Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Continuous classical programming
12am - 7am

Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1 In E Minor
San Francisco Symphony

Friday, April 25

A Coffin in Egypt

Saturday, April 26

The Second Part of Henry VI

Saturday, April 26



Updated: 4/3/2014 08:29

Monday - Friday | 7:00am - 12:00pm

Actor and Radio personality Gary Hollis brings you the world’s most beautiful music just the way you remember it. Having been an usher and backstage valet at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Gary's love of classical music is quite obvious and contageous. Gary has been a host on K-Mozart for 23 years. “I grew up with this music, I love this music and California loves this music. I am fortunate enough to share it now with you.”

Monday - Friday | 12:00pm - 5:00pm

From a career spanning over 40 years in broadcasting and joining the staff of KKGO-FM 105.1 (Jazz) in 1983, Nick Tyler has had the opportunity to experience many facets of the world of radio. Now his return to KMozart re-kindles his fondness for timeless music fostered over a period of 16 years when he switched from Jazz to Classical radio in 1989. While his love of jazz remains firm, Nick says, “I’m very happy to be back on the air on KMozart playing some of the greatest music ever written.”

Monday - Friday | 5:00pm - 12:00am

John Santana got his start in radio as a teenager. In 1975, as a music major at Cal State, Fullerton, John was hired as a part-time classical announcer. After completing his Master’s degree in Composition and Music Theory in 1981, John became KFAC’s morning host. He was Program Director for the California Classical Network, which included KKGO, KKHI, and X-Bach. His training as a musician and composer have put John in demand as a pre-concert speaker for prestigious organizations across the country.

Sunday | 5:30am - 6:00am

Every Sunday morning at 5:30, join Mike Johnson as he presents a variety of topics of interest to all Southern Californians. The guests on Tuned In will represent a wide spectrum of subjects. If you have a non profit organization that would like to participate in the show contact Mike at