For the entire month of August, KING FM is celebrating the next generation of music lovers! Join us for kid-friendly classical music selections, live performances, and more!
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Who knew Tom and Jerry could play the piano? Visit our Family Resource page for on-demand playlists featuring kid-friendly classical music cartoons and more!
Geoffrey Larson explores the culinary preferences of great composers, and what this tells us about them.
Preview the Seattle Symphony’s new Ives CD and hear Dave Beck’s interview with CEO Simon Woods as they discuss the history of the classical recording industry.
Last week the Seattle Symphony presented a free concert celebrating music from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. Watch the video here.
Applications are now open for Classical KING FM’s 2017 Young Artist Awards, sponsored by Seattle Chamber Music Society. Learn more, and apply!
Seattle guitarist Gregg Belisle-Chi fuses many different genres and influences into his new album, including the the poetry of Carl Sandburg. Second Inversion invites you to take a listen.
Vicky Chow’s new album A O R T A offers meditations on real-world experience and cycles through a great variety of piano sound. Listen, and read Second Inversion’s review.
Second Inversion’s Women in (New) Music series celebrates the legacy of Pauline Oliveros, remembered for her devotion to the exploration of sound.
It’s the perfect soundtrack to help you find your center or to relax: the KING FM Evergreen Channel, online or in our app. So much great music to choose from!