Sundays 11 a.m. - noon, Wednesdays 8 - 9 p.m.
Sound Currents is an hour-long music show featuring classical music of today, with themes and discussion of what gives new pieces that special something. Some of these pieces will stretch your ears and some will delight your senses; all will take you on a journey of discovering new composers and new music.
Hosted by violinist Laurel Parks and cellist Sascha Groschang, listen as they bring their fun, light, and unique perspective on the current sounds of classical music to the airwaves in Kansas City.
We're continuing our ode to women and celebrating Women's History Month on Sound Currents with an episode about music and motherhood. Hear music and conversation with this week's guest: Stacey Barelos.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, the most fiddle-y of holidays, hear music from the Fretless, a supergroup fiddle quartet. Hear fiddle tunes and folk melodies turned into intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements that have quickly gained a dedicated following and accolades from around the world.
March is Women's History Month. Celebrate with Sound Currents, as we explore music by and inspired by women.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Eleanor Alberga is a highly-regarded mainstream British composer with commissions from the BBC Proms and The Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Her music reflects not only the human experience, but also particular milestones in her life. Listen to it on this week's Sound Currents.