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WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station

WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station Founded in 1951, WBJC is a public, non-commercial radio station which broadcasts a 24 hours-a-day schedule of classical music and arts information programming at 91.5-FM.

The station's 50,000-watt signal reaches more than 200,000 listeners weekly across Maryland, the District of Columbia and portions of the surrounding states.

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More from WBJC’s Portugal tour! Photo credit: Richard Miles
11/07/2022

More from WBJC’s Portugal tour!
Photo credit: Richard Miles

11/07/2022

It’s Monday and time to get your requests for this Friday’s Listener’s Choice.

WBJC’s tour of Portugal Part II!
11/06/2022

WBJC’s tour of Portugal Part II!

WBJC’s tour of Portugal! Pics by Richard Miles
11/06/2022

WBJC’s tour of Portugal!
Pics by Richard Miles

Irresistible Friday fun 😬
11/04/2022

Irresistible Friday fun 😬

Even though Judith is out this week (with Kati and Abhinn kindly subbing), this being the first weekend of November, the...
11/04/2022

Even though Judith is out this week (with Kati and Abhinn kindly subbing), this being the first weekend of November, there will still be BookNotes on Friday at 5:15pm and Saturday 10am, as JHU historian Laura Mason talks about The Last Revolutionaries and the struggle for democracy.

10/31/2022

Good morning! I’m looking forward to playing your requests on Listener’s Choice on the 1st Friday of November 2022!

10/31/2022
10/28/2022
10/24/2022

It’s time to submit your requests for the last Listener’s Choice of October 2022! 🎃

Fall being the traditional time for new releases, we are spoiled for choice on BookNotes Review this month. Please join ...
10/21/2022

Fall being the traditional time for new releases, we are spoiled for choice on BookNotes Review this month. Please join us for some highlights at 5:15 pm Friday/10 am Saturday!

Mozart Monument, Vienna
10/21/2022

Mozart Monument, Vienna

I—that would be Judith—love following the the trials and triumphs of British cellist Steven Isserlis on Twitter, and it’...
10/20/2022

I—that would be Judith—love following the the trials and triumphs of British cellist Steven Isserlis on Twitter, and it’s my pleasure to interview him about his upcoming recital. Please join us at 5:15pm today/Thursday.

10/19/2022

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10/17/2022

Thanks for your support during WBJC’s pledge drive! I’m happy to get your requests for this Friday’s Listener’s Choice!

You helped us reach and exceed our Fall Fundraising goal—thank you for your support, and on with the music! 🎶 🎼 🎵
10/16/2022

You helped us reach and exceed our Fall Fundraising goal—thank you for your support, and on with the music! 🎶 🎼 🎵

With Mark—happily—back on the air and Abhinn on board, WBJC is returning to its former schedule of Morning Drive with Ma...
10/16/2022

With Mark—happily—back on the air and Abhinn on board, WBJC is returning to its former schedule of Morning Drive with Mark 5—10 AM | Midday with Dyana 10 AM—3 PM | Afternoon Drive with Judith 3—8 PM | Evening 8—11 PM with Abhinn. We look forward to being with you on 91.5 FM.

WBJC’s newest announcer, Gavin Witt, pitching during our three-day Fall Fund Drive. Thank you for your support!
10/16/2022

WBJC’s newest announcer, Gavin Witt, pitching during our three-day Fall Fund Drive. Thank you for your support!

But please don’t stop the pledges coming in for our Fall Find Drive! Although we have a special hour for you on Sunday m...
10/15/2022

But please don’t stop the pledges coming in for our Fall Find Drive! Although we have a special hour for you on Sunday morning, Saturday is the last day of our autumn pledge drive, so please either call 410.585.0123 or pledge online at www.WBJC.com. And thank you.

Octobass kind of sounds like a Bond villain’s name, but isn’t it cool to look at?
10/14/2022

Octobass kind of sounds like a Bond villain’s name, but isn’t it cool to look at?

The octobass of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. It typically plays one octave below the double bass. This rare bowed strong instrument was first built around 1850 in Paris by the French luthier, Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume. Because of the extreme fingerboard length and string thickness, the musician plays it using a system of levers and pedals. The levers serve to engage metal clamps that are positioned above the neck at specific positions. These clamps act as fretting devices when the performer presses the levers. In addition to the Paris instrument, octobasses exist in the collections of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. In October 2016, the Quebec company Canimex donated the octobass shown here to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, which is now the only orchestra in the world to own one.

10/10/2022

Many thanks to everyone who helped shorten the WBJC Fall membership drive! Also please give me your requests for Friday’s Listener’s Choice. 😎

Have we posted this before? 🐈‍⬛🎶
10/08/2022

Have we posted this before? 🐈‍⬛🎶

Violinist, teacher, and debut author, Brendan Slocumb, is my guest on BookNotes this month, 5:15pm Friday and 10am Satur...
10/07/2022

Violinist, teacher, and debut author, Brendan Slocumb, is my guest on BookNotes this month, 5:15pm Friday and 10am Saturday.

When I started my MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts, the first course, Creativity, explored music, visual art, n...
10/07/2022

When I started my MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts, the first course, Creativity, explored music, visual art, nature, sound, etc. before we got to writing. South African artist, William Kentridge, is doing something similar from another perspective! JK

BookNotes peeps! “… an extremely honest writer who is not afraid to confront the hard truths.”
10/06/2022

BookNotes peeps!
“… an extremely honest writer who is not afraid to confront the hard truths.”

10/03/2022

I’m looking forward to getting your requests for this upcoming Friday’s Listener’s choice.😎

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10/01/2022

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09/27/2022
09/27/2022

Legendary composer John Williams has been awarded a knighthood, in one of the final honorary awards approved by the late Queen Elizabeth II.

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Baltimore, MD
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Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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Our amazing Artistic Director, Irina Kaplan Lande, had an interview with WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station's Morning Host, Mark Malinowski, about Candlelight's highly-anticipated 50th season! Catch the interview on air in the coming days!

Listen to the interview: https://loom.ly/fYP3h7w

Purchase a 50th season subscription: https://loom.ly/wlHO9jk
Many thanks to Kati Harrison at WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station for speaking with pianist Joel Fan Music in advance of our concert this Sunday at 3:30pm.

Kati and Joel discuss how the program was created, the way Beethoven prefigured "boogie-woogie" in Sonata No. 32, as well as the inspiration behind a work written specifically for Joel: Evan Ziporyn & Christine Southworth's "Don't Want to Wait," which is based on Van Halen's famous song, "Right Now."

We cannot wait to hear this thoughtful and virtuosic program in-person this Sunday!!
Tomorrow (Saturday) at 6:00 pm EST two hours of my recent recordings on WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station Thank you Jonathan Pavlovsky for the feature 🙏

CTM Classics
Mount Vernon Virtuosi
Listen to Judith Krummeck of WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music's interview with Isata Kanneh-Mason! https://www.wbjc.com/2022/wbjc-programs/interviews/one-of-the-members-of-the-stellar-kanneh-mason-musical-family/

Isata and her brother, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, will be performing at Shriver Hall THIS Sunday! Join us: https://www.shriverconcerts.org/concert/sheku-kanneh-mason-cello-isata-kanneh-mason-piano_1/index.php
⬇️ WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station's Jonathan Palevsky talks about changes in audio, from cutting tape to burning CDs to digital editing.

Hear more on the next Wavelength, out 4/27, at wypr.org/wavelength

𝘞𝘢𝘷𝘦𝘭𝘦𝘯𝘨𝘵𝘩 𝘪𝘴 𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 𝘱𝘰𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘣𝘭𝘦 𝘪𝘯 𝘱𝘢𝘳𝘵 𝘣𝘺 𝘗𝘕𝘊 𝘉𝘢𝘯𝘬.
Our thanks to Judith Krummeck from WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station for conducting such a wonderful interview with Professor Michelle Humphreys about the upcoming So Percussion Concerts and their residency with students.

Tickets are still available and you shouldn't wait! The Ensemble performs with Shodekeh tonight and with the TU Percussion Ensemble On March 9. Listen to the Interview: http://ow.ly/HUkK50Iew8a


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Hi--I just learned that Yannick Nezet-Seguin has organized a Metropolitan Opera concert to benefit Ukraine that will be performed on Monday, March 14. Many stations that carry the Met Saturday broadcasts are broadcasting this concert.

Hoping that WBJC can be one of these stations! Thanks.
Listen to Judith Krummeck's interview on WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station with Sasha Cooke about her upcoming recital at Shriver Hall with pianist Kirill Kuzmin that coincides with the release of their new album, "how do i find you?", portraying the range of human experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic: https://www.wbjc.com/2022/wbjc-programs/interviews/how-do-i-find-you-sasha-cooke-reflects-on-the-pandemic-through-song/. Tickets to Sasha's concert: https://www.shriverconcerts.org/concert/sasha-cooke-mezzo-soprano/index.php.
CSC Associate Artistic Director, Gerrad Alex Taylor sits down with WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station‘s Judith Krummeck to discuss the importance of performing A RAISIN IN THE SUN in Baltimore, and what it's like to play the fiery Walter Lee Younger on stage.

Listen now: https://bit.ly/WBJC-Raisin
HAPPENING AT 12:30PM TODAY: Catch Artistic and General Director Julia Cooke on WBJC, 91.5 FM, with host Jonathan Palevsky! They'll be tackling all things BCO and THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, our first fully-staged opera with orchestra opening next weekend!
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LISTEN LIVE: https://player.streamguys.com/wbjc/sgplayer/player.php
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THE BARBER OF SEVILLE at Towson University’s Stephens Hall Feb. 18 and 20. Tickets and safety protocols: http://www.baltimoreconcertopera.com/barber-of-seville.
Listen to WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland's Classical Music Station's interview with pianist Conrad Tao from the Junction Trio, in which he speaks about the trio’s upcoming performance at Shriver Hall this Sunday! https://bit.ly/3GIEJDw.

Join us in-person or virtually for the concert this weekend: https://www.shriverconcerts.org/junction.
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