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All Classical Portland is thrilled to announce a brand-new second radio network, created for children (ages 0-12). The new station will be available starting April 15, 2019 on its HD-2 channel and online at allclassical.org/ICAN. The International Children’s Arts Network (ICAN) is a 24-hour radio service and is the first of its kind in the... More
This Thursday at 7pm, All Classical presents an Oregon Symphony Broadcast with Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma, whose playing has been described as “piercingly beautiful”. Lamsma returned to Oregon in February to play the Khatchaturian concerto in a program that also included Antonin Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8, and the Classical 1st Symphony by Prokofiev. Carlos Kalmar... More
allclassical.org | Fri, 15 Mar 2019 14:20:24 +0000
Have you heard Perpetual Twilight, the recent CD release from The Choral Scholars of University College Dublin? Perpetual Twilight is All Classical Portland’s featured album for this St. Patrick’s Day! One of the UCD Choral Scholars, Rose Higgins, offers us the inside scoop on the life of a Choral Scholar in Ireland’s most celebrated collegiate... More
allclassical.org | Tue, 05 Mar 2019 18:00:23 +0000
If you’re familiar with the history of classical music, you may know that historically classical music hasn’t been the most welcoming field for women, and there is a long way to go before women classical composers of today are performed and recognized at the same level as their male peers. That said, here are some... More
allclassical.org | Tue, 05 Feb 2019 07:11:30 +0000
This Tuesday, February 5th, All Classical Portland will be playing pieces in honor of Lunar New Year. Every hour each host will be playing an Asian work to celebrate Lunar New Year. To find out more about the composers and their pieces keep reading. Dance of Spring, by Sun Yiquiang (performed by Lang Lang,... More
I recently returned from a semester abroad in London, where I intensely studied art and culture. While I was there I was required to take a few different arts courses. This included a music history course entitled, “Topics in Music History,” which sounded absolutely thrilling. As a music major, I had already taken two semesters... More
allclassical.org | Fri, 01 Jun 2018 14:00:49 +0000
Youth Roving Reporters is All Classical Portland’s arts journalism mentorship program. Six young people have been selected as Youth Roving Reporters for All Classical Portland in order to learn key storytelling skills and emerge as arts ambassadors for their communities. The All Classical Portland On-Air team will mentor these young reporters, providing them with guidance... More
allclassical.org | Tue, 22 May 2018 17:52:09 +0000
(Special Note: If you are new to this blog, click here to first read Part One of this series.) New Horizons: Postminimalism In our last post, we left off with a broader conception of minimalism as a music which creates a listening experience that is meditative, non-teleological, and process-oriented. It is through this broader lens... More
allclassical.org | Tue, 15 May 2018 18:59:08 +0000
“What you hear depends on how you focus your ear. We’re not talking about inventing a new language, but rather inventing new perceptions of existing languages.” – Philip Glass If you’ve tuned into All Classical Portland recently, you may have come across some music your ears weren’t expecting to hear from a classical radio... More
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