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Classical Radio in the Jungle

Warning: Minor spoilers below.  I sat through a good portion of the Golden Globe Awards ceremony last night.  Usually I hate watching awards shows, and for the most part, was bored to tears by this one as well.  But as a lover of classical music, it was delightful to to see Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle take […]

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Classical Music Rising: Does It Go Far Enough?

A new year, and some new things happening in the classical music radio world.  Probably no news is bigger than SRG’s (Station Resource Group) announcement of a new task force to address the concerns that classical music broadcasters face going into the future.  This message appeared in my email inbox just yesterday: We are delighted to […]

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Chamber Music Aversion – What Gives?

We often say that radio is one of the most intimate of all media.  Classical radio, in particular, fits the bill: when I’m on the air, I don’t like to imagine that I’m speaking to hundreds or thousands of people at any given moment, but rather just a small group of people who are sharing […]

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