This holiday season, WRCJ connects you with concerts and events. Check out our calendar below or click here to choose by organization. Listen beginning Thursday, 12/3, as we entice you to make a year-end gift to keep classical and jazz music alive on the radio. Of course, you can always donate now, and we’ll say thank you with great music.
IN CONCERT | Saturday 11/28 at 5 pm, repeated Sunday, 11/29 at noon
Ann Arbor’s Academy of Early Music makes its WRCJ debut with a concert by The Rose Ensemble featuring early music from Russia, Bohemia, Poland and Ukraine. Recorded at the Congregational Church of Birmingham in Bloomfield Hills on 10/3. Listen Saturday, 11/28, at 5p; repeated Sunday, 11/29, at noon. Chris Felcyn hosts.
Film Classics | Sunday 11/29 at 6pm
IRON JOCKSTRAP MOVIES?
MGM contract player Robert Taylor was compelled by the studio to appear in three medieval costume adventures shot in Great Britain, which he referred to as his “Iron Jockstrap” pictures. They all had pretty good musical scores, though. Hear excerpts from Ivanhoe (1952) and Knights of the Roundtable (1953), both by Miklos Rozsa; and Quentin Durward (1955), by Bronislau Kaper.
NEW WRCJ APPAREL
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LOCAL JAZZ PROGRAMMING
Don’t miss Maxine Michaels each Friday, 7 – 11p, with her “Maxology” mix of jazz classics and new releases. On Saturdays, 7 – 10p, JazzFestDetroit with John Penney celebrates Detroit’s contributions to jazz.
We are broadcasting on our new HD transmitter and are aware that some communities, especially in north Oakland county, are not receiving 90.9 FM. Please know that we are working to resolve this and it will require some time. Thank you for your understanding and support.