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Space Foundation Discovery Center

Space Foundation



Thanks to these generous sponsors, KCME is able to bring its young listeners this fine locally-produced educational program.

Classics for Kids on KCME

Kids ... click here for exciting games, information, and interactive features!

Join Naomi Lewin and Michael Campion every Sunday afternoon at 6:00 pm to hear Classics for Kids on 88.7 KCME-FM

January Programs

Jan 4th - Franz Schubert
Jan 11th - Schubert's Songs
Jan 18th - Music for Piano Duet
Jan 25th - Marches

February Programs

Feb 1st - About William Grant Stillt
Feb 8th - The Afro-American Symphony
Feb 15th - Poetry of Paul Lawrence Dunbar
Feb 22nd - Other Black Composers

KCME's Classics for Kids is going on the road...

Classics for Kids visits schools with short, interactive presentations that will encourage students to explore classical music.

If you are interested in one of these free presentations for your school or program, please don't hesitate to call KCME (719-578-5263) or email us (

If you'd like your children to know Mozart and Beethoven as well as they know Hannah Montana and High School Musical, a new 'Classics for Kids' program from KCME will try to help."
— Andrew Wineke, The Gazette

"Dear KCME:
Be aware that, as an adult, I appreciate Classics for Kids as well.  I am not very educated about many classical composers, despite enjoying their music for years.  This program is a great resource for me, and I look forward to more!"
Roger Piwowarski, KCME listener

KCME’s Classics for Kids Program Welcomes the Space Foundation Discovery Center as Exclusive Program Sponsor!

summer of discovery

Space Foundation Discover Center located at 4425 Arrowswest Drive in Colorado Springs. The Space Foundation Discover Center is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10am until 5pm. For more information about the Space Foundation Discover Center, visit:

whatliesbeyond “What Lies Beyond” with Michael Campion
at the Space Foundation Discovery Center

KCME’s Michael Campion was at the Space Foundation Discovery Center on Saturday, August 9, 2014 for the debut of his new video, “What Lies Beyond,” which explores the connection between space and classical music. Students and alumni from the Colorado Springs Conservatory kicked-off the presentation with a live performance followed by a reception and showing of “What Lies Beyond.”