Now celebrating 14 years on the air, WRCJ 90.9 FM and HD-1 is a listener supported classical & jazz music public radio station licensed to Detroit Classical and Jazz Educational Radio, LLC., and managed by Detroit Public Television and the Detroit Educational Television Foundation Board of Trustees. The station is located inside the Detroit School of Arts, a public high school training young people for careers in performing, visual and media arts.
WRCJ broadcasts classical music from 5 am to 7 pm each day and jazz overnight. WRCJ’s weekday classical music is The Morning Show (6a-10a) and Dr. Dave’s Drive-Time Elixir (3p-7p), hosted by Dave Wagner. Midday Music (10a-3p) is hosted by Peter Whorf. Classical weekends are hosted by Classical24 hosts. The WRCJ Jazz host on Fridays is Maxine Michaels (Maxology from 7-11p), John Penney on Saturdays (JazzFest Detroit from 7-10p), and Linda Yohn on Sundays (The Swing Set from 7-9p). Throughout the other jazz hours, listeners enjoy music presented by John Hill, Dave Schwan, Leslie Keros and Dee Alexander from Jazz Satellite Network.
WRCJ’s vision is to provide an unparalleled selection of classical and jazz music programs to entertain listeners and increase music literacy. Additionally, the Station is committed to partnering with cultural and educational institutions to help them achieve their goals.
– Present the world’s best classical and jazz music
– Provide musical experiences for people of all ages
– Connect artists and arts organizations with greater audiences
– Encourage people to attend live concerts and events
– Promote arts education
WRCJ receives no ongoing funding from the State of Michigan, City of Detroit or Detroit Classical and Jazz Educational Radio, LLC. The primary source of our annual operating budget is voluntary contributions from listeners like you. Thank you!
WRCJ 90.9 FM is a 501 (c)(3) organization located at 123 Selden St., Suite 250, Detroit, MI 48201. 313.494.6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect with us on Facebook.