Your favorite classical music stations
The Moravian Music Foundation’s headquarters is in Winston-Salem, NC with a satellite office in Bethlehem, PA. But Moravians, and non-Moravians who like to listen to our music, are scattered across the whole United States.
We need your help to identify local Public Radio/classical music stations in your area. We’ve got contact information for the stations in NC, but we need info (or at least the call signs) for stations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, and everywhere in between. You can email your favorite classical station call signs and city/state to firstname.lastname@example.org or just post a comment to this blog entry.
Back in 2003, the MMF received a flurry of interest from across the country after NPR aired an interview with Miles Hoffman who spoke about Moravian music. The interview featured music from Lost Music of Early America, Parthien 10-14, and Storm in the Land. We’d like to see that flurry of interest again!
With your help in identifying classical stations, we can get Antes, Gregor, Peter, and Michael sandwiched between Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert. With your help, we can introduce a whole new audience to the music of the Moravians.
Links of interest:
Trombone Choir History
NPR interview about Trombone Choirs
Music for All Seasons (CD) at Amazon.com
Moravian Brass Band Union of South Africa
Salem Band (NC)