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         Greetings from KING FM!
I am pleased to inform you that KING FM announcer Sean MacLean has chosen to feature music and concert information for Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra next week on Classical KING FM’s Northwest Focus program in anticipation of your upcoming concert.

Northwest Focus showcases the best of the northwest music scene by presenting local concert performances, concert previews, and new releases weekday nights at 8PM. This is one of the many ways that KING FM continually reaches out to and supports its arts community.

How to get more people to hear you on KING FM. We hope you will share this news with your supporters, patrons, and fans via your website, eNewsletters, Facebook, and/or Twitter so more people will hear about your on-air features. We will be linking to your organization on our website, and hope you will do the same. I’ve listed some key, quick resources so we can work together to expand our reach—see below:
Tune in for the Broadcast!
1)      On the dial in Seattle at 98.1 or
2)      Online, world-wide at: bit.ly/king981

About Northwest Focus
More information at Facebook ‘Like’ KING FM on Facebook
Twitter Link to @KINGFM and @nwfocus

Monday, March 2
Weber:  Euryanthe Overture at approximately 8:00pm

Tuesday, March 3
Mussorgsky:  Pictures at an Exhibition at approximately 8:27pm

If/when you do choose to share this information with your patrons, please use the full name “Classical KING FM 98.1” in any messaging you may do. This helps us help you by directing the most people possible back to our website/Facebook/Twitter/on-air!

KING FM aims to continue supporting classical music as well as our local arts scene in any way we can, and it is a goal of ours to continue to build a lasting relationship between Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra and KING FM. If you have any questions, program changes, additional information, please let me know. Thank you for reading!


Sarah Anthony
Arts Outreach Manager
Classical KING FM 98.1 | www.KING.org
10 Harrison Street, Suite 100 | Seattle, WA 98109

Email: saraha@king.org
Phone: (206) 691-2962

Enhancing a Community Treasure
KING FM – Listener Supported Classical Music


Bravo Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra

Posted by Lance Dickie
Bravo and welcome back. The Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra performed its inaugural concert Sunday nearly three years after the implosion of the Bellevue Philharmonic Orchestra.
An Eastside treasure returned in robust form, again under the direction of Michael Miropolsky. The music of Johann Strauss, Hugo Alfven, Bizet and Rimsky-Korsakov delighted the audience at the Lake Washington High School Performing Arts Center. Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen welcomed the audience and shared in the celebratory moment for this professional orchestra finding new life as a musician-run organization. Board member and violinist Martha Garrett also greeted the classical music fans and community members who had helped revive an Eastside symphony orchestra. Bellevue Philharmonic Orchestra’s demise was a combination of economic stress, debt and organizational tensions. The closure in 2011 ended a 43-year run. The new symphony had prepared for Sunday’s debut with intense rehearsals, and epic behind-the-scenes efforts to raise money and look ahead. Fundraising to cover the next concert – renting the hall, renting the music and paying musicians and conductor – all loom ahead. In that spirit, the orchestra extends an invitation to the “Symphony of Gardens,” a tour with live music of five featured gardens in Clyde Hill, Medina, Hunts Point and Kirkland. Check for updated information about the June 29 event at the symphony website. The music on Sunday had the vigor and energy of talented, professional musicians under the baton of a gifted, personable conductor. A fresh start for a valued Eastside institution.


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