Astronaut anthems, atmospheric meditations, and music for stargazing.
Chinese opera, Indigenous storytelling, and more.
Music connects us all, Dausgaard says.
A sit-down with SSO’s assistant principal cellist.
Songs of love, heartbreak, and online dating nightmares.
The SSO conductor chats with Dave Beck.
New music in dialogue with music of the past.
Making the case for a largely forgotten Polish composer.
Explore classical music of the 21st century.
It happened in a Chicago sheet music store when Rachel was 14 years old.
Zehetmair plays and conducts at the same time.
A chat with SSO guest pianist Jean Efflam Bavouzet.
We have winners! Congratulations, Sebastian and Edward!
The Seattle Chamber Music Society’s Winter Festival returns to Benaroya Hall in mid-January — and to Classical KING FM listeners, through a series of live broadcasts. During the first weekend of the SCMS festival, hear the Ehnes
Music that soothed, stunned, and provoked.
Performing is the first love of violinist Elisa Barston.
Performing on an instrument made of ice, introducing a high-tech concert hall, and taking musical inspiration from the worlds of dance and martial arts are all in a day's work for the cellist Seth Parker Woods.
A brassy spin on music of Charles Ives
Our curated list of new sounds happening this month in Seattle
Classical music to put you in a festive mood for the holidays.