Baroque by the Bay
Jeffrey Thomas, our resident baroque specialist, features music from the Renaissance to the Baroque and beyond. This two-hour weekly show explores a wonderful mix of music for a Sunday morning, showcasing local groups specializing in this music.
Bay Area Mix
Third Sunday of the Month, 8pm
KDFC has created a new show that highlights our outstanding Bay Area groups! Jeffrey Freymann and Ray White team up to share with you the immediacy of the many live performances that are going on all around us in a relaxed and fun way. See what’s coming up.
From the Top
Hear the future of classical music on this award-winning program that features the country’s most talented teenaged musicians, hosted by Christopher O’Riley. Sunday nights at 7PM.
KDFC a la carte
Dianne Nicolini serves up your favorite classical fare weekdays at noon…by request! Let Dianne know what you’d like to hear!
KDFC TONIGHT with Rik Malone
Rik Malone ties it all together with a different theme each evening from 8 – 11, wrapping up your weekday with KDFC Tonight. See what Rik has planned.
Off to School Request
Get the kids involved with the Off to School Request at 7:30am. Make a request today!
Metropolitan Opera Broadcast on KDFC
Saturday mornings, December through May, 10am
KDFC is home to The Metropolitan Opera broadcast, featuring full-length productions of the latest the Met has to offer, each Saturday morning from December through May. See what’s coming up.
Modern Times with Alan Chapman
Join Alan Chapman in exploring great musical works from the past 100 years. Modern Times features music by acknowledged classical masters as well as emerging composers of merit. See what’s coming up.
Mozart in the Morning
Hoyt Smith starts your morning with a bit of Mozart, from his most famous to the lesser known, weekday mornings at 9am.
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Broadcast
Second Sunday of the Month, 8pm
America’s finest period instrument orchestra, and a Bay Area treasure, can now be heard on KDFC. Hear the greatest works from the 17th century to the early 19th century recorded live in concert. See what’s coming up.
The Sacred Concert
The director of the American Bach Soloists, Jeffrey Thomas, shares two hours of the voices of angels, sacred choral works of divine inspiration, Sundays 7-9am.
San Francisco Symphony Broadcast on KDFC
You have the best seat in the house every Tuesday night at 8pm, for concerts recorded live at Davies Symphony Hall. See what’s coming up.
San Francisco Opera Broadcast on KDFC
First Sunday of the Month, 8pm
The first Sunday of each month is the night that sings on KDFC. The glorious voices of the SFO season transport you from the comfort of your living room to the War Memorial Opera House, starting at 8PM. See what’s coming up.
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
Tune in to the first broadcast series of a Chinese orchestra to U.S. radio audiences! Host Hoyt Smith and Maestro Long Yu present the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra (SSO) alongside an all-star line-up of soloists, including Lang Lang, Maxim Vengerov, Yo-Yo Ma, Yujia Wang and Christian Tetzlaff. Guest conductors include Zubin Mehta, Sir Andrew Davis, Osmo Vänskä, Daniele Gatt and Paavo Järvi. Check out the schedule.
The State of the Arts
Wednesdays through Fridays, 7:58am, 12:58pm, and 5:58pm
The Bay Area has some of the world’s best-known performing arts organizations and cultural offerings. Each day, Jeffrey Freymann showcases activities, concerts, soloists and ensembles coming through the area. Learn More.
Travel with Rick Steves
The PBS travel expert comes off the road to share his experiences and opinions about travel Sunday mornings at 6AM.