At Your Request

Wednesday, 12 noon to 3 pm

Every Wednesday from noon to 3 pm, you decide what we play on At Your Request! Using the form below, tell us what you’d like to hear. We compile all the requests every Wednesday morning by about 11 am, and then play as many as we can fit in from noon to 3. That’s it!

Find complete playlists at the bottom of this page; they’re usually updated every Thursday.

Quick Playlist for July 27, 2016:

12:06, Elmer Bernstein, Theme from To Kill a Mockingbird

12:15, Ola Gjello, The Lake Isle

12:24, Tango, Wister Quartet

12:30, Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 3, first movement

12:47, Franz Liszt, Dance of the Gnomes

12:50, J. S. Bach, Toccata and Fugue in F major

1:05, Francis Poulenc, Gloria

1:30, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Bamboula

1:38, Eric Whitacre, Cloudburst

1:48, George Gershwin, Cuban Overture

2:02, Frederic Chopin, Berceuse in D-flat

2:00, Leroy Anderson, Christmas Medley

2:17, Wolfgang Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 21

2:46, Luigi Boccherini, Minuet

2:51, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Grande Tarantelle for Piano and Orchestra

2:57, Scarlatti, Keyboard Sonata in A

Join the fun! Fill out the form here and we’ll do our best to get your selection on the air! Complete Playlists for each show are listed at the very bottom of this post on Thursday of each week.

This is your opportunity to request the classical piece you want to hear. Join the fun! Fill out the form below, and we'll do our best to include your selection on the next At Your Request show. Thanks!

Playlists for At Your Request are published every Thursday - the day after broadcast. Click here to View Playlists.

A native of Bohemia, Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) was a minority in the Austrian Empire and in the classical music world. But he had risen to the top of it all when a millionaire patroness hired him to direct the brand-new National Conservatory of Music of America in New York City. It would train all students without regard to race or ability to pay. There, in 1893, Dvořák’s eyes were opened to the possibilities of an "American" music.