Stay tuned for our summer Artist in Residence recital this August featuring Adam Eccleston. (Pictured above)
All Classical Portland is deeply rooted in our local community and we remain committed to being a platform for our friends in the Portland arts, music, food, and culture scene. We hope you will tune in or listen online for this special programming, and share in the splendor and talent our community has to offer!
Remember – you can catch up on recent programs you’ve missed in our Audio Archive.
All Classical Portland chooses to recognize July 4th with great intention, to honor and recognize American (U.S.A.) composers of all backgrounds, and to continually renew our commitment to doing so every day throughout the year.
On Saturday July 4th, tune in to All Classical Portland for special programming throughout the day including Fanfare on ‘Amazing Grace’ by African American composer Adolphus Hailstork; the Symphony No. 4 from 1945, by Florence Price, and “The River” suite by Duke Ellington.
Saturday Matinee, 10am-2pm
Through music, Ed Goldberg celebrates the beauty of our natural landscape, the diversity of this country’s people and cultures, and the extraordinary artistic achievements born out of this soil.
The Score, 2pm; The Making of America
We recognize the 4th of July with movies and moments about the birth and evolution of these United States; with music and moments from George Washington: The Forging of a Nation, John Adams, Jefferson in Paris, Amistad, Lincoln, The Patriot, and a few more.
The Concert Hall, 7pm; American Favorites for the Fourth of July
This week on The Concert Hall join host John Pitman and tune in to live performances of two Gershwin favorites: Rhapsody in Blue (Kirill Gerstein), and An American in Paris (Buffalo Philharmonic/JoAnn Falletta).
Where We Live is a monthly radio program that celebrates the arts and community leaders; recognizes movements; and addresses issues explored through art.
July 4th, Essential Sounds, Oregon Symphony
The Oregon Symphony is paying tribute to hospital, food service, and other essential workers with an online series called “Essential Sounds.” Andrea Murray talks with the series co-producer, composer Gabriel Kahane.
Sunday Brunch host Suzanne Nance loves to explore our classical and foodie culture, and what better way than to go straight to the chefs of some of our most beloved restaurants! Together, Suzanne and the culinary artists of the Pacific Northwest will explore music through the idea of comfort food, provide recipes, and chat about the joy of cooking, all paired with lush, beautifully crafted music. Download recipes and cook along at allclassical.org/sunday-brunch
Celebrating the music and music makers of the live classical music scene in Oregon, with host Brandi Parisi.
July 5th, Dark Horse Consort
As Chamber Music Northwest presents a virtual Summerfest concert series, this week on Played in Oregon we’ll hear performances from two Chamber Music Northwest concerts at Alberta Rose Theater in October...the early music ensemble Dark Horse Consort plays works written for 16th century brass ensemble from England, Germany and Italy, and the Rolston String Quartet plays Mendelssohn.