Classiclectic

Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 12pm

Classiclectic, weekday mornings just after 9:30am ET on Public Radio 90
Credit Kurt Hauswirth / Public Radio 90

Experience an eclectic collection of classical music with host Kurt Hauswirth, weekdays from 9:30am to Noon only on Public Radio 90.  Find your listening journey taking you through all corners of the classical music spectrum.

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Fridays are Genre Fluid Fridays: Kurt curates a playlist of music just past the bounds of the usual in classical, where new composers and their works are featured.

Kurt also handles the Classiclectic Connection, a classical+ music blog and podcast which aims to amplify local classical music performances, arts & culture information, new releases and more.

Subscribe to the Classiclectic Connection at iTunes or find on NPR.

Host Kurt Hauswirth

Classiclectic’s mission is to foster love, knowledge and enthusiasm for classical music; to expand the awareness and accessibility to the art form; to highlight and explore the stories and performances of the arts community; to continue serving the community of the Upper Great Lakes Region through the vision of Public Radio 90 WNMU-FM.

If you'd like an arts and culture event to be featured, follow this link for instructions, then send your piece to khauswir@nmu.edu!

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bonifasarts.org

Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Pasqua Warstler, Director of Gallery and Regional Projects, about events to mark on your calendar this June and summer.  Artistic and creative opportunities will be available for all ages at the Bonifas.

Find out more at bonifasarts.org about what is happening regarding events at the Bonifas, or how to sign up for ArtPrize 2018.

The Crystal Theatre Performing Arts Center

Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Angie Dohl, the manager of the Crystal Theatre Performing Arts Center, about what to expect from their "Gem of a Season" this summer.

For information on the Crystal Theatre's first event of the "Gem of a Season," head to our story on Randy Sabien & the Fiddlehead Band here.

Artprize.org

ArtPrize 2018 takes place September 19th to October 7th this year.  Pasqua Warstler, Director of Gallery & Regional Projects, and Michele Wilber, Bookkeeper and Art Student at the NMU School of Art & Design, want to inform students from NMU and Finlandia University about the opportunities found at ArtPrize.  Kurt Hauswirth spoke with the two of them regarding what they need to do to prepare.

pmmf.org / Pine Mountain Music Festival

The 28th season of the Pine Mountain Music Festival is beginning soon, with the 2018 festival taking place June 15th - June 30th.  Artistic Director Dr. Joel Neves stopped by our studios to talk about the exciting line-up this year.

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Mr. Mas-Arocas currently serves as the Music Director and Conductor of the Mansfield Symphony in Ohio, as well as Director of Orchestras at Ithaca College, New York. Previously, he has served as the Director of Orchestral Studies and Associate Professor of Conducting at the Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of music, Director of Orchestral Studies at Lawrence University, and principal conductor of the Green Bay Symphony.

Kurt Hauswirth

The Axiom Brass Quintet, on their Siril Artist Residency at Northern Michigan University, dropped by our studios to talk about their group, their activities on campus, upcoming concerts and more.

Listen to the full interview:

For full information on their residency:
wnmufm.org/post/axiom-brass-nmu
 

Axiom Brass at NMU

Mar 20, 2018
NMU Music Department

The Axiom Brass Quintet is the next group in the Siril Artist Residency to come to Northern Michigan University.   They are dedicated to enhancing the musical life of communities across the globe and educating the next generation of musicians, and to do that they have a variety of performances and learning sessions throughout the week at Reynolds Recital Hall.

Reynolds Session Schedule:

10am Tues March 20

9am Wed March 21

4pm Wed March 21 (brass masterclass w/NMU and high school students)

11am Thurs March 22

1pm Thurs March 22

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