Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 12pm EST
Experience an eclectic collection of classical music with host Kurt Hauswirth, weekdays from 9:30am to Noon only on Public Radio 90. Soothing and adventurous classical music provides you with listening companionship through your morning.
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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.
- Supporting music in schools with pancakes and jazz
- "Romantic Virtuosity" with the Marquette Symphony Orchestra
- Northern Arts & Culture: Rescheduled Adam Sadberry flute recital at NMU
- Northern Arts & Culture: Listening deeply with the music of Libby Meyer
- Northern Arts & Culture: Marquette Symphony Orchestra's "Universe of Music"
Samara Joy comes from a family of gospel singers and has been singing all her life. In February, she became the second jazz performer in Grammy history to win the award for best new artist.
Rapper Doechii hoped her video "Crazy" would make a statement by presenting her nude body as a vessel of power, not sex. YouTube saw things differently.
Former President Jimmy Carter had a relationship with the Allman Brothers Band, and that relationship played a role in helping get him elected.
Fall Out Boy's new album, So Much (For) Stardust, is a return to some of the bands' familiar sound and style of writing. Two of the group's band members detail the journey they took to this moment.
What you'll hear this week on The Shuffle
Administrators at Heyer Elementary School in Waukesha stopped a class from performing a Miley Cyrus-Dolly Parton duet promoting LGBTQ acceptance because the song "could be perceived as controversial."
NPR's Miles Parks speaks to the members of indie supergroup boygenius about its new full-length album, the record.
Rather than proclaiming the present sick on their fifth record, the sensitive Tennessean glam-punk wraps themselves up in its language — pop music.
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Kate Davis about her new album Fish Bowl, which is told from the perspective of a dimension-hopping protagonist named FiBo.
The New Zealand band writes sparkling indie pop underpinned by empathy. At the Tiny Desk, you can hear that support and camaraderie in the band's stripped-down arrangements and dry banter.