All Classical Portland Presents 5-Part Series Featuring Chamber Music Northwest | Thursdays, Listen Online & on 89.9FM
All Classical Portland presents 5 weeks of music w/ a five-part radio series bringing you concert highlights from Chamber Music Northwest’s summer seasons!
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All Classical Portland to broadcast a five-part series featuring Chamber Music Northwest
Thursdays, May 21-June 18, 2020
7p | Free
More info: allclassical.org
Join All Classical Portland for a five-part radio series bringing you concert highlights from Chamber Music Northwest’s summer seasons! The series premieres Thursday, May 21st at 7pm PST, locally on 89.9FM and worldwide at allclassical.org.
This series highlights dynamic performances from Chamber Music Northwest’s past summer seasons. Through concert excerpts and interviews, All Classical Portland celebrates Chamber Music Northwest on the air in lieu of live performances this summer. Robert McBride returns to the airwaves to co-host this special broadcast series with President & CEO Suzanne Nance, which produced by Sarah Zwinklis and Silvester Vicic
The five-part weekly series kicks off on May 21 with works by Fauré and Glazunov and John Leszczynski’s They Might be Gods. Episodes aired on Thursday evenings will be encored each following Sunday at 4pm PST. In addition to concert performance highlights, the series will feature interviews with musicians including longtime CMNW Artistic Director David Shifrin who shared: “I am so excited to have the opportunity to bring outstanding chamber music directly to people in their homes at a time when it’s needed most. This will be the first summer in over 40 years that I won’t be performing .. I am glad to be able to join you on the radio through our collaboration with All Classical Portland!”