Pianist Sophia Subbayya Vastek explores the intersection of her Indian heritage and her Western music training in her new album, Histories. Second Inversion gives a first listen.
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Minimalist polymath Max Richter reimagines three wide-ranging Virginia Woolf novels through music in his latest album. Second Inversion gives a first listen.
For a composer who once created an entire piece out of silence, John Cage certainly had a lot to say. Second Inversion offers a glimpse into the composer’s diary.
As part of the Women in (New) Music Series, Second Inversion premieres an airy and ethereal new work for four flutes, performed by the Emissary Quartet.
Second Inversion’s Women in (New) Music project premieres pianist Lara Downes’ new video series, which combines the work of today’s top women composers and poets.
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!
Second Inversion reviews cellist Mariel Roberts’ mesmerizing new album Cartography, featuring a bold program of 21st century music for solo cello and electronics.
Composer Michael Schell writes on the life and music of the late Ana-Maria Avram, a Romanian spectralist composer who left an indelible mark on contemporary music.
Switch up your music regimen with ACME’s new album Thrive on Routine, featuring works by John Luther Adams, Caroline Shaw, Caleb Burhans, and Timo Andres.
Second Inversion reviews the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet’s new album “Beyond,” featuring ambient, ethereal, and groove-based percussion works from the 21st century.
Float into dense clouds of sound as the Seattle Symphony performs the music of György Ligeti, including works featured in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Learn more on Second Inversion.
Second Inversion shares photos and interviews from a world premiere performance of Gregg Kallor’s new work, performed under the baton of Artistic Advisor Joshua Roman.
Hear the handmade microtonal instruments of the Harry Partch Instrumentarium in a rare series of performances this week. Second Inversion gives a sneak peek.
Six of New York’s new music luminaries remix Caroline Shaw’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition Partita for 8 Voices.
Second Inversion previews Ted Hearne’s new album, a collection of choral works stitching together historical political texts and literature in gripping musical settings.
Second Inversion premieres a brand new video of the eclectic and inventive PROJECT Trio playing their spin on Charles Mingus’s “Fables of Faubus.”
Tune in throughout the week as Dave Beck shares musical selections and exclusive insights and from cellist Bion Tsang’s new album, “The Blue Rock Sessions.”
Second Inversion counts off seven of the best new music apps to download on your smartphone, including a prepared piano app, Steve Reich clapping app, and more!
Applications are now open for Classical KING FM’s 2017 Young Artist Awards, sponsored by Seattle Chamber Music Society. Learn more and apply!
New music masters yMusic team up with indie rocker Son Lux for an album of chamber music emulating the flow of a rock record. Second Inversion’s got the scoop.
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