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From Handel’s traditional “Messiah” to David Sedaris and his “Santaland Diaries,” the holidays are ready to be celebrated.
A parade of pianists present contemporary classical music in November, along with treats for fans of guitar, cello, choir and homegrown Portland music.
New music, including opera and choral works, spices up programs of some of Portland’s oldest classical music institutions.
Piano Push Play invites local artists to transform old, donated pianos into whimsical works of art which are distributed across the city.
Portland Parks & Recreation’s Summer Free For All program offers over 250 free events from June to September, including free movie screenings, concerts and rock climbing.
Chamber Music Northwest’s annual summer festival combines highest-caliber classical music with Portland’s laid-back atmosphere at can’t-miss concerts.
Whether you’re a lifelong soul fan or a casual listener on the hunt for your new favorite band, Portland’s Soul’d Out Music Festival has plenty to offer any audience.
Portland has no shortage of stellar live music venues. Enjoy an evening of jazz, funk, punk or garage rock at one of these lesser-known performance spots.
These 10 tunes from world-famous bands, Grammy-winning musicians and lesser-known locals run the gamut from indie rock to jazz, blues and country.
From vintage wax to new European imports, those rare releases you’ve been searching for are surely waiting at one of these rockin’ local record stores.