Special Programming

Classical KCME brings you special programming throughout the year. Please check back often for updates.

Performance Spotlight

Weekdays at 10am with a repeat at 4pm

Performance spotlight is a 3 minute interview with local organizations chatting about anything and everything in the performing arts world. You can get the full interviews here.


Concerts from Grace

Join Simon Jacobs for an 8-week series, Saturdays at 5:00pm.

Classics for Kids

At KCME, we are delighted to showcase Classics For Kids every Sunday at 6:00PM.

Classics for Kids is designed to introduce children to classical music. According to the Classics for Kids creators, “Music not only has the power to stimulate the mind, enrich the heart and soothe the soul; it can help children to think more creatively, develop craftsmanship and discipline and learn the value of excellence.”

Check back here each month to learn more about the Classics for Kids “Composer of the Month.” More information, music, resources, and games can be found on the Classics for Kids website.

Composer of the Month-Franz Liszt: While Franz Liszt was a composer, conductor, critic and teacher, he was best known as a pianist. When Liszt walked onto the stage, he took over the hall, amazing the audience with his incredible technique and his awesome presence. He was a true showman and the man who invented the solo recital. As a composer, Liszt, of course, wrote music primarily for the piano. Many of his pieces are tremendously difficult and few pianists can perform them properly. Liszt also wrote music criticism and was known as a conductor and teacher who trained many of the performers of his time in his tradition. Because of his ego and attitude, Liszt was always a controversial figure. However, he is recognized as one of the dominant personalities of 19th century Romantic music. Listen and learn more about Franz Liszt and his “Hungarian Rhapsody” on the Classics for Kids Website. Check out some great activities linked here!

Sneak Peak: August’s Composer of the Month – Zoltán Kodály


Bastille Day – Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Join Quinn Riley at 1:00 on July 14 as she commemorates Bastille Day and the start of the French Revolution with French music of the 18th century and La Marseillaise in the glorious arrangement by Hector Berlioz.

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Summer Fundraising Drive- August 2-4th

With $23,849 to raise and hopefully in less than 48 hours we can finish triumphantly. Looking for everyone on the KCME team to participate so if you haven’t made your 2021 gift yet take action now or if you aren’t part of the team we would love for you to join our team.

On Monday, August 2nd, there will be a drawing for 4 tickets to the US Olympic and Paralympic Museum. Curious about how to be entered to win? Check our our drawing rules linked here