From YOB to Bewitcher, just in time for Bandcamp Friday.
From YOB to Bewitcher, just in time for Bandcamp Friday.
Fresh octogenarians David Bernstein and Greg Steinke celebrate with “Last Tango in Portland,” a concert of lively music and world premieres.
Fleming and baritone Rod Gilfrey help open a promising symphony season with a musical tale of Georgia O’Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz.
Classical mainstays move into their seasons, a choir dissents, new music sounds out, electronica and rock get experimental, plus jazz and post-punk.
The beloved Happy Valley festival returns.
LaMotte and the conductorless Amadeus Chamber Orchestra will perform with CMNW in September.
Emerging from the pandemic and into its second half-century, Eugene’s summer music extravaganza pulled off worthy concerts while seeking new artistic leadership.
Whet your appetite for the upcoming OSO season with this carefully orchestrated crossword puzzle.
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland will celebrate organist and Canon for Cathedral Music Neswick with a Retirement Evensong service this weekend.
Singer and Aquilon Music Festival founder Anton Belov joins with seven-string guitar duo for a series of Romani, Jewish, and Eastern European folk music concerts.
Choirs around Oregon prepare their fall concerts, featuring single-composer premieres, newly-scored old movies, and more.
OrpheusPDX closes its inaugural season with chills and goosebumps.
Dmae Lo Roberts talks in her new podcast with the creators of Portland Opera To Go’s new opera for young people, about the pioneering Portland Black leader Beatrice Morrow Cannady.
Waterfront festivals, touring jazz giants, and local musicians transmute summer into fall.
Choose your own adventure with a walking tour of Southeast Portland’s two-night music festival.
The festival’s seventh season paired new and recent local wines with music by contemporary and classical composers for a truly unique experience.
OrpheusPDX’s second production completes the company’s inaugural season of looking forward and looking back.
CMNW’s New@Night series closed with location-inspired music by Eleanor Alberga, Vijay Iyer, David Schiff, and Dana Wilson.
The summer festival ended with an evocative evening of Strauss and Schoenberg.
A consideration of Chamber Music Northwest’s five-week summer festival.
The Portland-born coloratura soprano returns to Oregon for two very different roles in OrpheusPDX’s inaugural season.
Community-based jazz fest expands into a ninth summer of big names, passion projects, youth ensemble concerts, and more.
New opera company OrpheusPDX debuts at Lincoln Hall with a magnificent new production of the Monteverdi classic.
The annual mini-festival of contemporary music celebrated its eighth year with five hours of music at PICA, featuring compositions from across Latin America.
Put your knowledge to the test with a crossword puzzle that covers six centuries of choral masterworks.
The Portland company’s modern adaptation of Mozart’s opera merges formidable singing with contemporary political commentary.
CMNW “Eastern Inspirations” concert featured music for solo violin by Esmail and Saariaho; music for strings and percussion by Cowell; and an emotional reading of Ravel’s piano trio.
The sax quartet and virtuoso pianist joined forces for a surprising CMNW concert.
Keep keeping your fingers crossed for an Augustful of festivals, from jazz to loopers to hip-hop.
Kenneth Overton, Sandbox Percussion, and Ellen Hwangbo filled the hall with spirituals and percussion at a recent Chamber Music Northwest concert.
Wine valley festival pairs old world and contemporary music.
An interview with the local singer and educator, performing this weekend with OrpheusPDX.
The Brentano first violinist, recently in Oregon for CMNW, talks isolation, collaboration, and simultaneity.
The quartet performed two distinctive programs for this year’s festival.
The Oregon Symphony’s Zach Galatis and friends raise the roof in the kickoff show of this summer’s Concerts in the Barn.
Long-running celebration of English Renaissance polyphony brings three weekends of music and lectures to Oregon churches.
An exchange with the Indian-American composer, featured recently at Chamber Music Northwest and set to return next month as this year’s Willamette Valley Chamber Music Festival composer-in-residence.
The Pulitzer-nominated piece for percussion drew an epic crowd to CMNW’s penultimate New@Night concert.
For the first time in two years, Baroque and Romantic classics will ring out at the historic Oregon monastery.
The young composer, whose music was featured on a string of recent concerts at Chamber Music Northwest, discusses his formative musical moments.
The New York-based trio brings jazz and swing influences to its music; Brongaene Griffin and Cary Novotny also are on the bill.
After the COVID shutdown, the choral group has scheduled three performances next week.
Oliver Neubauer and Soovin Kim step in for performances at CMNW’s “Folk Ingenuity” and “Slavic Scenes” concerts.
The 23-year-old cellist’s recent visit to Oregon for Chamber Music Northwest included concerts, a master class, an afternoon with four cellists even younger than him, and “one of the best string recitals” Soovin Kim has ever heard.
With the titular “Moonshot” string quartet off the program, CMNW’s third New@Night features solo and duo works by Chris Rogerson, David Ludwig, and “grand old man of Turkish music” Ahmet Adnan Saygun.
The Grammy-nominated collaborative creation among Akiho, Sandbox Percussion, and stage designer Michael McQuilken comes to CMNW.
Get ready for the return of the William Byrd Festival with a Renaissance-themed crossword puzzle.
Chamber Music Northwest’s contemporary music series continues in The Armory’s lobby, showcasing Zlatomir Fung, Viano Quartet, and two performers from CMNW’s Young Artists Institute.
Oregon Symphony closes out the post-pandemic season, its first with new music director Danzmayr.
Summer brings sunny festivals to Oregon ears: Chamber Music Northwest inside, Cathedral Park Jazz Festival outside, and more.