Win free tickets!
Listen this week for your chance to win tickets to one of the great events at the 2014 Austin Chamber Music Festival!
Concierto now on KMFA
Join host Frank Dominguez for Concierto - America's first nationally distributed bilingual classical music program that focuses on Latin American and Spanish composers and performers. Saturday evenings at 6:00 p.m. on KMFA.
Hear some of the very best from Butler School of Music...again! Rebroadcasts include the magical tale of a 1,001 nights, Scheherazade with the UT Symphony Orchestra, and the acclaimed Miro Quartet. Dan Welcher hosts Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Coffee Break on KMFA
Tell us your favorite caffeinated classic and you could to receive a gift card to Stinson's Bistro! Coffee Break is every Monday at 10:00 a.m.
Listen Local on KMFA
At KMFA, we encourage you to Listen Local, so here’s a quick way to find out what classical concerts and events are coming up here in the Austin area.
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Waiting list for Italy
KMFA’s trip to Italy this October is almost sold-out and a waiting list is being started should more space become available. Click here for more information on this 12-day adventure!
Turn your Chevy into Chopin
Do you have an unwanted car, truck, motorcycle, RV, camper, or boat? Donate it to KMFA to support the station! Get the details on donating your car here.
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