As the summer Renaissance music festival celebrates its 20th edition, it continues to expand its scope


Sylvia Milo’s one-sister show at Chamber Music Northwest gives Mozart’s talented older sibling Nannerl, her music stifled by sexism, her own voice at last

In Mulieribus’s mix of theater, music and explanation at Chamber Music Northwest proved too much of a good thing

Pulitzer Prize winning composer and Bang on a Can founder’s music performed at Portland Opera and Chamber Music Northwest

Bag and Baggage Productions’s new theatrical mashup of Shakespearean and Persian classic tales involved collaboration across cultures

Unlike the current stage revival, Bob Fosse’s film made evil real by making the political personal

Oregon composers create music inspired by the sounds of their home

Portland State University throws a 100th birthday party for Oregon’s greatest composer. Plus: excerpt from the new biography.

Theater company’s loss of longtime Hillsboro home is also its gain


Rare Music Emerges at Lou Harrison Centennial Concerts