Violinist Joshua Bell chats with Sterling Beeaff about his upcoming U.S tour with pianist Sam Haywood. The celebrated violinist kicks off his tour with a performance of Brahms, Beethoven, Bartok and Grieg, Wednesday, February 25, at the Mesa Arts Center.
The perfect addition to your lunch hour-- Join Linda Cassidy at Noon for K-Bach's "Most Wanted"-- an hour where we play the top 100 classical pieces voted on by you! You'll find the full top 100 list here on our website!
Launched in 1931, the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running Opera series in radio history. The 84th season continues at 11am, February 28, 2015, with Mozart's Die Zauberflöte.
K-Bach's Sterling Beeaff catches up with Robert Moody, artistic director of the Arizona Musicfest.

In our busy lives, it's hard to carve out some time for ourselves-- Sunday mornings might be the only quiet time you get to relax-- join us with a cup of coffee for Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona, great music from the baroque era that's perfect for your Sunday morning.

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This Week in Classical Music

De Waart, Eschenbach retire to "Laureate" status; Zimmerman fights to retain Kreisler's Strad.

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Homeward Bound Hour at 5 with Jon Town

Escape the stress of rush hour with the Homeward Bound Hour at 5 with Jon Town, featuring listeners' choice selections that engage the mind and calm the senses.

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KBACH's Theater Critic Chris Curcio reviews two local productions, Stray Cat Theatre's "Pluto" and Theater Works "Follies."

First Press Fine Wine Dinner and Auction

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