Songs about love, heartbreak, and online dating nightmares.
Explore cutting-edge new music by Black composers.
Join us on Classical KING FM all day this Juneteenth as we celebrate Black artistry and innovation.
Lighten up with us this Saturday on Second Inversion.
Music from the city that never sleeps.
When I was a child we always listened to the complete Handel's Messiah via Classic King on the radio on Christmas Day...
Music to mend the heart and soul.
Music inspired by rare bulbs and vibrant blossoms.
From the Amazon jungle to the Arctic tundra.
When I was a little boy, around seven I first heard “Be My Love” by Mario Lanza...
Music inspired by ancient myths, fables, and folklore.
Music of starry skies and moonlit nights.
From ocean to desert, forest to tundra.
Celebrating BIPOC artistry in classical music.
Music that plays with our perception of time.
Music of airplanes, airports, and the accompanying jet lag.
"... When I married in 1990 I had asked the organist to play Greensleeves as my dad and I walked down the church aisle. The music felt like it was lightly wrapped around my head while we were walking."
Florence Price, Mahler, and Star Trek...
Songs of the angels and stories of the divine.
Chirping birds, budding flowers, and spring dreams.