Our schedule of when KMFA programs are on the air: Click HERE to PRINT a copy of this schedule.
|12 AM||Music Through the Night from Classical 24|
|6 AM||Jeffrey Blair||
|10 AM||Dianne Donovan|
|11 AM||From the Top||
|12 PM||Saturday Matinee with David Crews||Sunday Matinee with Carmel O'Donovan|
|2 PM||Jules Brandon|
|5 PM||Film Score Focus||Choral Classics|
|6 PM||Dinner Music||New York Philharmonic||Lincoln Center Chamber Music|
|8 PM||Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin||Butler School of Music||Fiesta!|
|9 PM||KMFA Presents:|
|Choral Classics||Classical Austin||Classical Guitar Alive||Film Score Focus||Pianoforte||Pipeworks|
Music Through the Night from Classical 24
|Programs in yellow are nationally syndicated programs|
Programs in orange are locally produced and hosted
|Programs in blue are KMFA's daily local programming schedule|
Classical 89.5 continues to bring you the best selections from the Kent Kennan Memorial Library, housing more than 12,000 classical music CDs (and growing). In addition to our day-to-day programming, KMFA offers special programs on evenings and weekends.
As 2013 gets underway, KMFA has some exciting new program offerings to announce! Starting Saturday, January 5th, the program schedule at 89.5 will feature two new weekday programs, Exploring Music and Dinner Music, and will highlight KMFA’s outstanding local productions in a new way with KMFA Presents.
Monday through Friday, 8 - 9pm:
Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin is a daily weekday radio program that delves into classical music with weekly themes ranging from the lives of composers to explorations of cultures, musical styles, and time periods. Known for many years at the host of St. Paul Sunday, McGlaughlin is a Peabody Award-winning radio host, beloved by listeners for his cheerful, open, and down-to-earth personality and his accessible presentation of classical music.
"KMFA Presents" highlights KMFA's local programming (Monday through Sunday, 9pm –10pm):
Monday evening will spotlight Ancient Voices with host Sara Hessel.
Tuesday features Choral Classics, with host Jeffrey Blair.
Wednesday Dianne Donovan showcases local concert events just in time for the weekend on Classical Austin.
Thursday Tony Morris hosts Classical Guitar Alive.
Friday you can enjoy Brian Satterwhite and Film Score Focus.
Saturday evening is Pianoforte, an hour dedicated to the art of piano music, featuring local and national pianists performing timeless compositions, with host Jules Brandon.
Sunday tune in for Pipeworks at with host Chris Teel.
On Saturdays, you’ll get to enjoy a variety of programs. The morning line-up includes NPR's From the Top. The afternoon matinee is hosted by David Crews, and from December to May includes the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcast series. Following the matinee is a repeat of Brian Satterwhite's Film Score Focus followed by two hours dedicated to symphonic broadcasts, such as the New York Philharmonic. During the college school year, we get to enjoy Music from the U.T. Butler School of Music, hosted by Dan Welcher. At 9pm hear Pianoforte, an hour dedicated to the art of piano music, featuring local and national pianists performing timeless compositions, with host Jules Brandon.
On Sunday mornings, start your day on the right note with Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona, bringing you four hours of bright and beautiful music from Bach, Telemann, Handel and countless other Baroque masters. Sara Hessel provides the perfect complement with Ancient Voices at 10am, followed by Classical Austin and Dianne Donovan at 11am.
Later in the day, we air NPR's From the Top again at 4pm, followed at 5pm by Choral Classics with host Jeffrey Blair. At 6pm Lincoln Center Chamber Music airs, and Classical Guitar Alive airs at 7pm, followed by Fiesta at 8pm. Fiesta! is a new, original production devoted to Latino concert music, and features artistically significant compositions from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Pipeworks at 9pm with Chris Teel hosting.
KMFA always considers listener feedback, and is committed to bringing you more programs and more voices while continuously striving for the highest quality. If you have any comments or suggestions, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.