Classical Radio Schedule
End Time = 6:00 AM
Peter Van de Graaf and heard on HD-2 and the classical stream
Host Peter Van de Graaff draws music selections from all eras, but focuses on works from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras.While focusing on the standards of the repertoire, the show goes beyond that and draws from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music," shared in an interesting manner.
End Time = 12:00 PM
WRTI brings you the best recordings of works from the vast world of classical music every weekday from 6 am to 6 pm. Chamber music, symphonies, choral works, violin concertos, piano sonatas, and more...all expertly curated and presented with insight and humor by our knowledgeable hosts.
End Time = 3:00 PM
This is your opportunity to request the classical pieces you want to hear. Join the fun! Send an email to: Requests@wrti.orgJust tell us: the name of the classical work, the name of the composer, your name and the city you live in, if you're a WRTI Member, and any comments you may have about why you're requesting this particular piece.This is how it works: From the 50 to 60 requests received each week, Program Director Jack Moore selects 10 to 15 pieces that balance each other when played during the three-hour program. The three hours sound very similar to regular classical music programming - the exception being that the host mentions the name of the person requesting the music.
End Time = 7:00 PM
Bill McGlaughlin and heard on HD-2 and the classical stream
Join Bill McGlaughlin every weeknight from 6 to 7 pm as he delves into a wide assortment of topics in classical music. Each weekly five-program series builds off a single theme ranging from composer biographies to explorations of various cultures, musical styles, and time periods.
End Time = 10:00 PM
on HD-2 and the classical stream
End Time = 12:00 AM
Peter Van De Graaf and on HD-2 and the classical stream