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

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

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

Cascadia Composers brings contemporary classical music from Cuba to Portland

Burn After Listening is on a mission to reinvent the classical music experience

Nature inspires 3 Oregon composers’ works for ‘Solo Hikes’ concert

Music for women’s voices

February 28, 2017

Portland’s In Mulieribus vocal ensemble celebrates its tenth anniversary season with madrigals, new music — and men

At Portland State University, choirs are creating music ‘to die for’ 

As the city’s annual celebration of jazz opens, Portland’s jazz scene remains vital despite popular club’s sudden closure