Joseph Haydn - String Quartet in C, Op.76/3 "Emperor Quartet"
Padre Jose Antonio Donostia The Nightingale of Errotazui
Gioacchino Rossini The Barber of Seville (hosted by Sue Elliott: part 2)
Gustav Mahler Symphony No.7 in E minor "Song of the Night"
Clement Reid Trio
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 1, 9PM: SEATTLE SYMPHONY

 

Rachmaninoff's technically daunting and treasured Third Piano Concerto will be illuminated by the electrifying Denis Kozhukin. It is followed by Ives' Fourth Symphony, which draws together hymn tunes, popular songs and marching bands into a moving reflection on American music--and life itself. Hear the Seattle Symphony's performance of this highly anticipated and widely acclaimed concert.

RACHMANINOFF: Piano Concerto No. 3
IVES: Symphony No. 4
 

 

MAY 9, 7:30PM: ARIADNE AUF NAXOS


In the last month, our Saturday Night Operas have shone a spotlight on Richard Strauss as we prepare for the LIVE broadcast of Ariadne auf Naxos at Seattle Opera. And now, you’ll get to hear an exclusive broadcast of the opera, LIVE from McCaw Hall. Your host Aidan Lang guides you through the plot, characters and music in this Straussian diamond in the rough as you listen.



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