Like you, we have been closely watching what is happening with COVID-19, around the world and at home. We are following the recommended guidelines of local, state, and national officials, and although we cannot welcome our audience back to the Roger O. Doyle studio just yet, we are able to safely host very small groups of musicians for live performances! In addition to these socially distanced live acts, there will be At Home T@T concerts as well as curated Best of T@T shows for your listening pleasure.
See who will be performing on the show this month (below), and join host Christa Wessel every Thursday at 3pm by tuning in to All Classical Portland or listening via our online stream.
- September 3 – Pianist Maria Garcia live from the Roger O. Doyle Performance Studio
- September 10 – At Home with Pianist Susan Chan Re-broadcast
- September 17 – At Home with Cellist Hekun Wu and Pianist Elise Yun Re-broadcast
- September 24 – At Home with Flutist Martha Long
Check back on this page for more information about when the show will be open to the public again. We look forward to welcoming you to a future event soon!
Thursdays @ Three Host Christa Wessel
Since arriving here from North Carolina in 2007, I’ve traveled all around the state and have fallen in love with the high deserts of Eastern Oregon and the magically blue waters of Crater Lake. I also relish a stormy weekend at the Oregon Coast.
I adore the natural beauty of Oregon as much as I cherish the cultural beauty of our region. I could easily find myself in a concert hall every night of the week! I enjoy it all: early music, contemporary music, symphonic music and opera. So as not to exhaust myself I deliberately set aside time to play nerdy board games with friends, or will reserve a lazy afternoon to read a big novel. (I adore Franzen, Eugenides, Chabon and the like.)
I had once hoped to be a professional French horn player – I attended Northwestern University with that aspiration – but I graduated with a Bachelors of Music in Arts Administration. I still tootle my horn occasionally, and also enjoy picking up a ukulele from time to time.
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