One of the most powerful vocal pieces of all time, Mozart's Requiem was originally written for a Count Franz Walsegg, in honor of the 14th anniversary of his wife's death. Hear this magnificent work in it's entirety tonight at 8 pm!

This weekend Sunday Baroque shares works reflecting the season: selections from Easter masses and oratorios by Telemann, Bach and Byrd, and music celebrating spring by Rebel, Fischer and Oswald. Join Suzanne Bona, for Sunday Baroque, 6am-10am, only on 89.5 K-Bach.
Arizona Opera’s production of Donizetti’s "Don Pasquale" opens Friday, April 25, 2014, at the Orpheum Theatre. Stage Director Chuck Hudson stopped by K-BACH and spoke with Sterling Beeaff about his vision for the production a favorite comedy.
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K-Bach would like to hear your story of musical inspiration! Tell us who has inspired your music making. Whatever musical instruction opened up the joy of music in you we'd like to help you recognize that person. 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.
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Theater Reviews

KBACH's Theater Critic Chris Curcio completes his reviews of Broadway shows "Aladdin" and "Kinky Boots" plus a few extras.

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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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