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WJCT and the Jacksonville Symphony partner to bring Classical Concerts to a wider audience

February 27th, 2024 · Leave a Comment

WJCT Public Media and the Jacksonville Symphony are partnering to bring the Symphony’s classical performances to a wider audience. In an exciting collaboration, recordings of the Jacksonville Symphony’s classical concerts will now be included in the schedule of Classical 24, one of WJCT’s HD radio stations that is accessible through national streaming services. The first broadcast will air at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2024.

This partnership marks a significant milestone for both organizations, showcasing their commitment to enriching the cultural landscape of the region and sharing it with a broader audience.

The inaugural series will feature eight concerts from the Symphony’s 2022/2023 season, kicking off with Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1. Each performance will be accompanied by insightful commentary from the Jacksonville Symphony’s Music Director, Courtney Lewis, providing listeners with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the music.

Through this collaboration, the Jacksonville Symphony and WJCT Public Media aim to inspire, educate and entertain audiences while fostering a deeper connection to the arts. By leveraging their combined resources and expertise, these two leading nonprofit organizations are poised to make a meaningful impact on the cultural landscape of the region.

WJCT Public Media’s Classical 24 station can be found and enjoyed on 89.9 HD 2, at wjct.org/jaxmusic/classical24/ or by asking a smart speaker to play Classical 24.

For more information and to view the broadcast schedule, visit the Jacksonville Symphony’s website at jaxsymphony.org and WJCT’s website at wjct.org.

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