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WRCJ 90.9 FM Classical Days Jazzy Nights - Best of Hour Detroit 2015

Best of Hour Detroit Again
Congratulations to Program Director Dave Wagner and Music Director Jim Dantzer.  The 2015 “Best of Hour Detroit” Awards named Dave “Best Radio Voice” and Jim’s music selections rated “Best Playlist” for the second year in a row.  Thanks for your votes!

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The Challenge is On

WRCJ 90.9 FM is seeking funding for its Signal Improvement Project to strengthen our broadcast signal, increase its reliability, and enhance the service that listeners have come to expect from the region’s only classical and jazz public radio station. Your special gift will be DOUBLED by WRCJ Kresge Society members, up to $102,500, and will help support the Signal Improvement Project.  Donate Today >

 

Film Classics | Sunday, July 5 at 6 pm
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JAMES HORNER (1953-2015)
As many of you know, composer James Horner died in a plane crash on June 22nd, at the age of 61.  He scored over 100 films–and won two Oscars (Best Original Score & Best Song) for “Titanic” in 1997.  This week, we’ll look back at the career of James Horner—from “Battle Beyond the Stars” to “Avatar”.

 

Be Summer Smart

In an effort to keep kids learning during the summer months, WRCJ has joined Detroit Public Television’s Be Summer Smart Campaign to showcase educational resources and activities that parents and caregivers can do with their children.  Learn More > Also check WRCJ’s Community Events Calendar for our comprehensive listing of family-friendly arts and cultural events happening this summer.

CONNECTED LEARNING > EARN A BADGE 

WRCJ 90.9 FM Music BadgeAs a part of the Be Summer Smart campaign – your child can earn a badge with WRCJ.  Connected Learning is a program that allows young people to document their learning outside the classroom and apply their love of technology by collecting electronic “badges” to store in an electronic “backpack.” Learn More >

 

belgraveMarcus2A TRIBUTE TO MARCUS BELGRAVE
If you missed John Penney’s one-hour tribute to jazz great Marcus Belgrave, or any of our conversations with visiting musicians, listen here.

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