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Onsite operations will resume at a date to be determined. For the safety of our staff, WWFM will continue to broadcast on a modified schedule, including many listener favorites! We're here for you!

The Princeton Festival Chamber Concert Featured on Friday at Broadcast 8 pm

The Concordia Chamber Players perform Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2, Beethoven's Seven Variations on a Theme from Mozart's Die Zauberflote, and Kodaly's Duo for Violin and Piano.

What's In the Pocket on JazzOn2?

Find today's line-up of great jazz and community affairs programs on JazzOn2.

Classical Conversations on Cadenza - Thursdays at 10 pm

Conversations with musicians on the award-winning program Cadenza. This week: Composer and flutist Natalie Joachim of Eighth Blackbird and Flutronix.

Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

Special Friday Noontime Concert: The Raritan Music Festival

The third week of virtual festival broadcasts features the guitar duo (and festival founders) Laura Oltman & Michael Newman.

'On a Positive Note' - Musicians Come Together to Share Music and Hope

Join host Rachel Katz weekdays at 10 am and 5 pm for a short spotlight on musicians who are sharing their music and lifting spirits as we 'shelter in place.'

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Arts and Cultural News Headlines

When the stages went dark for performing arts organizations, The Metropolitan Opera was among the first to offer regular online streams, sharing one production each day in a series that is now in its 12th week. This initiative was expanded to include educational opera streams for young people and educators in early April.

The programs at Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute reach a broad cross-section of the city’s population - its Lullaby Project helps new parents write lullabies for their children, and songwriting programs reach both students from across the city and young people in the city’s correctional system, encouraging them to express themselves through music.

In addition to finding ways to bring music performances to its audiences online during the Covid-19 pandemic, Carnegie Hall also had to consider how to continue its connection to young people through the many programs it offers through the Weill Music Institute. Over the years it has created much online content for its school programs that reach students and teachers across the country, such as Musical Explorers, and its staff was able to make it available to families and educators looking for resources to keep children engaged in music. 

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As the summer season approached, it became clear to classical music's iconic summer institutions that stay-at-home rules and restrictions on large gatherings were not going to be lifted in time for their regular programs to go on as usual. This past week, the BBC Proms announced eight weeks of archival performances that would be shared only via the Internet, radio and television, with a limited number of live performances tentatively scheduled for the end of August, with further details to come.

The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

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