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LOVEFEST Fundraiser Recap

The one-day Lovefest Fundraiser was very successful thanks to YOUR support and we are thrilled that the success of Lovefest will help shorten the amount of on-air fundraising in the coming months. We will be celebrating together (our collective love of music and community) at Lovefest Concert on Tuesday, February 26th at the Newmark Theatre with local… More

Lovefest Concert Spotlight

Lovefest Concert

Lovefest Concert! Newmark Theatre Tuesday, February 26 at 7pm All Classical Portland (89.9 FM) is proud to present this year’s 2nd annual Lovefest Concert at the Newmark Theatre, featuring performances by Portland’s top musical talent introduced on-stage by your favorite All Classical Portland radio hosts. Come feel the love at this special one-night-only event that… More

Nadine Sierra Soprano

John Pitman reviews There’s A Place for Us, Nadine Sierra

American soprano Nadine Sierra is the daughter of parents passionate about music, who sought a better life in the United States. Sierra’s debut CD reflects her own roots, as well as the experiences of composers from throughout the Americas, and a message that, to borrow Bernstein, states “There’s a place for us.” The soprano lends… More

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Black History Month

George Walker, composer. Article by Intern Ava Price. The United States officially established February as Black History Month in 1976. It is a time to highlight and celebrate the achievements of African Americans throughout United States history. All Classical Portland will be joining the celebration of Black History Month, featuring some of the best recordings… More

Vocalise HD Radio

HD-2 Channel and Online Stream, Vocalise

Listen here:  Enjoy Vocalise, where you can revel in the glory of the human voice through opera, art song, choral music and more. Vocalise continues until the Spring, when All Classical will launch a new radio station for young listeners on our HD2 channel called ICAN – the International Children’s Arts Network. Programming specifically for kids…. More


Profile Theatre: (Un)conditional

A storytelling project featuring 6 Portland residents who manage life with a chronic illness, as told by the people who live them – with resilience, tenacity, and hope. (Un)conditional creates a vivid portrait of the precariousness of life with an illness. The stories, written from interviews with the cast and simply staged, illuminate the ways that… More

45th Parallel: Sons of the Soil

Sons of the Soil mousai REMIX The Old Church 1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland February 15, 2019 7:00 – 8:00 PM Overlooked but not forgotten, the composers on this concert deserve an audience, and we’re here to deliver. The program features music by J. Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Florence Beatrice Price, and Daniel Bernard… More

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Friends of Chamber Music: VOCES8

The British vocal ensemble Voces8 has inspired people throughout Europe, North America, and Asia through their music and their joy of singing. The group performs repertoire from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary commissions and arrangements. Versatility and a celebration of diverse musical expression is central to the ensemble’s performance ethos. “The singing of Voces8 is impeccable… More

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PSU Guitar Series: Scott Kritzer

Honed from decades of performances from Carnegie Hall to Wigmore Hall to The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, classical guitarist Scott Kritzer, carries the musical legacy of the great Andres Segovia. Kritzer engages his audiences with a wonderful mix of relevant dialogue, lifting meaning from the music, while taking audiences on a shared musical… More

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Portland Baroque Orchestra: Bach and the Young Prince

Pondering the impact of Bach’s influence on all of music, Beethoven once said, “His name shouldn’t be Brook, but Ocean.” Bach’s concerti from time spent in the court of Prince Leopold of Cöthen are one part of that nearly endless sea, and Monica Huggett leads a program highlighting PBO’s extraordinary concert- master Carla Moore, principal… More