Clara Schumann - Romance in B minor, Op.posth.
Peter Schickele Elegies for Clarinet and Piano
George Frederic Handel Theodora: Part II (Hosted by Aidan Lang)
Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari Oboe Concertino in A, Op.15 "Idyll"
Mason Bates Omnivorous Furniture
Musical Chairs 


Join us Fridays at 7pm for Musical Chairs, hosted by Michael Brooks. Each week Michael chats with a member of the Pacific Northwest classical music community and plays some of their favorite works, sharing stories and background. Fascinating people sharing great music--every Friday night.
 

May 6: Tom Keogh


Tom Keogh is a longtime arts writer for Seattle and national publications. He has been a weekly contributor to The Seattle Times since 2001, helping cover film, theater, classical and pop music. He teaches creative writing to high school students in Edmonds, and lives in Shoreline. Tom Keogh will share some of his favorite music including selections from Carl Orff's "Gasenhauer", Korngold's "Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex", Bernard Herrmann's "Obsession", Bill Conti's "The Right Stuff", Patrick Doyle's "Non Nobis, Domine" from "Henry V", and Georges Delerue's Chorale from "Day for Night".

MUSICAL CHAIRS ARCHIVE

Click here for an archive of past Musical Chairs episodes.

 


Musical Chairs host Michael Brooks came to Seattle from the East Coast more than 20 years ago. It didn't take long for Mike to become enthralled with the Northwest's nature and hospitality. He joined KING FM in the spring of 2007 and has enjoyed the return to his "radio roots." His first radio job was at a classical station in his hometown of Baltimore, Md.   




 
 
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