Upcoming Shows Today
6am - 9am
Soul Music with Brian Lauritzen
The sounds of the season continue on Soul Music with performances of traditional Christmas carols by the Choir of King’s College, Chanticleer, the LA Master Chorale, the Pacific Chorale, and many others. Sunday mornings from 6am – 9am.
9am - 11am
A Musical Offering with Alan Chapman
The Baroque period, from the innovations of Monteverdi to the mastery of J.S. Bach, marks the beginning of “modern” music. Hosted by Alan Chapman, this two-hour weekly program offers splendid performances of this rich repertoire. Sunday mornings from 9am-11am.
11am - 4pm
Classical Music with Rich Capparela
Rich Capparela keeps you company with six centuries of the world’s greatest music
4pm - 6pm
Classical Music with Gail Eichenthal
Gail Eichenthal keeps you company with six centuries of the world’s greatest music
6pm - 7pm
From the Top with Classical KUSC
From the Top celebrates the passion, dedication and personal stories of the nation’s outstanding young classical musicians. Through entertaining live events and outreach programs, these performers inspire the pursuit of excellence and encourage participation in the arts as an integral part of a vibrant and civil society.
7pm - 9pm
Classical Music with John Van Driel
9pm - 10pm
The Opera Show with Jennifer Miller
Jennifer Miller takes you to the opera stage, whether you’re a newbie or veteran of the opera world. She takes listeners on a deeper dive into the characters, melodies, performers, composers, and all the drama that has graced the stage for centuries. With a discovery or two along the way.
Program Theme music: Instrumental version of the opening of Act 2 from Puccini’s “La boheme”
10pm - 11pm
The Record Shelf with Jim Svejda
Let host Jim Svejda guide you through the best classical recordings on “The Record Shelf.” Each week he reviews classical recordings with a passion and insight only he can provide. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation of classical music as you absorb his irreverent, selective and highly opinionated views of classical CDs.