Wrap up your weekday with KDFC Tonight as Rik Malone explores a different theme each evening from 8 – 11. From What’s New Wednesdays to birthday celebrations, see what Rik has planned this week.
KDFC TONIGHT w/o 10/16/17
MONDAY: Family Resemblance: music from the other Mendelssohn, Haydn, Schumann, Strauss, Mozarts and, of course, Bachs.
TUESDAY: Guest Conductor Krzysztof Urbański leads the San Francisco Symphony in Shostakovich’s devastating portrait of the Stalin years, his Symphony #10. You’ll also hear Penderecki’s powerful elegy for the atomic age, Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima, and Mendelssohn’s elegant Violin Concerto with soloist Augustin Hadelich.
WEDNESDAY: Morning, Noon and Night on KDFC – it’s National Clock Month!
THURSDAY: All Pieces Great and Small – from “Little” Mozart to “Great” Schubert!
FRIDAY: Moonlighting: Which composer ran a glass factory? Which composer drove a New York City cab? And which composers were also kings?