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WMRAWMRA 90.7 FM is a radio station in Harrisonburg, Virginia. WMRA is a noncommercial public radio station. WMRA station is owned by James Madison University. WMRA radio signal, with its satellite stations, covers a large part of western and central Virginia. Classical Music broadcasts on WMRA weeknights from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. WMRA FM broadcasts the finest in classical music and helps keep the arts thriving in our community by making wonderful classical music accessible to all.
WMRA operates the following satellite stations:

                              WMRY 103.5 FM Charlottesville
                              WMRL 89.9 FM Lexington
                              WMLU 91.3 FM Farmville (also airs Longwood University student programming)
                              W233AA 94.5 FM Winchester

 

Examples of programs: Bob’s Record Shelf, Dick’s Friday Classics

 
Contact: Mailing Address: WMRA & WEMC
983 Reservoir Street | Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone Numbers: (800) NPR-WMRA (toll free) , (540) 568-6221 (office)
FAX: (540) 568-3814

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WQLNWQLN-FM 91.3 FM, Q-91.3 FM serves the Erie, Pennsylvania area. WQLN-FM is a National Public Radio member station. Studios of WQLN are located in Erie. WQLN-FM is committed to providing the news, jazz, classical music and other fine arts programming to entertain, inform and enrich the Pennsylvania region. WQLN-FM broadcasts Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Classics with Wally or Bop’n the Blues. Classics with Wally is a wonderful, unique program produced in its own studio. This program broadcasts great works by the foremost composers are complemented by intriguing discoveries from the past and certainly the best of today’s compositions. Classics with Wally strives to provide the best and broadest selection of classical music and fine arts programming. This program broadcasts from 9am – 3pm weekdays, with weather, information on community events and news updates on the hour. 

WQLN-FM also broadcasts from the following 5 transmitters:

                              W207AF 89.3 FM Meadville,
                              W211AE 90.1 FM Mayville,
                              W218AP 91.5 FM Titusville,
                              W220BA 91.9 FM Oil City,
                              W255AE 98.9 FM Warren.

  

 

Examples of programs:
Beethoven Network, Classics with Wally Faas

 

Contact:
8425 Peach Street | Erie PA 16509-4788
Toll Free 1.800.727.8854
Main Switchboard 814.864.3001
Fax/Public Service Announcements 814.864.4077

 

 

BYU Radio is a radio station, located in Provo, Utah. BYU Radio is a sister station to BYU Television and came to the Brigham Young University (BYU) in 2002. BYU Radio reaches a large audience interested in the best LDS (the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) and BYU-centered audio programming. Today the network’s library of BYU contains thousands of hours of lectures, conferences, and campus devotionals on a variety of subjects and certainly a unique mix of peaceful and uplifting music. The station also broadcasts a wide variety of live broadcasts, including BYU Sports and concerts from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, BYU arts groups’ performances, Concerts from BYU School of Music. One of the examples of unique programs produced in its own studio is Rising Generation. Rising Generation is a one-hour program full of music especially written to uplift and entertain young adults and teens. In this program the listeners can hear favorite LDS composers in special BYU Radio interviews. Rising Generation airs on BYU Radio from 4-5 p.m. Mountain Time.
The station is available on Dish Network, the Internet, selected cable systems throughout the United States, and via satellite. 

 

Examples of programs: Rising Generation, Mormon Youth Symphony & Chorus, Mormon Tabernacle Choir

 

Contact: BYU Radio | Attn: Membership 2000 Ironton Blvd. Provo, UT 84606
Phone: 1-866-74-RADIO (1-866-747-2346)

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KAMU-FM 90.9 FM located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
KAMU-FM 90.9 FM is a public radio station, which is owned and operated by the university. In 2007, it became HD Radio station. It broadcasts 24 hours a day, in which 35 hours of local content each week. KAMU-FM is an affiliate of National Public Radio (NPR), Public Radio International (PRI), and American Public Media (APM). KAMU broadcasts news, classical music, jazz, international music. KAMU brings listeners programs such as Performance Today, Pipedreams, Classical Guitar Alive, and local programs, Barbershop Harmony Time, Brazos Valley Concert Series. Barbershop Harmony Time is broadcasted on Saturday 12:30pm – 1:00pm. It is locally produced program hosted by Dennis Driscoll, Associate Professor Emeritus in Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M University. Barbershop Harmony Time presents unique recordings of a cappella singing of the very finest quartets and choruses, both men’s and women’s from the United States and around the world.

 

 

Examples of programs:
Classical Guitar Alive, Performance Today, Barbershop Harmony Time

 

Contact:                                                             Physical / Shipping Address:
Mailing Address:                                                    KAMU TV-FM
KAMU TV-FM                                                        Moore Communications Center
Texas A&M University                                            Houston St. at John David Crow St. 
4244 TAMU                                                            College Station, TX 77843-4244
College Station, TX 77843-4244

 

Phone: (979) 845-5611; Fax: (979) 845-1643

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KBAQ 89.5 FMKBAQ 89.5 FM, “K Bach” is a radio station in Phoenix, Arizona. It broadcasts classical music twenty-four hours per day. The main office of KBAQ is located in Tempe. The station transmits from the White Tank Mountains. It has two translators K209DV at 89.7 FM and K207CO at 89.3 FM and a live Internet audio stream is available. It is also simulcast on local PBS station KAET digital channel 8.4. KBAQ’s slogan is “Your classical companion”. The station has a nickname, which is a play on the name of composer Johann Sebastian Bach. KBAQ is licensed to Maricopa Community Colleges (MCC), and is operated jointly by MCC, Rio Salado Community College, and Arizona State University.
KBAQ is the sister radio station to 91.5 FM KJZZ.
Schedule also includes a number of unique programs produced in its own studios, such as Arizona Opera, The Phoenix Symphony, ASU in Concert, The Fabulous Fritts, and KBAQ’s Mozart Buffet with Randy Kinkel. KBAQ’s Mozart Buffet features music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his contemporaries.

 

Examples of programs: Mozart Buffet, Performance Today, Sunday Baroque, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
Metropolitan Opera.

 

Contact: KBAQ 89.5 FM | 2323 W. 14th Street | Tempe, Arizona 85281 
Phone: 480-833-1122 Fax: 480-774-8475

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KBPS All Classical 89.9 fmKBPS – All Classical 89.9 FM is a classical music radio station in Portland, Oregon, USA.
KBPS-FM was established in 1983, KBPS is committed to providing classical music and other fine arts programming to entertain, inform and enrich the northwest Oregon, southwest Washington regions and is also available via the internet. The stations of All Classical rebroadcast the KBPS signal from Portland.
KBPS-FM is owned by KBPS Public Radio Foundation, a non-profit organization. As non-commercial public radio stations, KBPS relies on listener contributions, which provide over two-thirds of their budget. KBPS-FM also receives financial support from local businesses and arts organizations that underwrite our programming through on-air sponsorships.
KBPS‘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. It broadcasts classical music 24 hours a day. bring you renowned programs such as All Classical Symphony Hall, Night Music, Performance Today, Metropolitan Opera.
All Classical Symphony Hall is a rather new weekly program, broadcasting Monday through Friday, features the best of the symphonic form from American and European orchestras, both live and recorded. Night Music is a unique late night/overnight program produced in its own studios, airing 10 p. m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday, features classical music with the night in mind with host Andrea Murray.

 

 
Examples of programs: All Classical Symphony Hall, Performance Today, Metropolitan Opera

 

Contact: KBPS, 515 NE 15th Ave | Portland, OR 97232
Phone: (503) 943-5828      Fax: (503) 802-9456
Toll Free: 1 (888) 306-5277

 

Email: music.info at allclassical.org

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KBSU 90.3 FMKBSU 90.3 FM – Boise State Radio – is Classical Radio Station located in Boise, Idaho. The station broadcasts classical music and other entertainment programming from American Public Media and Public Radio International. KBSU strives to provide the best and broadest selection of news, classical music and fine arts programming heard in the country. 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 KBSU‘s listeners.
KBSU‘s programming is repeated on KBSM, 91.7 FM, located in McCall, Idaho, in Cascade at 90.9 FM , in lower Stanley at 91.1 FM, and in Stanley at 106.3 FM.
KBSU is a non-commercial radio station.

 

Contact: Boise State Radio, 1910 University Dr, Boise ID 83725-1915
Phone: (208) 426-3663 (888) 859-5278 Fax: (208) 344-6631


 

KBYU-FMKBYU-FM 89.1 FM Classical 89 is a classical music radio station run by Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. KBYU-FM has a nickname Classical 89. KBYU-FM began broadcasting at Brigham Young University as an AM station in the 1940s. Originally named KBRG, it was the first collegiate radio station west of the Mississippi.
The station became KBYU and also the FM station in 1960.
In 1978 the station changed to an all-classical music format, which it carries today. In 1987, the 20-hour broadcast day went to a full 24 hours a day. Now KBYU broadcasts 24 hours a day. KBYU-FM is a nonprofit, public support station, which broadcasts at a frequency of 89.1 FM in Salt Lake County, at 89.5 FM in Utah County, and online at www.classical89.org.
Classical 89 broadcasts the finest in classical music. KBYU provides comprehensive classical music programming, combining original productions, distinctive specialty programs, live concert presentations and the talents of local and nationally-recognized hosts. KBYU-FM broadcasts presentations of Utah Symphony concerts and other locally-produced music productions, and to provide access to national programming.
In 2006, KBYU began broadcasting an ‘HD Radio’ signal along with its main signal, service on its HD2 signal.

 
Examples of programs: Classical Top 40; Classics for Kids; Composers Datebook

 

Contact: Classical 89 KBYU-FM | Attn: Membership | 2000 Ironton Blvd. | Provo, UT 84606
Phone: 1-800-298-5298


 

KCCUKCCU 89.3 FM is lisenced to Cameron University, which is located in Lawton, Oklahoma. A classical radio station, KCCU 89.3 FM, was founded during Davis’ tenure, who was President of Cameron University from 1980 to 2002. KCCU is a not-for-profit educational station. KCCU provides engaging and stimulating information, entertainment, and jazz and classical music programs of the highest quality. KCCU brings a liKCCU (89.3 FM) is lisenced to Cameron University, which is located in Lawton, Oklahoma. A classical radio station, KCCU 89.3 FM, was founded during Davis’ tenure, who was President of Cameron University from 1980 to 2002. KCCU is a not-for-profit educational station.
KCCU provides engaging and stimulating information, entertainment, and jazz and classical music programs of the highest quality. KCCU brings a listener programs such as, SymphonyCast, Pipedreams, Classical guitar alive.
“SymphonyCast” is hosted by Brian Newhouse.
It is a two-hour weekly radio program featuring a full-length concert by a major symphony. The music is taken from Europe’s premier symphony orchestras, along with U.S. orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra.
“Pipedreams” is hosted by Michael Barone. It’s 90-minute programs, which is devoted to organs, organ music and organists. The station is also broadcast on HD radio.

 

Examples of programs: KCCU Classics, Hosted by:Peter Van De Graaff; Symphonycast; Pipedreams; Classical guitar alive, Hosted by: Tony Morris

 

Contact: KCCU | 2800 W. Gore Blvd. | Lawton, OK. 73505-6377
Phone: 888-454-7800
E-mail Address : kccu@cameron.edu


 

KCMEKCME 88.7 FM is a radio station in Manitou Springs, Colorado. KCME is founded in 1977 and signed on for the first time in 1979. KCME-FM is an independent public radio station that broadcasts classical music twenty-four hours a day. When KCME began broadcasting, its studios were located in a small house near a babbling creek in Manitou Springs, Colorado and over the years, KCME has grown to the point where it now broadcasts its signal over a much wider area from its transmitter high a top Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs. KCME is also simulcast on:
                                        Manitou Springs (88.7 FM)
                                        Cripple Creek / Victor (89.5 FM)
                                        Salida / Buena Vista (89.5 FM)
                                        Cañon City / Florence (91.1 FM)
                                        Woodland Park (93.5 FM)
                                        Summit County (89.3 FM).

KCME recently extended its broadcasting online and it is also now using HD Radio.

 
Examples of programs: Classics for kids, Sunday Baroque, From the top

 
Contact: 88.7 KCME-FM’s studios: 1921 North Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
General Inquiries: (719) 578-5263 or (800) 492-5263