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WFMT Chime In

Chime In: Why Support Classical Music on the Radio?

Midday on Wednesday from the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio

Let us know what you think.

We’d like to hear from you. Tell us why you think it’s important to support classical music on the radio? Can you share some of your favorite moments listening to WFMT?

  • todd janus

    While it may have been funny on April fool’s day listening to the spectacles ad over and over and over and over is a little much. Can you get the internet feed back to what it was ?? thanks

  • george nahra

    I assume your broadcasting is digital ; my question is : is there any way to get the broadcast uncompressed ?

    if not what is the format ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/rkleinengler Robert Klein Engler

    My friend Tyrone loves to listen to WFMT while cooking dinner. Last night he made for us his famous canini salad tossed with oil and vinegar dressing. He calls it Toscanini salad.

  • John Wolfe

    a complaint: (why listening to Exploring Music annoys me) in most programs (for example Exploring Music with Bill McGaughlin) the presenter is WAY TOO CLOSE TO THE MICROPHONE !!!! (in this example) Bill is about 6 db above an orchestra crescendo and has more basso-profundo than an entire section of bass anythings!!

    when listening: I have to turn up the base and volume to listen to the music and then RUSH TO THE STEREO TO TURN EVERYTHING DOWN AS SOON AS THE MUSIC ENDS — OR GET BLASTED

  • Peter-DG

    I have the same issue with Bill McL.’s volume, so please take note of John’s comment.