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’ 

Excerpt from new biography of the great American maverick composer recounts his early musical and artistic adventures in the city where he never grew up.lou-harrison_ss17_cover_final4

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

When Oregon met Arvo

February 8, 2017

With help from composer Arvo Pärt, Royce Saltzman wanted the 1994 Oregon Bach Festival to be his grand finale. It was nearly a disaster

Broken Planetarium’s ‘Atlantis’ and Orphic’s ‘Iphigenia 3.0’ show the promise of today’s young Portland theater companies

Eugene Symphony’s search for its next music director plays to a national and international audience

The Portland percussion ensemble embraces diversity in its music and projects

Music to Our Eyes

November 28, 2016

Oregon Symphony plays to the ears and eyes with ‘SoundSights’ series

Portland Youth Philharmonic gives world premiere of Portland composer’s lost 1963 masterpiece