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KCBX 90.1 FM is a Public Radio Station based in San Luis Obispo, California. KCBX broadcasts various programs from NPR, jazz and classical music, along with specialty shows such as Democracy Now. KCBX provides the best known composers from the Classical period, such as, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven and many others. KCBX helps to keep the arts thriving in our community by making wonderful classical music accessible to all.
KCBX operates a satellite station in Santa Barbara operating as KSBX at 89.5 FM, as well as several broadcast translators scattered throughout the Central Coast: K215AF at 90.9 FM (Cambria), K215AG at 90.9 FM (Solvang), K215AH at 90.9 FM (Avila Beach), K216AG at91.1 FM (Cayucos), K236AF at 95.1 FM (Lompoc).

 

Contact KCBX: KCBX Public Radio, FM 90 | 4100 Vachell Lane | San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Phone: (805) 549-8855 In California: 1-800-549-8855
Email: kcbx@kcbx.org


 

KCFP 91.9 FM is a radio station in Pueblo, Colorado. It serves the Pueblo area. The station is currently owned by Public Broadcasting Of Colorado. KCFP broadcasts a Classical format. In 1996 KCFP Pueblo became the fourth Colorado Public Radio station. The mission of Colorado Public Radio is to create and distribute public radio programmin- for the people of Colorado and it is very important to be an educational and cultural resource for the audiences. At 91.9 FM the power of classical music transforms ordinary experiences into extraordinary ones- every day. Favorites from classical music’s masters as well as less widely known treasures from the repertoire combine to provide a rich and enlightening musical journey for KCFP‘s listeners. KCFP broadcasts in HD Digital radio.

 

Contact: KCFP 91.9 FM  | 2249 SOUTH JOSEPHINE ST | Denver, CO 80210
Phone: 303-871-9191 Fax: 303-733-3319

 

 

KPBX 91.1 FM is a public radio station serving Spokane, Washington. Today, the station broadcasts a mix of NPR news, classical music and jazz. KPBX broadcasts some of the best available recordings of classical music, plus some performances live from the studio. KPBX‘s classical broadcasts are the most appealing classical music from every era, with special emphasis on new releases and music of timely interest. Great works – broadcast complete – by the foremost composers are complemented by intriguing discoveries from the past and certainly the best of today’s compositions. Verne Windham frequently features music and discussions with local artists. For example, in the program “Guitar Hour” classical guitarist Leon Atkinson joins Verne Windham in the KPBX studio on Thursday at 11am for an hour and they transmit live and recorded music. “Performance Today” is hosted by Fred Child and shows NPR’s classical music magazine, featuring modern performances of classicial works.

 
Examples of programs: Night Lights Classic Jazz, Morning Classical Music with Verne Windham, Guitar Hour

 

Contact: KPBX 91.1 FM | 2319 N. Monroe St. | Spokane, WA 99205 
Phone: 509.328.5729 or 1.800.328-5729 Fax: 509.328.5764
E-Mail: kpbx@kpbx.org

 

 

KUAF 91.3 FM is licensed to Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA. KUAF serves the Ft. Smith area. The station is currently owned by University of Arkansas. The station broadcasts News Talk Information. KUAF offers 3 HD chanels: FM rebroadcast, Classical 24, News and Information. Classical 24 is a nationally syndicated classical music service dedicated to live classical music programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. KUAF‘s broadcast schedule includes locally produced and hosted classical music programming, interviews, and information about music. KUAF regularly broadcasts programs featuring internationally renowned orchestras, opera. Favorites from classical music’s masters as well as less widely known treasures from the repertoire combine to provide a rich and enlightening musical journey for KUAF‘s listeners.

 

Examples of programs: Classical Music with PJ Robowski, Classical Music hosted by Peter Van De Graaff

 

Contact: KUAF 91.3 NPR | 747 W. Dickson Street | Fayetteville, AR | 72701 – Map to Station
Phone – 479-575-2556  Toll-free – 800-522-KUAF (5823) Fax – 479-575-8440

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KUAT-FM 90.5 FM serves the Tucson, Arizona, metropolitan area. KUAT-FM is a radio station operated out of the University of Arizona. It operates at 90.5 FM and on K209AF 89.7 FM (89.7 has a weaker signal than 90.5) with a classical format. KUAT-FM began broadcasting in 1975 in classical format and as a National Public Radio affiliate. KUAT-FM helps keep the arts thriving in our community by making wonderful classical music accessible to all. KUAT broadcasts programs such as Metropolitan Opera, The Cast. The Metropolitan Opera’s 78th season continues on Classical KUAT-FM on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. with a performance of Mozart’s The Magic Flute in an abbreviated one-act “family production.” KUAT Classical broadcasts timeless music and exceptional specials like Community Concerts, a series of recitals and concerts recorded live in Southern Arizona.

KUAT-FM has four translators throughout southern Arizona:

                              90.5 FM (Tucson)
                              89.7 FM (New Tucson)
                              89.7 FM (Sierra Vista)
                              89.5 FM (Safford)
                              88.9 FM (Bisbee)
                              91.7 FM (Nogales).

 

Examples of programs:
Lit Service, The Cast, The Metropolitan Opera

 

Contact: 1423 E. University Blvd. | Tucson, AZ 85721-0067

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WBAAWBAA 101.3 FM is lisenced to West Lafayette. It is owned by Purdue University. WBAA broadcast from studios in the Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music on the Purdue campus. The transmitters are located in Lafayette, Indiana. WBAA provides classical music and fine arts programming. WBAA‘s classical broadcasts are the most appealing classical music from every era, with special emphasis on new releases and music of timely interest. Great works – broadcast complete – by the foremost composers are complemented by intriguing discoveries from the past and certainly the best of today’s compositions. WBAA provides the best and broadest selection of classical music and fine arts programming heard in the country. With a broadcast radius of approximately 20 miles, including Tippecanoe and most adjacent counties, WBAA has the potential to reach more than 150,000 listeners.
 

Examples of programs: Morning Edition, Classical Music with Jan Simon

 

Contact: WBAA  Radio, 712 Third Street | West Lafayette, Indiana, 47907-2005 |
Phone: 765-494-5920 Fax: 765-496-1542
Email: wbaa@wbaa.org OR news@wbaa.org

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WBNI 94.1 FM – Classical Northeast Indiana Public Radio is licensed to Roanoke, Indiana. WBNI is a Fort Wayne, Indiana-area public radio station. WBNI is owned and operated by Northeast Indiana Public Radio. The station is a member station of National Public Radio. WBNI began broadcasting in 1978 as WIPU-FM at 89.1 MHz on the campus on Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) with a very limited schedule using university staff and students. Then the station was renamed to WBNI and moved to studios in the historic YWCA facility on North Wells Street. WBNI‘s broadcast schedule includes locally produced and hosted classical music programming, interviews, and information about music. WBNI regularly broadcasts programs featuring internationally renowned orchestras, opera, jazz. The station broadcasts tapes of local concerts, including the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. WBNI‘s schedule also includes a number of unique programs produced in its own studios. For example, classical programs such as the morning “Con Brio” program and the afternoon “Matinee” program. There is also a long-running “Symphonic Sessions” program, usually hosted by Glenn Bogle, on Wednesdays from 8 to 10 p.m. Other locally-produced classical programs include “Guitar Showcase”, hosted by local guitarist Bob Ferguson.

 
Examples of programs: Classical Music with famous hosts, such as Scott Blankenship, Ward Jacobson, Bob Christenson and many others , Guitar Showcase,  Symphonic Sessions, Matinee

 

Contact: Northeast Indiana Public Radio | 3204 Clairmont Court | Fort Wayne, IN 46808
Phone: Local: 260.452.1189 Regional: 800.471.9264 Fax: 260.452.1188

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WCNY-FM Classic-FM is located in Syracuse, New York. WCNY-FM is a National Public Radio member station. In 1985, WUNY-FM was added to broadcast to Utica and the Mohawk Valley. In 1986, classical music came to the North Country, when WJNY-FM signed-on in Watertown. With the addition of Utica and finally Watertown, the umbrella name of CLASSIC FM was adopted, and so it is today. One of the tenets of CLASSIC FM service is to broadcast performances by local performing arts organizations. This service starts with Central New York’s own Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. CLASSIC FM is pleased to offer SSO performances on Monday at 8pm and then repeat the program on the next Sunday at noon, with the help and support of Michael Roberts Associates. WCNY-FM also presents performances from Civic Morning Musicals, the Skaneateles Chamber Music Festival, Cooperstown and Chenango Music Fests, and the many other series, groups, and individual artists.

 
Examples of programs: Classic Choices with many hosts, Saturday Classics, Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

 
Contact: WCNY-FM Classic-FM | 506 Old Liverpool Road | P.O. Box 2400 | Syracuse, New York 13220-2400
Phone: (315)453-2424 Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm
CLASSIC FM Listener Request Line: (315)234-5081

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WKSU WKSU 89.7 FM is located in Kent, Ohio. WKSU-FM is a non-commercial FM radio station at Kent State University. WKSU offers NPR, APM and PRI programming, classical music, regional news. WKSU began broadcasting in 1950. WKSU was broadcasting five hours a day, five days a week, now the station broadcasts all day. WKSU HD.3 has the Classical Channel content. WKSU provides comprehensive classical music programming, combining original productions, distinctive specialty programs, live concert presentations and the talents of wonderful hosts. WKSU repeats in Thompson (89.1 WKSV), Wooster (89.3 WKRW), Norwalk (90.7 WNRK), New Philadelphia (91.5 WKRJ), Boardman (107.5 W298BA), and Ashland (95.7 W238AZ).
The station has a web site from 1994.

 
Examples of programs: Classical Music with Bob Christiansen; Classical Music with Ward Jacobson

 

Contact: WKSU Offices: 1613 East Summit Street Kent |  Ohio 44242 
Mailing Address: WKSU-FM P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242-0001
Phones: (330) 672-3114, (800) 672-2132 FAX: (330) 672-4107
Email: letters@wksu.org

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WQXR-FM 96.3 FM WQXR 96.3 FM is based in New York City, New York. WQXR is licensed to The New York Times. WQXR began broadcasting in 1936, it is one of the oldest continuously operating FM stations in the world. The New York Times bought the station in 1944. WQXR broadcasts from the top of the Empire State Building, and this station is one of the most listened-to classical music station in the United States, with an average quarter-hour audience of 63,000. As with most remaining classical music stations in the United States, WQXR‘s playlist has changed over the years, now it is focused on shorter and more easily assimilated pieces and away from long pieces and most vocal music including opera. WQXR does however play a fair amount of 20th century classical works. WQXR 96.3 FMprovides comprehensive classical music programming, combining original productions, distinctive specialty programs, live concert presentations and the talents of local and nationally-recognized hosts. WQXR broadcasts great works by the foremost composers, which are complemented by intriguing discoveries from the past and certainly the best of today’s compositions.

 
Examples of programs: Reflections from the Keyboard with David Dubal; Metropolitan Opera
The Office Hour

 

Contact: WQXR Listener Mail | 122 5TH AVE, 3RD FLOOR | New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-633-7600 Fax: 212-633-7666
Email: listener.mail@wqxr.com