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Malkovich & Igudesman: Laugh to the music

The actor-comedian and his musical sidekick join the Oregon Symphony Orchestra for a wry and funny look at the slings and arrows of outrageous classical music critics.

Fingal's Cave

PuzzleWatch: Namely Known

From the “Moonlight Sonata” to the “Hebrides Overture,” test your knowledge of the most famous nicknames in classical music.

45th Parallel Universe: Lost in Deep Time

With great music and visuals and a fantastic performance, a warehouse concert creates an artistic evocation of vast geological disruptions and troubling environmental times.

Classical Up Close’s sonic smorgasbord

Greater Portland’s homegrown chamber music festival winds up its spring season with delightful samples of familiar and contemporary classical music in a variety of churches.

Classical Up Close rings out on radio

Some of Portland’s finest classical musicians warm up for a new season of free and accessible small-scale concerts with a “Thursdays @ 3” broadcast on All Classical Radio.

GRAMMY®-nominated musician and Eugene native Tracy Bonham (center) is joined by Eugene Ballet dancers Antonio Lopez and Hayley Tavonatti in works choreographed by Suzanne Haag. Photo: Antonio Anacan.

Dance Preview: Tracy Bonham with Eugene Ballet

Two-time GRAMMY® nominee and New York-based musician Bonham joins EB resident choreographer Suzanne Haag in a collaborative performance of song, sound, and movement, April 6 and 7.

Naomi Funaki, center right, and Ana Tomioshi, right, with fellow Music From the Sole dancers. Photo: Titus Ogilvie Laing.

Dance Review: Music From The Sole

In its enrapturing show, ‘I Didn’t Come to Stay,’ this acclaimed tap and live music company celebrated the depth and virtuosity of tap’s Afro-diasporic roots.

Cappella Romana and Kingdom Sound performed together in 2024. Screenshot of concert video courtesy of Cappella Romana.

A resonant electrifying current: Reflecting on Cappella Romana and Kingdom Sound’s recent concert and albums by Cappella Romana, Resonance Ensemble, Eugene Concert Choir, Oregon Repertory Singers

The Orthodox choral ensemble and Gospel choir joined their voices for February’s “Black Voices in Orthodox Music: How Sweet the Sound.” Recent albums released by Oregon choirs feature music by Melissa Dunphy, Renée Favand-See, Naomi LaViolette, Morten Lauridsen, Stacey Philipps, Undine Smith Moore, Joel Thompson, and more.

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