Violinist Philippe Quint wants you to know it’s OK to applaud between movements. “It’s actually not a crime,” said Quint, who recently played with the Phoenix Symphony. “It’s a way for people to show appreciation. And in some pieces, like the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, how do you not clap after the first movement? Seriously, you have to push yourself not to clap.” Phillippe is just one of the New Generation of Classical musicians we've added to the playlist on 89.5 K-BACH!
Wagner's masterful retelling of the 17th century nautical legend,"The Flying Dutchman" has mesmerized audiences since the Dresden world premiere in 1843: A cursed sea captain and his phantom ship are doomed to sail the seas forever, unless he's redeemed by the powers of true love. November 15-17, at Phoenix's Symphony Hall, AZ Opera continues their season with Wagner's ghostly opera, complete with an all star cast that includes Mark Delavan as the Dutchman. K-BACH's Sterling Beeaff chats with conductor Joseph Rescigno.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts presents the Irish Chamber Orchestra featuring conductor JoAnn Falletta and flutists Sir James Galway and Lady Jeanne Galway on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m. K-Bach's Janine Miller chats with Sir James Galway on tonight's Heart of the Arts Feature.
This is the time of the year that many in the Southwest celebrate the memories of loved ones now departed, with Dia de los Muertos,The Day of the Dead. This Sunday, the holiday will be celebrated with a very special concert at the Herberger Theater featuring the internationally recognized Mariachi Champaña Nevín with the students of Rosie’s House and the Phoenix Boys Choir. K-Bach's Jane Hilton is joined by Dr. Jeff Nevin, Trumpet Virtuoso and founder of Mariachi Champaña Nevín.
Join K-BACH this Thursday for a night of spooky Halloween classics. Starting at 7, Janine Miller has scary classical music for trick or treaters. At 8, ASU in Concert has Creepy organ music & more!