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WRCJ 90.9 FM - Classical Days - Jazzy Nights

dso-ggg_coverHOT OFF THE PRESSES
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Grace, Grit, and Glory (WSU Press), by Laurie Lanzen Harris with Paul Ganson, is the first complete history of the DSO. WRCJ is pleased to offer this hard-cover, 300-page book as a thank-you gift for your contribution of $120 or more to support music on 90.9 FM.  Order your book now.

FILM CLASSICS with Jack Goggin  Sundays at 6pmvictor

FOUR BY VICTOR YOUNG – Hear selections from some wonderful scores by one of the giants of Hollywood’s golden age—including The Uninvited (1944), Scaramouche (1952), Shane (1953), and Around the World in 80 Days (1956).

NadaPiano_cropWRCJ CLASSICAL BRUNCH CONCERT SERIES
Join us Sunday, 10/2, at The Community House in Birmingham as Lebanese-born pianist Nada Loutfi plays an “All Brahms” program in her solo recital Detroit-area debut. Tasty brunch begins at 11:30a and the concert starts at 12:30p. Tickets are just $35 and proceeds support 90.9 FM. Order tickets now or call 248.305.3780. See the complete concert schedule.

THE WELL-TEMPERED WIRELESS
Thursday, September 29th at 3pm on The Well-Tempered Wireless, Joshua Bell talks about his latest CD which features two very close friends, cellist Steven Isserlis and pianist Jeremy Denk.

DOWNTON ABBEY “ULTIMATE COLLECTION” 2-CD SET
Enjoy music from all six seasons of the popular PBS series.  It’s our thank-you gift for your donation of $90 or more to WRCJ.  Order yours now or call 866-909-9725. Looking for other cool gifts?  Visit the 90.9 FM Store.

DOWNLOAD THE NEW WRCJ MOBILE APPWRCJ-app-sm
Listen live, see playlists, hear past shows, use WRCJ as an alarm clock… you can even rewind the live stream to rehear the name of tune!  Available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.  It’s easy to download and we welcome your feedback.

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, JazzFest Detroit with John Penney celebrates Detroit’s contributions to jazz.

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