October 19, 2017

Hollywood Theatre Matinee

Celebrate the spirit of Halloween at this spooky fun event for guests ages 10 and up! Join All Classical Portland and host Edmund Stone for a screening of “Coraline,” the 2009 first feature film from Portland-based animation studio LAIKA at the Hollywood Theatre, Sunday, October 22 at 2pm. This dark fantasy film was an immediate… More

WARNING: Spoofed Emails

Many organizations are currently experiencing “spoofed” emails. In order to keep you safe, if you have received an email that appears to come from All Classical Portland regarding an overdue invoice, or a payment of a large amount, this is not a legitimate message. What to do if you get a spam email from All… More


Announcing our NEW Youth Roving Reporters Project All Classical Portland will select five young people (ages 15 – 21) as roving reporters who will learn key storytelling skills and emerge as arts ambassadors for their communities. The All Classical Portland On-Air team will mentor these young reporters, providing them with guidance and insight on what… More

A Cultural Cornucopia

Here in Portland, we live in a land of plenty… especially when it comes to the arts! Farmers aren’t the only ones reaping their harvest this time of year. Cultural offerings abound during the autumn months, and All Classical Portland’s Cultural Events Calendar is the perfect place to peruse the choices! This amazing resource won recognition in Willamette… More

Meet Lynnsay Maynard

Producer and host Lynnsay Maynard will make some guest appearances on All Classical Portland’s Northwest Previews over the next few months, thanks to the generosity of our Seattle sister station KING FM. We love Lynnsay’s style and think she’ll be a great fit for the show! Learn about Lynnsay in her bio below. From coastal… More

Thursdays @ Three

This week on Thursdays @ Three, clarinetist David Hattner and pianist Chuck Dillard grace us with a program that is quite varied and very entertaining. Hattner  is also the Conductor and Musical Director of the Portland Youth Philharmonic. Murry Sidlin, former Resident Conductor of the Oregon Symphony, noted: “He is a brilliant clarinetist, has very… More

Thursday @ Three

Two professors from Portland State University, violinist Tomás Cotik and pianist Chuck Dillard, join All Classical Portland for this week’s Thursdays @ Three, performing an exhilarating program of Bach and Piazzola.   Cotik has won many awards including first-prize at the National Broadcast Music Competition in his native Argentina in 1997 and is an avid recording… More

Northwest Previews

Guest host Lynnsay Maynard brings a wonderful assortment of cultural offerings to the fore in this week’s installment of Northwest Previews. Tune in for pieces about the Oregon Repertory Singers performing Durufle’s Requiem; Chamber Music Northwest presenting Dracula: The Music and Film with Philip Glass and the Kronos Quartet; Cappella Romana presenting Tchaikovsky’s All-Night Vigil; the Oregon… More

Saturday Matinee

Host Ed Goldberg starts the show with a march and ends with a fanfare.  In between, he’ll share showpieces like Weber’s Concert Piece for Piano and Orchestra and Richard Strauss’s Festival Prelude for Orchestra and Organ. Also:  Opera stars Luciano Pavarotti, Renee Fleming, Anna Netrebko, and more. Program airs Saturday, October 14 at 10 am.

The Score: Little Show of Horrors

Host Edmund Stone gets into the Halloween spirit by featuring Little Box of Horrors, a recent box set from Varese Sarabande with original soundtracks to post-1960s horror classics, including The Mephisto Waltz, The Nightmare on Elm Street, The Fly, Scream,The Serpent and the Rainbow, and more, many of which were previously unavailable. That’s on the next… More