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December 14, 2017

An Appalachian Christmas

For a fifth and final year, All Classical Portland presents multi Grammy and CMA Award-winning violinist Mark O’Connor with the Grammy Award-winning O’Connor Band in An Appalachian Christmas at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Friday, December 22nd at 7:30pm.   O’Connor’s prolific career as a classical music composer and legendary bluegrass fiddler is “one of the most spectacular journeys in recent American… More


Special Broadcast: Messiah

Join host John Pitman, this Sunday, December 17th at 6pm for a special holiday-themed broadcast of Handel’s Messiah as performed in 2016 by the beloved Portland Baroque Orchestra in the First Baptist Church. This recording features Gary Wedow, director and harpsichord; Nathalie Paulin, soprano; Abigail Levis, mezzo-soprano; Aaron Sheehan, tenor; Dashon Burton, bass; and Cappella Romana, chorus. This… More


Support the Music!

Here at All Classical Portland, we are intent on keeping this music alive, and providing a meaningful and joyful soundtrack for your life. As the year draws to a close, please consider investing in All Classical Portland. No matter the amount, your tax-deductible gift keeps the music you love on the air, free and accessible… More


Holiday Programming

Throughout the month of December, the hosts of All Classical Portland weave together a calming and uplifting Tapestry of Holiday Sounds which gracefully reflects the sense of joy and peace associated with this special time of year. The station’s holiday programming peaks with our annual Festival of Carols – four days of wall-to-wall comfort & joy! –… More


Thursdays @ Three: PYC, Phil & Gayle Neuman

The Pacific Youth Choir connects young singers to a higher awareness of life through music—touching choristers’ lives in positive ways that they take back to their families and communities. The atmosphere is collaborative, joyful, and disciplined.  Senior members of the PYC perform beautiful songs, joyfully appropriate for the holiday season! Also, husband and wife team,… More


Northwest Previews

This week’s Northwest Previews features: John Pitman presenting Chamber Music Northwest playing Bach’s Complete Solo Violin Works with Christian Tetzlaff; Brandi Parisi presenting Cappella Romana’s A Byzantine Christmas – The Sun of Justice; and Edmund Stone presenting the Trinity Cathedral Christmas Concert – Laud to the Nativity. Program airs Thursday, December 14 at 6pm.


Trinity Cathedral: Christmas Concert

Trinity Cathedral features Ottorino Respighi’s Laud to the Nativity, performed by musicians of the Oregon Symphony / Choir of Girls, Boys, and Adults. The concert will be Friday December 15 at 7pm at the Trinity Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Ave., Portland. For details and tickets, visit the Trinity Cathedral website.


Sing-Along Messiah!

Once again, Twietmeyer Properties sponsors the Sing-Along Messiah, now in its 23rd year. Everyone who attends is welcome to participate in song! Join the chorus on Friday, December 15. Doors open at 5:30pm. Limited scores are available on a first come, first served basis. The singing will begin at 7 pm, and all takes place at the Central… More


BodyVox: Lexicon

BodyVox leaps into its 20th Anniversary with a world premiere, Lexicon: a new language is born. BodyVox fuses dance and technology in an exploration of space, sound, light, and motion, exemplifying BodyVox’s legacy of pushing the bounds of our senses and perceptions. Lexicon re-examines and expands the idea of live performance as dancers interact with… More


ART: The Humans

Artists Repertory Theatre presents Stephen Karam’s The Humans, directed by Dámaso Rodríguez. It’s the small dinner party that made big waves on Broadway about a fractured family at its not-so-finest. A bold, bruised, and billowing drama, The Humans layers the fabric of a family’s past as they gather at the youngest daughter and her boyfriend’s New York Chinatown apartment for… More