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|Through the Night
with Peter Van de Graaff
|Peter draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. All selections are programmed from a record library of over 75,000 records and CD's, focusing on the standards of the repertoire, but also drawing from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what is call "classical music."
Through the Night's Home Page
|Performance Today features live concerts by famous artists in concert halls around the globe and from the American Public Media studios as well as interviews, news and features. Listeners to Performance Today, on any given day, may hear from performances in the great concert halls of New York, Prague, London, Berlin and Paris.
Performance Today's Home Page
Classical 24's Home Page
with Bill McGlaughlin
|Bill's in-depth knowledge of, and deep passion for classical music, along with his enthusiasm, imagination and spontaneity, will guide your listeners through a new musical theme each week, devoting five hours to a single topic.
Exploring Music's Home Page
with Alison Young
|SymphonyCast is a two-hour weekly radio program featuring a full-length concert by a national or international symphony orchestra. Concerts are drawn from Europe's leading ensembles, along with U.S. orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra and The Cleveland Orchestra.
SymphonyCast's Home Page
|When it comes to music, there is nothing to match the power of a huge pipe organ performance.
Pipedreams's Home Page
|Saint Paul Sunday
Saint Paul Sunday's Home Page
|Classical Guitar Alive
with Tony Morris
|Tony Morris is heard each week by radio listeners of over 200 stations across the United States, and world-wide via internet broadcasts as the host of the Classical Guitar Alive! program.
Classical Guitar Alive's Home Page
|Live! From the Concertgebouw!
Live! From the Concertgebouw!'s Home Page
|Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
|The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s 2010-2011 radio season features 26 one-hour programs drawn from live performances recorded during the Chamber Music Society’s 2009-2010 season
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center 's Home Page
|With Heart and Voice
With Heart and Voice's Home Page
Harmonia's Home Page
Chicago Symphony 's Home Page
|Beethoven Satellite Network
|Music Through the Night
Music Through the Night's Home Page
with Mindy Heusel
|Mindy Heusel offers her highly enjoyable musical Perspective, including music by late 20th-century and 21st-century composers, music from movie soundtracks, and world and folk music. Her provocative approach to music programming provides compelling evidence that classical music remains relevant and dynamic and that it continues to resonate with today's audiences.
Perspective's Home Page
with Midge Woolsey
Symphony Hall's Home Page
with Alan Chapman
Classical Music's Home Page
with Dennis Bartel
Classical Music's Home Page
with Adriana Bate
|Dallas Classical Music in the Morning
with Christopher Hackett
|Tune in every morning to get on the road and start your workday with some of the most pleasant company you're likely to find - Christopher Hackett and The Morning Show.
Dallas Classical Music in the Morning's Home Page
with Rich Capparela
with Kimberlea Daggy
|Classics in the Morning
with David Garland
|WNYC's nightly music mix draws from the full history of classical music, sometimes emphasizing a particular composer, instrument, or compositional approach.
Evening Music's Home Page
|500 Years of New Music
|WNYC's HD channel explores stimulating contemporary music, unearths exclusive WNYC performances, scours the archives for rarely heard historic and live recordings, refreshes pieces that have gone stale, and selects the most dynamic and insightful renditions of the classics.
|All Mozart, all the time
|Classical Music for your evening listening
with Alan Chapman
|Alan Chapman was a longtime member of the music faculty at Occidental College and has also been a visiting professor at UCLA and UC Santa Barbara
Modern Times's Home Page
|Classical Music From Delmarva
|The Going Home Show
with Kurt Rongey
with Annie Bergen
|WNYC's nightly music mix draws from the full history of classical music, sometimes emphasizing a particular composer, instrument, or compositional approach. Evening Music makes a nighttime mood, and in the course of a program offers a pleasant musical background, as well as music worth close attention
Evening Music's Home Page
|Adventures in Good Music
with Karl Haas
|Each weeknight, Karl Haas discusses a new music topic. One program may discuss the evolution of the symphony, another may touch on interpretation, and another may explore humor in music. Dr. Haas sometimes starts with a theme idea, an ingenious title, or with the music itself.
Adventures in Good Music's Home Page
|Classics at night
|Symphony at 7
with John Rittmeyer
|Classical Music from Aspen
|Live from the Carolyn M. Byham Cultural District Studio, Downtown, with essential classics, NPR news and weather
|Something Old Something New
Something Old Something New's Home Page
|The Classics from Hofstra
|The Classical Connection
|Michael Toulouse hosts The Classical Connection, playing a variety of classical performances each weeknight.
Toulouse says, "If there's one thing I know I can provide, it's variety. Our library has approximately thirty thousand unique performances of classical music on almost five thousand discs â€“ and that's just the portion that has been cataloged with our software.â€
The Classical Connection's Home Page
|Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
with Jim Cunningham
|From the facilities of WQED in Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents
|The Mozart Mix
|Houston Classical Morning Show
with Lisa Flynn
|A native New Yorker, Candice attended the University of Rochester and Eastman School of Music. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Russian from Barnard College, and later did graduate work in History at Columbia University. As a child, Candice had the opportunity to spend three magical summers at National Music Camp (now Interlochen Arts Camp), The instruction and inspiration she received there contributed immeasurably to her lifelong devotion to sharing classical music in every way possible.
|Unwind for the night listening to the classics
|WUGA Afternoon Concert
|Three-and-one-half hours of classical music emits from WUGA's studios each weekday afternoon (two hours on Fridays). From Renaissance masters to 20th-Century composers, Afternoon Concert samples the diverse world of classical music available today.
WUGA Afternoon Concert's Home Page
|New York Philharmonic
with Elliott Forrest
|Mad about Music
with Gilbert Kaplan
|Award-winning publisher and Mahler conductor Gilbert Kaplan is Mad About Music. Kaplan, host of the revealing show on WNYC 93.9 FM, explores the emotional power of music on the lives of celebrities through interviews and hand-picked recordings. Every month, internationally famous guests select five key musical works and discuss why those pieces are important to them.
Mad about Music's Home Page
|WFMT (Chicago) Classical Music
|WFMT, the classical music service of Chicago's WTTW Public Radio/TV presents different features each night. Consult with WFMT program schedule for each night's programming.
|Performance In Pittsburgh
|Stephen Baum Live from the Cultural District
|Classical Music while you watch the corn grow
|Music in the Afternoon
with Jim Lange & Frank Stowers
|The best in classical music ... rooted in the tradition of the past, yet looking forward ... both standard repertoire and new pieces that reflect classical music’s absorption of folk, jazz, and other musical styles.
Jim Lange and Frank Stowers host Music in the Afternoon.
Music in the Afternoon's Home Page
|The best starving musicians usually go baroque.
Showcase's Home Page
|From the Top
|While You Work
with Dianne Nicolini
|Dianne Nicolini graduated from Cal in Dramatic Art and has a master's degree in Theater from University of Missouri. Dianne enjoys walks around her Crocker Highlands neighborhood, dining out with friends, and savoring a good book while basking in the sunshine in the backyard with a cool Cosmopolitan by her side.
While You Work's Home Page
|Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
|WUGA Night Music
WUGA Night Music's Home Page
with Hoyt Smith
|Let the sun rise with the voices of angels. Hoyt Smith hosts two hours of inspiring choral and sacred vocals.
|Here of a Sunday Morning
with Chris Whent
|Early Music in context. Art Music created before 1800, presented in depth while exploring the lives of those who created it, and those for whom they created it.
Here of a Sunday Morning's Home Page
|Early Morning Concert
Early Morning Concert's Home Page
|The Record Shelf
The Record Shelf 's Home Page
with John Zech
with Lori Skelton & Veronica Rueckert
|Evening Easy Candlelight Serenade
|Music for a romantic candlelit dinner
|Lunch with Mozart
with Ed Cunningham
|Host Ed Cunningham interviews with classical musicians, conductors, and composers
WHYY Showcase's Home Page
|Music from the Movies
with Regina Scruggs
|Enjoy orchestral film scores from the 1930s to the present.
|Evening Symphony Concerts
|WJCT Presents the JSO
|Live from the Carolyn M. Byham Cultural District Studio, Downtown, with relaxing classics to soothe your commute and keep you company through dinner
with Boyce Lancaster
|Albany Symphony Orchestra
|St. Paul Sunday
|Answer the call to a deeper musical insight with St. Paul Sunday. An adventure in sound with an accent on the new, St. Paul Sunday features performances, as well as discussions of new works and ensembles.
St. Paul Sunday's Home Page
|Measure for Measure
Measure for Measure's Home Page
with Alan Campbell.
|Then & Now
with Sarah Cahill
|Classical music- both old and new- presented from KALW by Sarah Cahill.
Then & Now's Home Page
with Jim Fleming
with Norman Gililand
|WHDD's Evening Classics
with Greg Berg
|WGTD Fine Arts Director Greg Berg takes you into mid morning with a fine collection of classical and contemporary music during Music Potpourri.
Music Potpourri's Home Page
|Classical Overnight (Lamar University))
|The Big Island
|Music to suit your Sunday style – a three hour Island of Sanity. Relax your way with KDFC’s sounds of serenity.
|KDFC All Night
with Nadia Sirota & Helga Davis
|Classical Music from the WNYC All Classical Music station (formerly owned by the NY Times)
WQXR Overnight's Home Page
Pittsburg Symphony's Home Page
|Music for a Monday Afternoon
Music for a Monday Afternoon's Home Page
|Performance Today Weekend
Performance Today Weekend's Home Page
Milwaukee Symphony's Home Page
|San Franciso Symphony
San Franciso Symphony's Home Page
Pittsburh Symphony's Home Page
|New York Phillarmonic
New York Phillarmonic's Home Page