Classical Music

Starry Night: Saturday, Feb. 25 | 9pm


by Maggie Molloy

“Cosmic Cliffs.” Image courtesy of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star—how I wonder what you are. It’s a question that dates back a lot longer than the old nursery rhyme. Since the beginning of time, philosophers, poets, and musicians have looked to the sky and tried to imagine what was up there. How many of us are still doing the same thing today?

This Saturday on Second Inversion: Starry Night. Join us for music that shimmers and sparkles like the stars in the sky. We’ll hear celestial sounds, astronaut anthems, and even music recorded in outer space. Plus, one composer’s musical impression of Van Gogh’s Starry Night—and another’s gravity-defying soundtrack for the Apollo 11 moon landing.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 9pm PT.

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