Classical Music

Sonic Textiles: Saturday, Nov. 5 | 9pm


by Maggie Molloy

The vibrant textiles of Ghana inspired pianist William Chapman Nyaho’s album Kete, featured in this episode. Photo by Lee D. Baker.

Like any great work of art, a piece of music comes together one stitch at a time.

This Saturday on Second Inversion: Sonic Textiles. Join us for music threaded with vibrant color, texture, and pattern. From quilts to needlework and woven tapestries, we’ll hear from artists who explore the very fabric of music. Composer Gabriela Lena Frank traces the vivid threads of her Peruvian heritage, Ghanaian-American pianist William Chapman Nyaho explores the mesmerizing rhythm of the loom, and Caroline Shaw stitches together a musical patchwork quilt.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 9pm PT.

Music from William Chapman Nyaho’s album “Kete” is included in this week’s episode.

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