May 26, 2018

Corvallis OSU Symphony Orchestra

The Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra will round out their season with Mahler’s massive Third Symphony.  Mahler referred to this work as both his “monster” symphony and as a work which “…will be something that the world has never heard before.”  In this work, “all nature speaks and tells such deep secrets as one may only intuit in… More

Portland Symphonic Choir: Martin “Mass” & Allan Bevan’s “Nou Goth”

Guest Artistic Director Dr. Richard Sparks presents the Portland Premiere of Allan Bevan’s Nou Goth along with choral masterwork, the Frank Martin Mass. Join the Portland Symphonic Choir for an outstanding presentation of the Mass by Swiss composer Frank Martin for the first half of the program. The second half of the program features Canadian composer… More

Thursdays @ Three: Delgani String Quartet & Northwest Piano Trio with Clarice Assad

Thursday, May 10 at 3pm All Classical Portland welcomes back the Delgani String Quartet. One of the most active chamber music ensembles in the Pacific Northwest with over 75 performances and educational programs each year, the quartet curates their own concert series in both Eugene and Salem while also appearing as guest artists throughout the state…. More

PSU Chamber Choir: Last Tango in Portland

Hot on the heels of their 2017 Grand Prix win in Bali, the Portland State Chamber Choir travels to Argentina this summer to compete in the San Juan Canta International Choral Festival and Competition. Hear their competition repertoire, including works by Leonard Bernstein and Eric Whitacre, music from Indonesia, Japan, and South America, and American… More

Portland Classic Guitar: Duo Tenebroso in Concert

Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Duo Tenebroso is known for their warm musicality and singular interpretations. Their concerts are filled with a wide variety of music from the Baroque masters Bach, Vivaldi and Scarlatti, to the romantics such as Brahms, as well as new transcriptions and music from living composers like Brouwer, Assad, Duarte, Pujol… More

BSO: Young Artists Concert

The Beaverton Symphony Orchestra is proud to present their Young Artist Concerto Competition, an annual performance showcase and scholarship opportunity for the best young musicians in Washington County. This year’s winners are pianist Natalie Tan; cellist Kira Wang, and soprano Aishani Saha. Performances take place Friday, May 18 at 7:30pm and Sunday, May 20 at 3pm at… More

Thursdays @ Three: PSU Chamber Choir and Sophiko Simsive

On May 17, Thursdays @ Three invites the PSU Chamber Choir and Portland Piano International’s Sophiko Simsive. Classics Today calls The Portland State Chamber Choir “amongst the finest choirs in the world.” Since its founding in 1975, the Chamber Choir has performed and competed in venues across the country and around the world, earning over… More

OSO: Mahler’s Seventh Symphony

Capping the season with a triumphant Mahler symphony has become Oregon’s favorite sendoff to summer. Mahler’s Song of the Night is guaranteed to leave you on a rousing note, as day overtakes night in the astonishingly exuberant final movement. The concert is Saturday, Sunday, Monday, May 19, 20, and 21, all at 7:30pm at the… More

Bodyvox: Rain & Roses

BodyVox pairs contemporary female music artists ranging from Fiona Apple to Yoko Ono with dance and story to create a visually stunning production: Rain & Roses. This show features BodyVox’s signature brand of dance theater in a world premiere that is moving, inspiring, and deeply entertaining. Taking this show off-site to the expansive North Warehouse… More

John Pitman recommends…

Violinist Tomas Cotik, Assistant Violin Professor at Portland State University, is also an internationally-renowned concert and recording artist.  He has done extensive study of fellow Argentine Astor Piazzolla in several acclaimed recordings (Naxos); a complete series of Schubert’s violin works (Centaur); and now the violin sonatas of Mozart. Mr. Cotik has been a guest in… More