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Over the centuries, composers have attempted to capture their natural surroundings in music, from the bucolic imagery of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony to the vast prairies evoked by Aaron Copland’s The Tender Land. Oregon is lucky to boast a fortune of natural grandeur as rich and wide-ranging as this tradition, with splendors from the temperate rainforests... More
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Thank you to everyone who voted for All Classical Portland in Willamette Week’s Best of Portland 2019 Reader’s Poll! We are thrilled to announce that All Classical Portland took home victories in the following categories… Best Radio Personality: Christa Wessel 1st Place! Best Radio Station: All Classical Portland Runner Up We couldn’t have done it without your support. Thank... More
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Join host Brandi Parisi for our next Oregon Symphony broadcast, airing Thursday, June 20th at 7 pm.  Portland’s favorite songstress Storm Large stars in Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins. Large plays Anna, a young woman sent by her family on a journey through seven American cities — each corresponding to a deadly sin —... More
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To remember and acknowledge the brave individuals who fought in WWII, today we will be featuring three pieces in honor of them.    
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Finish up your spring cleaning with a car donation! Now, you can turn that old Volvo into Vivaldi! All Classical Portland partners with CARS to accept donations of cars, boats, RVs, and more as part of its vehicle donation program! Turn worries of costly repairs or hours selling your vehicle into a tax deduction that... More
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Tune in this Saturday at 5:15pm as we explore the local youth chorus, Bridging Voices, through the Where We Live series. Bridging Voices is Portland’s first Queer/Straight Alliance Youth Chorus, now in its sixth season. Through singing with others, youth are able to build strong connections with each other, and with the community. Artistic director Erick... More
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Call for Applications from Composers and librettists of color. OPERA America has just launched the IDEA Opera Grants (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) program. IDEA Opera Grants are available to composer-librettist teams that identify as African, Latinx, Asian, Arab and/or Native American and have U.S. citizenship, permanent residence or DACA status. Applicants must be able... More
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As All Classical Portland’s fiscal year draws to a close on June 30th, just $75,000 remains to be raised! Can you make a donation today in support of the music you love? Ways to Give Donate Online Donate by Phone: 1-888-899-5722 Donate a Vehicle Donate Stock Grand Prize Trip to Ashland! When you donate during... More
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Are you a fan of the music? Cast your vote for All Classical Portland in Willamette Week‘s Best of Portland 2019 Reader’s Poll! MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY: Best Radio Station All Classical Portland Best Radio Personality Warren Black or Christa Wessel VOTE NOW in the Best of Portland 2019 Readers’ Poll Media & Entertainment category... More
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Saturday Matinee is back!  Host Ed Goldberg has the perfect accompaniment to your Saturday mornings and afternoons, with the best music from the opera house and musical theatre. American music figures prominently in the season opener, but also beautiful arias by Verdi, Rossini, and Mozart.  The very charming Charles Chaplin takes us to see “City... More

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