Lennon/Ono (arr. Shimabukuro/Thurston) - Happy Xmas (War is Over)
Morten Lauridsen O magnum mysterium
Craig Hella Johnson Will there really be a "Morning"?
Georges Bizet Carmen: Act II
Camille Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No.1 in D, Op.17
Brad Mehldau We'll Cross the River Together
Tune in Wednesday at 8pm for the SSO Spotlight and an interview of Ludovic Morlot who's next program is an all-French evening based on the idea of the sacred and profane.

Led by music director Leonard Slatkin, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra gave the highly anticipated world premiere of Tod Machover's "Symphony in D," a unique work to say the least.

One of the many artistic wonders in the KING FM trip to Italy March 10-21 will be a visit to the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, home of Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper.
Read the latest post in Second Inversion’s “Diary: How to Read John Cage” series, in which Maggie Molloy explores the music and philosophical musings of Cage’s own personal diary.
Byron Schenkman & Friends
play Marin Marais' Pièces en Trio
Suite No. 5 in e minor: Passacaille
on NW Focus Live in the KING-FM studio.

Byron Schenkman, harpsichord
Ingrid Mathews, violin
Elisabeth Reed, viola da gamba
Joshua Romatowski, flute

Recorded October 30th, 2015
Holiday Concert Preview
Read More
The complex art of programming: SSO concert review
Read More
Your annual or sustaining gift keeps your favorite KING FM broadcasts on the air.
Join KING FM's Performance Circle and get exclusive access to in-studio events.
Be the first to know about upcoming broadcasts, sweepstakes & more!
Join us for a deluxe cultural journey to the heart of Italy, March 10-21, 2016.
Donate your time to a worthy cause: classical music!