- Sunday Baroque - Hour 2, Seg 3
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings in C: Waltz
Russlan and Ludmilla (hosted by Sue Elliot: part 4)
Felix Mendelssohn String Symphony No.9 in C "The Swiss"
Clarence Barlow Pandora
KING FM Live & Local Broadcast Concerts 

Classical KING FM presents nearly 100 broadcast concerts from the Seattle area and beyond throughout the year. You'll always hear a new concert on Fridays at 9pm. Check here to find out what's coming up.

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MAY 29, 8PM: PACIFIC NORTHWEST BALLET ORCHESTRA


Pacific Northwest Ballet is closing its season with a tremendous duo of works, set to Shostakovich’s Second Piano Concerto and Carl Orff’s classic Carmina Burana. You can tune in to KING FM to hear the acclaimed Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra perform these works LIVE. KING FM’s Peter Newman hosts the broadcast. 


 

JUNE 5, 9PM: SEATTLE SYMPHONY


Tchaikovsky found his artistic voice in his Fourth Symphony, still considered one of the great Romantic works. The tragic, impassioned and dramatic piece is paired with Barber's Second Essay for orchestra in this Seattle Symphony concert from November 2014. Plus, the internationally renowned violinist Jennifer Koh performs a critically acclaimed rendition of Esa-Pekka Salonen's Violin Concerto.

Tune in to KING FM the first Friday of every month at 9pm for a special Seattle Symphony broadcast.
 



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