Enjoy your favorite classical music every day with Bruce Paulsen, Diane Jones, Marie Lamb, and Adam Fine on WCNY-FM 91.3 Syracuse, WUNY-FM 89.5 Utica, and WJNY-FM 90.9 Watertown.
Listen to The Bluegrass Ramble every Sunday night with Bill Knowlton from 9 p.m. to midnight on WCNY-FM 91.3 Syracuse, WUNY-FM 89.5 Utica, and WJNY-FM 90.9 Watertown. Learn more
The Capitol Pressroom is a daily one-hour radio program broadcast from the Legislative Correspondents Association Pressroom on the third floor of the State Capitol in Albany. Learn more
Co-hosts Joey Nigro and Jim Battaglia showcase the charm of Italian American traditions and the music of Italian American and Italian songbooks. You’ll hear selections from Dean Martin and Tony Bennett; rock-era artists like Frankie Avalon and Neil Sedaka, Italian classical melodies by Luciano Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli and contemporary Italian singers like Gigi D’Alessio, Antonio Venditti and Laura Pausini. Learn more
“Fresk Ink” has combined new musical styles into one hour of innovative programming for 20 years on WCNY’s Classic FM. Produced and hosted by Neva Pilgrim of the Society for New Music, Fresh Ink features composers, performers and recording companies from around the world.
This weekly program features a variety of music created in the last five to 10 years. It airs Sundays from 2 to 3 p.m.
Each week, Leo Rayhill highlights such greats as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington. Rayhill, a 45-year veteran of the radio industry and host of WCNY’s Sounds of Jazz for more than 40 years, can be heard on WCNY-FM 91.3 Syracuse, WUNY-FM 89.5 Utica, and WJNY-FM 90.9 Watertown Sunday afternoons at 5 p.m. With a digital radio, you can tune toWCNY’s Jazz broadcast on each of the signals noted above (or online below) and listen to Sounds of Jazz seven days a week from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. Learn more
Thursday Morning Roundtable is broadcast on WCNY-FM Sundays at 8 p.m. during the academic year. It’s a weekly public service program, sponsored by Syracuse University’s University College, which features experts speaking on local, state and national issues of concern to the community. Learn more
Keep in touch with upcoming musical events as local, regional, national, and international musicians and artists visit the Classic FM studios. Interviews and live performances inform and entertain you! Follow WCNY on Facebook and Twitter to learn of upcoming Live at WCNY Radio Events, with host Diane Jones. Learn more
“Feminine Fusion” is a weekly syndicated radio program produced in the WCNY studios that highlights the influence of women in classical music. These are the women throughout history and into the present day who create, perform, and inspire. Learn more.
Music has been central to the Jewish cultural and religious identity for thousands of years. This rich heritage has been a source of inspiration for composers and performers. “Classically Jewish” explores the influence that Judaism has had on classical music around the world from the Renaissance to present day. Featured topics on the show with host Adam Fine will include Jewish composers, music composed in concentration camps during the Holocaust, Jewish composers of Hollywood, Jewish violinists, and more!
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