A Little Midnight Music: Saturday, Oct. 14 | 9pm

by Maggie Molloy
“Around Midnight.” Photo by James Loesch.

When the lights go out, your ears open to the orchestra of sounds around you.

On a dark night, you hear things that escape you during the day. The rustle of the leaves outside your window, the wind whipping through the trees, each and every creak in the floorboards—you hear it late at night.

This Saturday on Second Inversion: A Little Midnight Music. We’ll close our eyes and take in all the melodies, with music inspired by moonlit strolls, late-night secrets, and the mysterious lure of midnight.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 9pm PT.

2 thoughts on “A Little Midnight Music: Saturday, Oct. 14 | 9pm

  1. Tuning in to the program for the first time on Oct 14, I heard an amazing piano performance of Round Midnight but wasn’t able to catch the composer and pianists names.
    I would so appreciate if you could send me that information?
    I love the program!
    Kate Farley

    • Hey Kate,

      Thank you for tuning in over the weekend! I’m so glad you enjoyed the episode. The piece was called “A Little Midnight Music” by George Crumb, which he described as his piano ruminations on “Round Midnight” by Thelonious Monk. The pianist was Kai Schumacher.

      You can find full playlist details for any Second Inversion episode on Classical KING’s web playlist under the corresponding date and time: https://king.org/playlist

      Thank you for tuning in and for listening with open ears!

      Maggie Molloy

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