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Classical 101 has insightful musical programming 24-hours a day, every day. So, tune in for weekend selections like Music in Mid-Ohio to hear musicians from our community, or check out the weekday evening shows such as Fretworks and The American Sound to hear the best music for guitar with John Rittmeyer, or Jennifer Hambrick's take on American composition.

Whether it's Classical, Baroque, Modern or Romantic; on Classical 101, it's bound to be a classic.

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, July 10th-16th.

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If you're a regular Classical 101 listener, you might be familiar with the voices of Boyce Lancaster, Jennifer Hambrick, John Rittmeyer, and Christopher Purdy by now, but have you met your favorite host in person yet? This might be your chance. 

Classical 101 hosts, Christopher Purdy and Jennifer Hambrick will be broadcasting live from the Columbus Arts Festival June 10th from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. But wait, there's more!

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, May 29th - June 4th:

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This Sunday, Classical 101 has special programming for mothers, grandmothers, and the women who make life special for so many. Whether she's near or far, our listeners can tune in to Classical 101 on-air or online to listen to music fit for mom, this Sunday. 

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, May 1st- 7th: 

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Every week is concert week on Classical 101. Tune in to hear everything from Ravel to Bach with witty insight and conversation from hosts in-the-know. Here's a sneak peek of what's on the menu for next week, March 13th-19th:

Sunday, March 13th: 

  

1:00 PM, Concerts@Ohio State with Christopher Purdy

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"What is the difference between a composer and a songwriter?" my thesis advisor asked me just the other day. It's a question that has been coming up in various forms for many years, but as the gap between composers and audiences closes in some respects (namely, the web) who decides between the two titles? I sat down with drummer and recent "non-composer" Luke Brevoort to get his input.

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What do Tchaikovsky's Puss-in-Boots from Sleeping Beauty, Bach's Cats May Safely Sleep, and Aaron Copland's I Bought Me a Cat have in common? They will all be featured on air next Thursday, October 29th, for National Cat Day on Classical 101.

Concert Features Instruments From WWII Concentration Camps

Sep 28, 2015
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A musical meditation on the Holocaust, performed by the Cleveland Orchestra, inaugurated Case Western Reserve University's new Maltz Performing Arts Center on Sunday. The concert took place in a Northeast Ohio landmark and featured instruments rescued from World War Two concentration camps.

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