KDFC Tonight

Rik Malone ties it all together with a different theme each evening from 8 - 11, wrapping up your weekday with KDFC Tonight.
KDFC TONIGHT w/o 3/20/17            

MONDAY: Welcome Spring! Music for the Vernal Equinox by Mozart, Brahms and Stravinsky to help kick off KDFC’s Great Outdoors Week.

TUESDAY: Violinist Arabella Steinbacher joins guest conductor Marek Janowski for a concerto by one of the 20th century’s most interesting and yet neglected musicians, Paul Hindemith. You’ll also hear a theatrical overture by Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky’s enigmatic final statement, his Symphony #6 “Pathetique.”

WEDNESDAY: Wednesday is the World Day for Water, and you’ll be soaking in aquatic music by Saint-Saens, Handel, Rubinstein, and Pulitzer Prize-winner John Luther Adams.

THURSDAY: Recycled Music: an opera that found new life in a symphony, one overture for three different operas, music for a failed play that became a successful quartet and more.

FRIDAY: The King of Instruments: Organ-ize your Friday night with music by Handel, Saint-Saens, Jongen, Respighi, Bach and more!

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