Nobody tells their wooly Northwest band story as well as they do in … Continue Reading
Refining skill and proficiency as musicians, … Continue Reading
Performing arts and culture of many kinds are widely believed to enrich our lives, spark community vitality and even improve student test scores. They’re also the first to be dismissed as unnecessary frills in budgetary hard times.
With our … Continue Reading
Dael Orlandersmith doesn’t mess around. She’s firmly connected to her New York City roots, and much like another famous New Yorker, Howard Cosell, Dael has no problem “telling it like it is.”
Now through March 20, 2016 — you’ll find … Continue Reading
Two hilarious plays that are quickly becoming a Portland Center Stage holiday tradition.
Twist Your Dickens (Second City) and The Santaland Diaries (David Sedarus) are tearing (and for many, tears are involved) it up in the Pearl District … Continue Reading
Somethin’ special is in the air when Amber lets loose with her soulful
Like a warm embrace on a brisk fall day, The Sale’s harmonies wrap the listener in intimate … Continue Reading
Week seven of the new Portland Radio Project (PRP) and Portland Center Stage (PCS) concert series “Local Spins” features a very fine partnership between two creatives: singer-songwriter Michele Van Kleef and guitarist (among many, many other talents) Tim Ellis.
“Michele … Continue Reading
“The First Cut is the Deepest” has been widely covered by many artists, and now we’re adding our spin: the second is the sweetest. We’re thrilled to celebrate the numero dos birthday of Portland Radio Project! This renegade, “OMG we … Continue Reading
Eric shares the zeitgeist of Pink Martini’s global grooves but brings
Teaming up to highlight the best artists from Portland’s bountiful music scene, two local cultural enterprises are joining forces: Portland Center Stage (PCS) and Portland Radio Project (PRP) have announced the premier of a new concert series, “Local Spins,” to … Continue Reading