Many of us at K-Bach remember our first concerts fondly, and we are always eager to hear the insights of a new concert goer. We recently caught up with K-Bach listener David Soval about his first time concert experience with The Phoenix Symphony.
A new manifesto on the creative process from a master of the impossible-- "Creativity: The Perfect Crime" by Philippe Petit, the man who walked a high wire between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.
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It's 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! see the full top 100 list here on our website!

this family has the right idea, all right- listening to Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona IS a great way to start off a sunday-- but they're way overdressed.

In this special extended interview podcast, Jonathan Swartz, Associate Professor Violin at Arizona State University, shares his thoughts with K-Bach's Sterling Beeaff about the opportunities he discovered in Arizona, his passion for teaching, and his upcoming performance with internationally acclaimed pianist, and wife, Wendy Chen.
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Tell us who has inspired your music making. A teacher, parent or grandparent... maybe a student who made YOU see, hear or feel music in a new way. Let us help you say "thank you!" for the gift of music.

This Week in Classical Music

Prokofiev's Grandson imports Classical Club series to NYC; Met asks Singers to cut fees; Fleming retiring in 3 yrs?

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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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K-BACH's Theater Critic, Chris Curcio reviews the Phoenix Theatre production of the stage version of "Mary Poppins."

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