WQXR

Sharing The Joys Of Classical Music

HELLO, WESTCHESTER.
WQXR shares the joys of classical music with the widest audience it can reach. This year, WQXR was proud to say hello to Westchester. In July 2013, New York Public Radio acquired a Westchester radio station and extended the reach of WQXR in central and northern Westchester. Today, the new WQXW-FM 90.3 (formerly known as WDFH) brings audiences from Sleepy Hollow to Bedford and from Chappaqua to Katonah the same programming heard on WQXR-FM 105.9 in New York City. The acquisition enabled WQXR to expand the audience it serves and to build cultural partnerships in Westchester with organizations like the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts. The acquisition was funded in part by a $300,000 grant from the Ford Foundation, as well as by major donors.


On WQXR and WQXR.org

All Ears with Terrance McKnight

An Anonymous 4 Christmas

Around Broadway

Canadian Brass: Christmas Time Is Here

Carnegie Hall Live

The Choral Mix with Kent Tritle

A Christmas Carol

Concerts from The Frick Collection

Concerts from the Lucerne Festival

Conducting Business

The McGraw-Hill Financial Young Artists Showcase

Month of Mozart

Movies on the Radio

Music Is a Holy Art: A Richard Strauss Celebration

Musical Gifts: Joshua Bell

Naumburg Orchestral Concerts from Central Park

Old School with David Garland

Operavore

Q2 Music

Reflections from the Keyboard with David Dubal

Spring for Music Festival from Carnegie Hall

Strauss Week

Verdi Week

Wagner Week

The Washington Report


Radio Properties

105.9-FM New York

90.3-FM Westchester