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Listen to Kevin Doherty on Morning Classical on CapRadio Weekday Mornings from 6-10 a.m. Pacific Time, of course!


Then continue to listen to classical music all day on CapRadio's Classical Stream.

Morning Classical Host at Capital Public Radio

As the weekday morning classical host at CapRadio, Kevin entertains audiences regularly with an extensive knowledge of the classical repertoire, interviews many notable classical music personalities, and reports on music events happening in the area. Kevin has had the opportunity to speak with folks like conductor Nicolas McGeegan, violinist Rachel Barton Pine, Metropolitan Opera soprano Jennifer Black and more. 


Kevin Talks with Jeffrey Kahane

Conductor and pianist Jeffrey Kahane is in Sacramento to lead the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera in it's Beethoven Festival this year. Hear my interview with him on CapRadio Music!


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Kevin Chats With
Simone Dinnerstein 

Simone Dinnerstein was just hanging out minding her own business when out of the blue she received an invitation to breakfast. This was no ordinary invitation; Philip Glass had heard about Dinnerstein and wanted to meet. Out of that meeting came a new piano concerto and a new album - Circles. Click here to hear the CapRadio feature.

Home Is Where The Classical Music Is

"Forty-some folks have convened in [Natalie] Popovich’s living room to witness the evening’s entertainment. They take their places on the floor in anticipation of Bay Area-based classical pianist Joseph Irrera and cellist Chris Thibdeau of Atlanta, Georgia. This is the eighth time that Popovich has hosted a classical concert in her home." More at

Photo by Andrew Nixon, Capital Public Radio

Listen to Morning Classical on Capital Public Radio

Listen to Kevin Doherty every weekday morning from 6 to 10 a.m. (PT) on Capital Public Radio as he hosts Morning Classical. Hear the very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and so many more of the greats of the classical music canon. You'll also enjoy the music of today's composers like Philip Glass, John Adams, and Michael Daugherty. Stay up to date with the great performers of our time with the "Artist of the Week." Click here to listen live now:

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