Program Guide

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10/31/10
12:00 amClassical Carousel (cont.) Classical Carousel (cont.) Classical Carousel (cont.) Classical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical CarouselProgram Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.
12:30 am
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1:30 am
2:00 amBlues Before Sunrise
2:30 am
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4:30 am
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5:30 am
6:00 amBBC Newshour
BBC Newshour

For over 70 years, BBC World Service has been the globe's most comprehensive source for news. No other news source has a network of international correspondents, reporters, and producers to rival BBC. When news breaks anywhere, anytime BBC is there. BBC is far more than just breaking news, though. It offers a wide variety of information programming, including programs on arts, sports, science, and business. Listeners count on BBC to provide superior news and information programming because they know they can trust BBC World Service the world's most respected news source.

Blues Before Sunrise
6:30 am
7:00 amThe KSJE Morning News/The Scott Michlin Morning Program
Hosted by: Scott Michlin
The KSJE Morning News - The Scott Michlin Morning Program

Local Broadcaster Scott Michlin has been covering local news and interviewing local newsmakers for almost 20 years in San Juan County, NM. Join him for local news and interesting discussions with local community members. It's what local radio is all about.


505-566-3517
 - With Heart and Voice
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With Heart & Voice is a weekly organ and choral music series that features recordings from around the world. Hosted by Richard Gladwell, the program presents selections, many of which are from Gladwell's private collection, that span the full range of Western sacred music, from the Gothic period through the 21st century. With Heart & Voice often celebrates the seasons of the church year. However, it does not endorse any religious belief; it focuses instead on the richness and beauty of sacred music.

The host and producer of the series is British-born Richard Gladwell, a veteran broadcaster. During his lifetime, he has amassed a collection of about 7,500 recordings of choirs and organs from around the world.

7:30 am - 
8:00 am -  -  -  -  - Footlight Parade
Hosted By: Bill Rudman
Footlight Parade

Bill Rudman, 53, is an award-winning broadcaster, the co-founder of Harbinger Records, and the executive director of Musical Theater Education Programming. For 23 years he has produced, written and hosted the weekly radio series, Footlight Parade. Since 1983 he has also produced recordings devoted to the songwriting masters of theater and film ? albums featuring such artists as Peggy Lee and Maxine Sullivan ? distributed by Angel/EMI, Atlantic Jazz, Stash and Painted Smiles, among other labels.

Bill has created many musical-theater revues and concerts celebrating the song legacy of Broadway and Hollywood. He lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Nonprofit Organization
If ever there were an art form that speaks "in American," it's the Broadway and Hollywood musical. That's because we Americans created it ? and its impact on our cultural history is incalculable. Our everyday conversations are laced with quotations from its lyrics, and its classic melodies fill the air in everything from contemporary recordings to radio and television ads.

Musical Theater Education Programming (MTEP) is a nonprofit organization formed to help keep this uniquely American art form alive, and to help foster its development for the pleasure of future generations.

MTEP's cornerstone is the nationally syndicated radio program Footlight Parade, distributed free of charge to public radio stations nationwide. But the organization also produces and creates an array of educational programs for people of all ages.

Millennium of Music

Millennium of Music is an exploration into the sources and mainstreams of European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach. For over 17 years, it has presented, in a quiet and serious way, the vast scope of great music leading up to the early Baroque. It features the evolution of sacred music, east and west, live performances by the best ensembles in the field of early music, and the ever growing number of new releases in the field.

Through the years we have featured such noted performers as; Anonymous Four, The Clerks Group, Tallis Scholars, Jordi Saval, Hesperus and many others. The best performers and conductors have shared their vision and creative endeavors through this program. Since the beginning, chant has been a mainstay of the listening experience, and many of the best-selling recordings have received their premiere on Millennium of Music.

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9:00 am -  -  -  -  - West Coast Live
Hosted By: Sedge Thompson
West Coast Live

West Coast Live is a weekly two-hour show of original material, interviews and music, produced live-to-satellite in front of a San Francisco theatre audience and carried around the world. The show entertains and informs its audience with music, ideas and humor from a rich mix of musicians, writers and thinkers drawn firstly from the Pacific Rim and the Western United States, but also from further afield, as feels right to do. The host's unique Western sensibilities are also conveyed by their remote broadcasts from Yosemite, Alaska, the Yukon, as well as by the sound of Bay water splashing against the piers that begins each show. West Coast Live's host, Sedge Thomson, has been producing live radio since 1985. He is widely known for his compelling and unpredictable interviews, from WCL to City Arts and Lectures to Fresh Air (vacation host). Planned specials ahead include the 30th anniversary broadcast from the kitchen of world-renowned Chez Panisse with the great chefs and agricultural thinkers of our time, Vancouver International Writers Festival in cooperation with the CBC.

Harmonia
Angela Mariani

From the transcendent sounds of Anonymous 4, to the sublime realm of chant, to the passion of an Italian Baroque violin sonata, the world of Early Music is drawing new listeners in unprecedented numbers. Harmonia, a weekly 59-minute radio program produced in conjunction with Indiana University's world-renowned Early Music Institute, brings the music of these earlier periods to life for radio audiences, as performers of today cast new light on the music of the distant past.

9:30 am -  - Write On Four Corners
Leigh Black Irvin
Local Four corners Authors
505-566-3377
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10:00 amClassical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter van de Graaff
Classical Carousel

Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.

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10:30 am - 
11:00 amWorld Beat
Hosted By: Chris Keating
(505)566-3377
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11:30 am - 
12:00 pmPrime Time
Hosted By: Mike Cuthbert
Prime Time

Prime Time Radio leads the way in exploring the issues that comprise the hottest continuing political and social frontier in America: Aging. As 97 million Boomers turn 50 over the next decade, they and we, seek insight and guidance in coping with their changing bodies, aging parents and growing children as well as the political climate surrounding it all. Award-winning broadcaster Mike Cuthbert, long-time veteran of both commercial and public radio, hosts Prime Time Radio. Mike's hallmark is thorough preparation and careful listening leading to lively and timely talk about such issues as midlife sexuality, initiating difficult conversations with parents, changing careers late in life and seeing the aging process not as a decline but as a time to live life to its fullest. Prime Time Radio helps its audience go beyond mere coping with aging to a hearty celebration and exploitation of all of later life's opportunities. Produced as a public service by AARP, Prime Time Radio hits home with public radio's core demographic.

 -  -  - Book Buzz
Hosted By: Jenny Lee Ryan
Book Buzz

The Farmington Public Library brings a local flavor to discussing books and all things literary. Staff from the Farmington Public Library, plus the libraries in Bloomfield, Aztec, Shiprock and San Juan College will be frequent guests to discuss their programs and activities. And you can be a part of the program as well. Call (505)566-3401 to talk about your favorite book!


(505)599-1270
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12:30 pm -  - Book Talk
Hosted By: Stephen Usery
Each week host Stephen Usery interviews authors from all genres. Some past guests include James Patterson, Stuart Woods, Nora Roberts, Mary Higgins Clark, Dennis Lehane and Nicholas Sparks. Book Talk is produced by WYPL public radio, Memphis, TN.
(901) 415-2754 x3
Cuentos Story Time
KSJE
Cuentos Story Time

Produced in partnership with the Farmington Public Library, Cuentos offers traditional children's stories in English and Spanish.


Local Anchor: Connie Gotsch
505-566-3377
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1:00 pmJazz with Bob Parlocha
Hosted By: Bob Parlocha
Jazz with Bob Parlocha

Bob Parlocha's rich, elegant voice is familiar to jazz audiences as host of "Jazz with Bob Parlocha".

Born and reared in Vallejo, California, Bob learned about jazz from his mother's Count Basie and Duke Ellington records. In high school Bob played tenor and soprano saxophones and flute and sang in road bands.

For 10 years jazz remained a hobby while he worked in psychiatric nursing at UCSF, developing interpersonal skills that would serve him well in the music business. After one routine day at the hospital, he heard Pat Henry inviting prospective deejays to submit audition tapes to a local radio station. Bob sent in his tape and Henry ultimately hired him to program Saturday evenings, which eventually led to the Dinner Jazz shift.

Parlocha has also produced a number of albums for artists. His first was for singer Laurie Antonioli's "Soul Eyes" on Catero Records. He engineered the late Martha Young's "Live at Bajone's" album on the Carnelian label and an album for pianist Steve Cohn.

Jazz with Bob Parlocha
Hosted By: Bob Parlocha
Jazz with Bob Parlocha

Bob Parlocha's rich, elegant voice is familiar to jazz audiences as host of "Jazz with Bob Parlocha".

Born and reared in Vallejo, California, Bob learned about jazz from his mother's Count Basie and Duke Ellington records. In high school Bob played tenor and soprano saxophones and flute and sang in road bands.

For 10 years jazz remained a hobby while he worked in psychiatric nursing at UCSF, developing interpersonal skills that would serve him well in the music business. After one routine day at the hospital, he heard Pat Henry inviting prospective deejays to submit audition tapes to a local radio station. Bob sent in his tape and Henry ultimately hired him to program Saturday evenings, which eventually led to the Dinner Jazz shift.

Parlocha has also produced a number of albums for artists. His first was for singer Laurie Antonioli's "Soul Eyes" on Catero Records. He engineered the late Martha Young's "Live at Bajone's" album on the Carnelian label and an album for pianist Steve Cohn.

Celtic Connections
Hosted By: Bryan Kelso Crow
Celtic Connections

Celtic Connections offers radio listeners a wide variety of traditional and contemporary music associated with the western European lands occupied at one time or another by people of the Celtic tribes and their descendants, including Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia, as well as Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and other parts of North America where the Celtic influence has been felt. The program's host, Bryan Kelso Crow, also brings you great music from England and from Scandinavia and other European regions, all of which have connections with a Celtic past. Each week on Celtic Connections, you can count on hearing the finest selections from new releases as well as from Celtic classics. We also offer occasional concert performances, recorded exclusively for Celtic Connections, along with original interviews with some of the top names in the Celtic music world.

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1:30 pm - 
2:00 pmRiver City Folk
Hosted By: Tom May
River City Folk

River City Folk is an engaging mix of live performances, interviews and recordings. Hosted by veteran singer-songwriter Tom May, each program features a folk artist or group from North America performing live in the studio. Through Tom's interview with the artists, and samplings from the recordings that have influenced them, the listener is treated to a unique perspective on the living tradition that is folk music.

Now in its 22nd year on radio, River City Folk remains one of the premier showcases for acoustic singer/songwriters nationally. The program highlights the vitality of the acoustic music scene by featuring diverse performers and styles

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2:30 pm - 
3:00 pmMidnight Special
Hosted By: Rich Warren
Midnight Special

What do Cheryl Wheeler, Pete Seeger, Ferron, Woody Guthrie, John Gorka, Ani Difranco, Jean Redpath, Robin & Linda Williams and Mike Nichols & Elaine May have in common?

They and hundreds of other traditional and contemporary folk performers and comedians fill a two hour spontaneous entertainment program that we call The Midnight Special. Original, offbeat, and always entertaining, The Midnight Special offers listeners a program of music, madness and mayhem--a lively potpourri of folk and ethnic music, show and novelty tunes, and hilarious comedy routines. Although rich in tradition and history, The Midnight Special retains its timeliness, delighting listeners with gentle irreverence or touching them with candid observations.

In 1953, Mike Nichols, then a WFMT announcer, now one of the most respected stage and film directors, developed The Midnight Special as a showcase for recorded folk music. Over the years, the "Special" has evolved into an eclectic mixture of song and story that attracts not only a loyal, almost cult following, but also new, younger listeners with each broadcast. They hear an incredibly diverse selection of artists, from the traditional to the contemporary: Joan Baez, Tom Paxton, Arlo Guthrie, Mike Cross, The Weavers, Dudley Moore and Carol Channing, to name a few.

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3:30 pm - 
4:00 pmGroove Cafe
Nick Michael
Groove Cafe

For the past six years, Nick Michael has been serving the production side of KSJE's air schedule, editing shows for others and making sure our program day runs as smooth as silk, or perhaps fine linen. In addition to his production duties, you can hear Nick during his daily jazz hour THE GROOVE CAFE, which he hosts Monday through Friday from 4 to 5pm, and ROGUE MACHINATIONS, his weekend hour of Electronica, Saturday nights at 10pm.

THE GROOVE CAFE highlights the best of the old while constantly searching for new and kicking beats from the cutting edge of Modern Jazz. Be on the lookout for funky trip-hop and acidic tracks sandwiched between classic bebop sets to satisfy your appetites.

Music-wise, Nick's influences and tastes are based on both his parent's Jazz inclinations and the very diverse sounds that poured out of the Atlanta music scene in his youth.

Groove Cafe Local Blend
Nick Michael
Groove Cafe

For the past five years, Nick Michael has been serving the production side of KSJE's air schedule, editing shows for others and only adding his voice for small weekly features and public service announcements. All that has changed, however, with his daily jazz hour GROOVE CAFE, which Nick hosts Monday through Friday from 4pm to 5pm.

GROOVE CAFE highlights the best of the old while constantly searching for new and kicking beats from the cutting edge of Modern Jazz. Be on the lookout for funky trip-hop and acidic tracks sandwiched between classic bebop sets to satisfy your appetites.

Music-wise, Nick's influences and tastes are based on both his parent's Jazz inclinations and the very diverse sounds that poured out of the Atlanta music scene in his youth.

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4:30 pm - 
5:00 pmBBC News
BBC News

For over 70 years, BBC World Service has been the globe's most comprehensive source for news. No other news source has a network of international correspondents, reporters, and producers to rival BBC. When news breaks anywhere, anytime BBC is there. BBC is far more than just breaking news, though. It offers a wide variety of information programming, including programs on arts, sports, science, and business. Listeners count on BBC to provide superior news and information programming because they know they can trust BBC World Service the world's most respected news source.

Bluegrass Breakdown
Hosted By: Dave Higgs
Bluegrass Breakdown

We've put together an emotionally-charged, heart-rending, paint-peeling, splinter-kicking one hour bluegrass show. Thematically, we're all over the bluegrassical map, boldly covering such hot topics as broken things in Bluegrassland, gospel train songs, 40 year old grass, and "ain't" tunes. We also make frequent trips to the seldom seen new bluegrass CD bins, where the latest discs in bluegrassdom are examined. And, of course, being based in Nashville, we feature scintillating conversation and live music with some of the best in bluegrass. Recent guests have included The McLains, Lynn Morris & Marshall Wilborn, Crucial Smith, Tim O'Brien & Dirk Powell, and the Larry Stephenson Band.

Our goal is to edify, educate, and entertain -- and we leave no instrument unpicked, no song unsung, and no interview undone in our continuing effort to do so

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Collectors' Corner
Hosted by: Henry Fogel
Henry Fogel had the following thoughts: The series will present a wide range of recordings that I feel are true classics of the industry. Recordings to be included will feature either unusual repertoire that I feel deserves a wider public, or performances unique in their interpretive profile, sense of commitment, and intensity. Many of these recordings will be long out-of-print, or hard to locate in the United States. The series will include a broad range of orchestral, vocal, chamber and solo-instrumental music. On Collectors' Corner this quarter, highlights will include Raymond Lewenthal in concert; highlights from Carmen; three programs with Villa-Lobos; highlights from Turandot, and the first two of six programs with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
5:30 pmThe KSJE Evening News with Scott Michlin
Hosted By: Scott Michlin
The KSJE Evening News with Scott Michlin

The KSJE Evening News is a great way to be informed at the end of the work day. Local Broadcaster Scott Michlin brings almost 20-years of experience covering news in San Juan County to each newscast. Find out what happened today in San Juan County, and then stay tuned to learn more about your Health, your children, and the environment. Also features the National Native News at 5:55pm.

6:00 pmExploring Music
Hosted By: Bill McGlaughlin
Exploring Music

Peabody Award winning host, Bill McGlaughlin with his in-depth knowledge of and deep passion for classical music along with his enthusiasm, imagination and spontaneity, guides listeners through a new musical theme each week, devoting five hours to a single topic. Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin also includes week-long composer retrospectives of Ravel, Beethoven, Dvorak, Berlioz, Strauss, Stravinsky, Haydn, Mozart, Copland, Elgar, Corigliano, Schubert, and Bernstein.

Bill McGlaughlin, a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, conductor, composer, and host of PRI's St. Paul Sunday. Bill McGlaughlin has been everything in music, from educator, performer, conductor, and music director, to broadcast host and his most challenging career of all, that of composer.

Tent Show Radio
Hosted By: Warren Nelson
Tent Show Radio

Tent Show Radio is a weekly variety series showcasing live performances from Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua. Featuring Big Top's Artistic Director, Warren Nelson, the Blue Canvas Orchestra, and nationally and regionally renowned performers, Tent Show Radio is heard every week on listener-supported radio stations across the country, and twice a week on the Wisconsin Public Radio state-wide network.

Each week features a different live performance from Big Top Chautauqua's summer season of concerts, lectures, musicals, and theater productions. Tune into Tent Show Radio and bring Big Top Chautauqua into your home!

Tent Show Radio is made possible in part by the generous support of The Joseph Huber Brewing Company and the Wisconsin Department of Tourism.

6:30 pm
7:00 pmChicago Symphony
Hosted By: Lisa Simeone
Chicago Symphony

Produced by Marty Ronish and hosted by Lisa Simeone, the weekly CSO broadcasts will offer a unique format that includes dynamic and innovative content to illustrate the fascinating stories found inside the music, with insight from the performers themselves. With the powerful sounds of the CSO as its centerpiece, the broadcasts include produced segments featuring interviews with CSO musicians, guest artists and composers; and an exploration of the stories found within the CSO's rich heritage of recordings and the Orchestra's illustrious history in Chicago.

Complementing the performance of these works will be segments designed to take listeners inside the music, including interviews with Mr. Ma, Mr. Yanov-Yanovksy and Betty Xiang, who demonstrates the sounds of the ehru, the ancient Chinese instrument fiddle she plays in The Butterfly Lovers. CSO Artistic Programming Advisor Gerard McBurney serves as commentator during the program, providing historical anecdotes and musical examples to create intriguing context around the works that are performed.

Concert Gebouw
Concert Gebouw

The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Around the globe, the 'velvet' strings, the 'golden' tone of the brass and what is often described as the particularly Dutch timbre of the woodwinds have won the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra its exceptional place amongst that tiny handful of world famous, top orchestras.Of an average of 120 concerts given annually, about 30 take place abroad, on the world's most important podia. Their foundation, however, is consistently the season subscription concert series in Amsterdam's own Concertgebouw, where for over 110 years, the orchestra has had the support of its own loyal audience.

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

The Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra
The Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dutch Chamber Orchestra are among the leading orchestras in the Netherlands. Each season they give some 55 concerts the Concergebouw's Main Hall. Alongside the concerts it gives in the Concertgebouw, the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra also regularly plays in the Vredenburg Music Centre in Utrecht. Both orchestras also accompany the Dutch Opera in the majority of its performances (app. 70 per year) in the Music Theatre in Amsterdam. The words that best describe the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dutch Chamber Orchestra are enthusiasm and diversity.

Under the leadership of chief conductor Yakov Kreizberg, the two orchestras perform a very broad range of work which features a number of leading soloists. Top violinist Gordan Nikolic is the musical leader of the Dutch Chamber Orchestra, which is celebrating it's 50th anniversary this year with a.o. a festive concert on November 19th in The Concertgebouw.

Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra

The Saturday Matinee
Since September 2003, the Saturday Matinee is being produced by NPS radio and AVRO Classic in co-operation with the TROS. During the 2006-2007 season 35 Matinees are scheduled in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. You can enjoy a wide range of both old and modern music.

This season 3 mixed series consisting of both symphonic and vocal choir works are programmed. There is again a special series of operas and the ensemble series focuses mainly on contemporary music. And ofcourse the Matinee will give ample attention to Dutch composers. For the first time the Berliner Philharmoniker will be performing as a guest orchestra during an extra concert.

Saturday Matinee

Riaskoff Master Pianists
Since 1987, Riaskoff Concert Management has organised the Master Pianists series in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw. Since its conception the Master Pianists series has achieved worldwide recognition and has become one of the most prestigious piano series in the international music world. The series comprises 12 solo recitals performed by the world's most famous pianists. Subscriptions are sold in the A series (consisting of 12 recitals) and the B and C series (both consisting of 6 recitals).

Master Pianists

Amsterdam Sinfonietta
Amsterdam Sinfonietta is a string ensemble of 22 chamber musicians: six first violinists, six second violinists, four violists, four cellists and two double bassists. The ensemble performs under the leadership of its concertmaster and artistic director, Candida Thompson. Its repertoire covers a variety of musical styles, extending from the Baroque repertoire to contemporary works, including works commissioned by the ensemble. Amsterdam Sinfonietta occupies a unique position on the Dutch music scene as the only professional string orchestra in the Netherlands. It is regularly invited to perform in concert halls throughout the world, as one of the very few large-scale string ensembles on the international scene.

Amsterdam Sinfonietta

Chamber Music Foundation Amsterdam
Stichting KAMermuziek Amsterdam (Chamber Music Foundation Amsterdam) continues the mix of tradition and innovation during its 35th season. Since the foundation, the KAM has only one goal: to stimulate chamber music in the Netherlands. This goal is reached by two means. The Kam provides a stage for the continuously changing offer in chamber music, and stimulates and initiates the innovation of chamber music in the Netherlands.

Chamber Music Foundation Amsterdam

The International Holland Music Sessions
New Masters on Tour is a new concert series in The Recital Hall of the Concertgebouw organised by The International Holland Music Sessions, since 1988 one of the most renowned organisations for career development for exceptionally talented young musicians in classical music. During 5 Sunday afternoons you can enjoy international top talent and musical highlights from the violin, cello and piano repertoire.

The International Holland Music Sessions

Fascinatin Rhythm
Fascinatin Rhythm
 -  - One Night Stand
Hosted By: Arnold Dean
One Night Stand

Arnold Dean began his love affair with the big band era in his pre-teen years and his decision to study the clarinet was inspired by the style of Artie Shaw. When he joined WTIC in 1965 he hosted a daily program of big band music. In 1970, encouraged by the success of his daily program and The Golden Age of Radio series, he began monthly shows featuring interviews with the band leaders, sidemen, agents, jazz reporters, etc. who made major contributions to one of the great eras of music history. Arnold is one of the few who are still heard on WTIC.

He has been a member of the WTIC family since July 1965 and in July 2007, he will celebrate his 59th Anniversary in broadcasting.

The series concentrated on the 1936-1946 period, the great decade for the big bands. However he also traced the history of jazz through 20's and into the 70's. During those programs Arnold frequently played recordings from his own collection which he describes as "small but selective".

Classical Guitar Alive

Classical Guitar Alive! is a unique program that celebrates the classical repertory of the world's most-played musical instrument in a wide variety of musical settings, from solo guitar, to guitar with orchestra, to almost every imaginable combination in between.

The one-hour weekly program is hosted by Tony Morris, an award-winning performer who combines his passion for the music with his knowledge of the instrument and its history. The music is presented with fascinating, yet brief, historical/background information designed to increase the listener's enjoyment and understanding.

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8:00 pm -  -  - The Weekly Feed
Hosted by: Kyle Meredith
You'll never lose the beat if you just keep clapping your hands.

Though I've seen enough concerts and out-of-time clap-alongs to know that's not really true, I'm sure the guys in Fruit Bats meant well by that lyric and it stands out enough to put a smile on my face every time it plays. It's playing on the radio behind me as our hosting station, WFPK, charges through our Fall fund drive. It's always exciting to hear people give back and share their thoughts and musings about what radio means to them these days. I've had a couple handfuls of great comments from folks who check out the show each week, so I wanted to say thanks. I'll keep killing my eyesight rummaging through the blogs so you don't have to. Really, it's not problem.
New York Philharmonic
Kerry Frumkin

The New York Philharmonic This Week -weekly two-hour concerts. Hosted by Kerry Frumkin these represent virtually the Orchestra's entire 2006-07 season with 39 weeks of concerts. And, during the summer quarter when the orchestra is not performing we will draw from the Philharmonic's extensive library of commercial recordings.

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9:00 pmClassical Carousel
Hosted by: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical Carousel

Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.

Classical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical Carousel

Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.

The Needle Drop
Hosted by: Anthony Fantano
The Needle Drop is a blog and public radio show about music you should hear. We're a small, dedicated operation, and we take a special focus on independent artists because the major labels keep putting out garbage.

We blog like crazy, produce a weekly podcast, and make some sweet YouTube videos, too. We're also on that Twitter thing.

If you see something posted on this blog, it's because we think you should hear about it. If we think it doesn't suck, you'll hear about it here. Things don't get simpler than that.

We're based in the Constitution State of Connecticut where we go to shows, buy records, break hearts, and produce a weekly radio show that's popular among hip music lovers and French bloggers.
9:30 pm
10:00 pmRogue Machinations
Nick Michael
Rogue Machinations

For the past six years, Nick Michael has been serv?ing the production side of KSJE's air schedule, editing shows for others and making sure our program day runs as smooth as silk? or perhaps fine linen. In addition to his production duties, you can hear Nick during his daily jazz hour THE GROOVE CAF?, which he hosts Monday through Friday from 4 to 5pm, and ROGUE MACHINATIONS, his weekend hour of Electronica, Saturday nights at 10pm.

ROGUE MACHINATIONS covers everything that chirps, from House to Acid to Industrial to Jungle. If you can dance to it, he plays it, so set your dials ravers.

Music-wise, Nick's influences and tastes are based on both his parent's Jazz inclinations and the very diverse sounds that poured out of the Atlanta music scene in his youth.

The Romantic Hours
10:30 pm
11:00 pmBrazilian Hour
Hosted By: Sergio Mielniczenko
Brazilian Hour

Brazilian Hour is an eclectic show devoted to Brazilian music, and featuring styles such as samba, bossa nova, instrumental, pop, afro-bloco, and more. The show also features interviews.

Classical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical Carousel

Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.

11:30 pm

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Classical 
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4601 College Boulevard, Farmington, NM (505) 566-3517