We love this music…and we know you do, too! Please make your gift today to support this valuable cultural resource. Right now, the music needs your support. Thanks to 1964 donors, we have already raised $178,891 towards the spring drive goal of $280,000. A generous group of anonymous donors challenge you to make a new or… More
Make your gift today to support our Spring fundraising campaign and you’ll be entered to win a fabulous Portland Staycation, including tickets to see Joshua Bell perform with the Oregon Symphony, Portland Opera’s production of Rigoletto, and dinner with some of your favorite All Classical Portland hosts! The package also includes a two-night stay at… More
Nominate All Classical Portland for Willamette Week’s Best of Portland 2018! Choose “Media and Entertainment” and be sure to nominate in these three categories! Best Radio Station Best Radio Personality Best Local Podcast Nominations run through April 14 and the top five make it to the final voting round which begins on May 16. Winners… More
This week on The Score, there’s something in the water as we enjoy moments and music from Erin Brokovich, The Shape of Water, Jaws, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Water Horse, and more. Host Edmund Stone presents The Score Saturday, March 17 at 2pm.
Mariana Ramirez Godinez is an 18-year old violinist. She is currently a member of the orchestra at Pacific University. She loves classical music, but her involvement with it is due largely to her involvement in a mariachi band. You can find out more about Mariana’s curious journey Saturday, March 17 at 5pm On Deck with… More
Host Andrea Murray plays selections from Julia Wolfe’s Anthracite Fields, winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize. Also on the program is music by Arvo Pärt, Haushka, and more. Club Mod airs Saturday, March 17 at 9pm.
Christine Goerke sings her first Elektra at the Met in Patrice Chéreau’s landmark production, a sensation at its Met premiere last spring, which The Wall Street Journal called “revolutionary … a triumph on all fronts.” Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Strauss’s shattering score, a tour de force for the singers and the orchestra alike. The opera airs Saturday, March… More
Sarah Slipper’s distinctly dark, theatrical, and vivid choreography takes on Henrik Ibsen’s incomparable 19th century play, Hedda Gabler, a classic of realism and world drama, with an original score by Owen Belton, and a striking set by Luis Crespo. With the second work on the program, Flamingo 37, and for the first time since his US choreographic… More
Shaking the Tree Theatre presents Shakespeare’s Macbeth, directed by Samantha Van Der Merwe, where “fair is foul and foul is fair.” Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy, Macbeth summons up dusk and midnight and at last a poor player struts and frets with empty sound and fury. It is a play about how dreams become nightmares, how a castle that… More
Drama and passion are embodied in two works considered among the finest musical examples of the 19th century. The Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra welcomes the return of extraordinary pianist Sara Davis Buechner performing one of the most beautiful piano concertos in the repertoire. Antonin Dvorak’s dramatic and intense Symphony No. 7 closes this concert. The… More