Mark Shikuma

Music Director


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Here are a few selections planned for today's edition of Moveable Feast.

Follow future Moveable Feast playlists here and listen back to the previous two episodes here.

 DANISH STRING QUARTET/ Last Leaf (ECM)“Polska from Dorotea”  

La Voz

The past year's notable recordings come from wide, eclectic influences, with many of the favorite 2017 albums released were from women artists.  As with all of these type of year-end lists, this is a subjective look at albums, which emerged from huge piles of recordings that I went through the past year, that caught my ear as something unique, special and made me repeatedly play it over and over. 



  CLASSICAL: Celebrating contemporary U.S. composer Steve Reich’s 80th birthday, Reich’s first three albums, Music for 18 Musicians, Music for a Large Ensemble/Violin Phase/Octet, and Tehillim, originally released in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, have been reissued (The ECM Recordings) and are considered key works (Stereophile Magazine review).

From electronica to classic bolero, Music Director Mark Shikuma reviews new arrivals to the KHSU studios. 

From punk to classical, KHSU Music Director highlights new releases of interest to the KHSU listenership. 

Read on for recaps.

Here's the updated list of new music arrivals for the past week, shelved on April 30th. There's a large list this week, with 41 new titles.

For the month of April, we've added 173 new music titles in our New Music Arrivals section, in all genres.  Read on for recaps.