Second Inversion premieres a new video of Christopher Cerrone’s Memory Palace: a vivid mosaic of music and memory inspired by the method of loci.
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Sure you’ve heard the music of Beethoven, but have you ever heard the music of Bearthoven? Second Inversion reviews their eclectic debut album, Trios.
Daníel Bjarnason leads the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in a collection of sparking sound sculptures by Icelandic composers. Second Inversion gives a first listen.
Discover the story of the violinist who premiered Beethoven’s “unplayable” Kreutzer Sonata—and the reason why Beethoven changed his dedication at the last minute.
Though perhaps best known as the film composer behind most of Tim Burton’s movies, Danny Elfman also wrote the music for a whimsical new ballet called Rabbit & Rogue.
KING FM Host Sean MacLean shares his top picks for local classical concerts in August, including Olympic Music Festival, the Luise Greger Women in Music Fest, and more.
Pianist Tristan Eckerson follows the melodies wherever they lead him—from minimalism to modal jazz. Second Inversion premieres a single from his new album.
Second Inversion reviews Seattle-based percussionist Bonnie Whiting’s new album of works for percussion and voice by the famous 20th century composer John Cage.
When it comes to the piano, Jesse Myers likes to think outside the standard keyboard. He talks with Second Inversion about his latest musical ventures for piano and electronics.
Second Inversion premieres a brand new video of the eclectic and inventive PROJECT Trio, a Brooklyn-based ensemble comprised of cello, bass, and beatboxing flute.
Second Inversion counts off five majestic new works inspired by the great outdoors, featuring John Luther Adams, Meredith Monk, Mamoru Fujieda, and more.
An orphaned Shakespearean song cycle finds a new home in a Baroque chamber pop album performed on period instruments. Second Inversion gives a first listen.
The Jasper Quartet’s new album explores the furthest reaches of the string quartet repertoire with new works by seven of today’s most dynamic composers.
What’s it take to be a woman composer? In honor of International Women’s Day, Second Inversion asked 54 women for their best musical advice. Here’s what they said.
Explore the music of ten of history’s most influential black classical composers, including the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Scott Joplin, Florence Price, George Walker, and more!
In honor of Womxn’s Marches around the world, Second Inversion shares 10 politically-charged works by women composers ranging from Ethel Smyth to Shara Nova.
Architectural tour meets avant-garde opera in Hopscotch, an immersive opera staged in 24 cars and countless locations across LA. Second Inversion takes you on the tour.
This January, KING FM celebrates the birthday month of one of history’s greatest musical minds with special music and content throughout the month.
Everyday through the KING FM App we share classical music with thousands of people who enjoy great classical music just like you. Have you tried it yet?
Conductor and KING FM contributor Geoffrey Larson explores the reasons why we love Richard Strauss’ valedictory masterpiece.
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