentic personalities, and spiritual uplift – a season of music that moves you. And you’ll notice that we are moving ourselves too! With concerts in Portland, Gresham, and Beaverton, your Portland Columbia Symphony will be creating unforgettable juxtapositions between the pillars of… More


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