Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Sonata No.4 in E-flat, K.282
Camille Saint-Saens La serenite
NOW PLAYING MOZART: Idomeneo; WAGNER: Parsifal; MASSENET: Cinderella
Mily Balakirev Symphony No.1 in C
Huang Ruo Four Fragments
Program Schedule 

Sundays with Tom Olsen
Spend your Sunday with relaxing music and the calming voice of Tom Olsen.


Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona
Sunday Baroque is a celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600 - 1750) and the years leading yup to it. You'll hear tuneful and lively music from all your favorite composers, and a few surprises from their lesser known contemporaries, as well. The ideal Sunday soundtrack.


The Score with Edmund Stone
The Score with Edmund Stone is a weekly celebration of symphonic music in film, a fascinating cultural adventure through America's best- loved art form. Your host Edmund Stone is a classically trained Shakespearean actor from England whose background includes a variety of stage and screen roles. You can hear another edition of The Score every Sunday at 4pm.

Sunday Evenings with Bryan Lowe
Whether you plan to curl up with a good book or cook a special dinner, let Bryan Lowe set the mood for that perfect Sunday evening.


Explore Music with Lisa Bergman
Every night at 6pm, hear Explore Music - a quick, fun look at great music and the interesting and sometimes quirky stories behind it. Find out the real story behind The Flight of the Bumbleee...and more. It's a 90 second introduction to music, and a treat for kids of all ages! Click here for more information.

Sunday Nights with Peter Newman
Recharge and relax as you prepare for the upcoming week on Sunday nights with Peter Newman.

The Compline Service
Tune in Sunday evenings to hear the live broadcast of one of Seattle's most charming, long-standing, musical traditions.  Hear the men's voices of St.Mark's Cathedral chant the "Office of Compline," the last monastic office of the day.  Click here for more information.

The Organ Loft
Hosted by Roger Sherman, "The Organ Loft" features music of northwest choirs and organs, composers and organ builders. The first broadcast was on KING FM, October 3, 1993.  Click here for more information.
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