KDFC Tonight

Rik Malone ties it all together with a different theme each evening from 8 - 11, wrapping up your weekday with KDFC Tonight.
SFS Season Preview: Get a sneak peek at the San Francisco Symphony’s 2015-16 season, just announced Monday afternoon!

On the San Francisco Symphony broadcast, Jeremy Denk plays Bartok’s final Piano Concerto, plus Brahms’ great practical joke on his friends, his Symphony #2, and a tone poem by the “American Debussy,” Charles T. Griffes.

New Stuff: The latest recordings from the Bay Area’s own Philharmonia Baroque and pianist Valentina Lisitsa, the Chicago Symphony plays Prokofiev, Simone Dinnerstein plays a new American piano concerto, and a conductor from Santa Cruz gets her shot.

Three Fifths: Mark March 5th (3/5) with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony #5, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto #5 and Vaughan Williams’ Symphony #5.

Climb Ev’ry Mountain: To the summit and back with symphonies about mountains by Alan Hovhaness, Vincent d’Indy and Richard Strauss.

Listen Live

Now Playing
KDFC On Twitter