June 23, 2018

We Made It!

Thank you to 1965 donors who have helped us raise $169,024 to end our June fundraiser!  It’s not too late to give – you can still help All Classical Portland end the fiscal year strong by calling 1-888-899-5722 today, or making your donation online. Donations made by 11:59 pm on June 18th, 2018 will still be… More

APPLY to be a Youth Roving Reporter!

APPLY NOW to be an All Classical Portland Youth Roving Reporter! Youth Roving Reporters is All Classical Portland’s arts journalism mentorship program. Through this innovative, educational program All Classical Portland on-air hosts mentor selected Youth Roving Reporters, providing them with guidance and insight on what it is to be a broadcaster and arts leader in… More

Thursdays @ Three: Astoria Music Festival Preview

This week Thursdays @ Three features a brief preview of the Astoria Music Festival, celebrating its 16th anniversary this year. Each June, the Festival produces a 17-day season of operatic, symphonic, and chamber music concerts. Programs are selected and conducted by Artistic Director Keith Clark, who invites major international soloists to perform as featured artists. The Astoria… More

Tune In Saturday and Sunday

Tune in to All Classical Portland all weekend for your favorite programs! This Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24 feature: Saturday Matinee, Saturday at 10am – From New York to London, and back again Host Ed Goldberg travels from Broadway to Piccadilly in works by Kurt Weill, Gershwin, Eric Coates, and George M. Cohan.  As well, Beethoven’s… More

Thursdays @ Three: A Feast of Festivals

We’re delighted to present tasty samples from the “menus” of: The Willamette Valley Chamber Music Festival‘s upcoming third season of concerts. This week’s performance features violinists Sasha Callahan and Greg Ewer, violist Kenji Bunch, and cellist Leo Eguchi; and Chamber Music Northwest’s 2018 Summer Festival – five weeks of extraordinary music celebrating the diversity of chamber music. This week’s program features the Kenari (saxophone) Quartet.

KQHR 88.1 and 96.3 on Backup

Stations in Hood River and The Dalles are currently on our backup transmitter. Listeners may experience reception issues. Our team is hard at work to resolve this, thank you for your patience. In the meantime, you can tune in for flawless reception at https://player.allclassical.org/

All Classical Portland to relocate back-up antenna to a NEW tower!

FCC mandated spectrum sale forces All Classical Portland to relocate back-up antenna to a NEW tower! The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mandated the first-ever “incentive auction” designed to repurpose TV broadcast spectrum for new uses. This resulted in the need to repurpose 84 megahertz of spectrum, requiring some TV stations to “repack” to new channel… More

Summer in the Gift Shop!

Summer is finally here and our classic navy t-shirt is now back in stock in all sizes! Check out the summer items available in our Gift Shop today, or stop by the station and browse in person. All proceeds benefit All Classical Portland.

John Pitman Reviews: “Circles”

Check out All Classical’s Beyond the Music Blog for John Pitman’s latest CD review. This time, Pitman gives us a preview of the CD “Circles,” featuring a piano concerto by Philip Glass for American pianist Simone Dinnerstein. The work is partly influenced by the music of J.S. Bach. John Pitman talks with Ms. Dinnerstein about… More

University of Portland Mocks Crest Productions: The Light in the Piazza

University of Portland’s Mocks Crest Productions presents “The Light in the Piazza,” a contemporary musical operetta with a book by Craig Lucas and music and lyrics by Adam Guettel. The story is based on a 1962 film about a mother and daughter on a journey of self discovery and finding true love in the streets… More