Station Event

Tune in for a live broadcast of Boheme Opera NJ's 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert this Sunday (5/19) at 3 pm on WWFM's Sunday Opera, live from the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ.

J.S. Bach's 334th birthday anniversary is Thursday, March 21, and we want you to help us celebrate his great and enduring music. Join us in membership by renewing your membership, becoming a brand new member, or making an additional gift. If we reach 500 donations, we will end our fundraising and claim our "Bach Pot" of more than $17,000 promised by some of our most committed supporters .

Join The Classical Network as we share our love of music with you in celebration of Valentine's Day - and we hope you will return our affection by becoming a member. We'll bring you music of love and romance all day Wednesday and Thursday. Enjoy the classics that make you swoon! And please take this time to show us how much you appreciate the music we bring you every day of the year by becoming a member, renewing your membership or making an additional gift to the station.

Note: This trip is now sold-out. Thank you to everyone who made a donation to come along!

Have you ever wondered just how a grand piano is created? If your answer is yes, a fabulous opportunity awaits you on December 10. WWFM is pleased to partner with Jacobs Music in Lawrenceville for another tour of the world-famous Steinway & Sons Factory in Astoria, Queens.

#1: Johannes Brahms - German Requiem
#2: Ralph Vaughan-Williams - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
#3: Johannes Brahms - Intermezzo in A Op. 118/2
#4: Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 7
#5: Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9

WWFM had several visitors on May 18 as part of the Mercer County Teen Arts Festival, sponsored by the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission and held at Mercer County Community College. Production Manager and A Tempo host Rachel Katz led a workshop showing students what goes into creating a show and being on the air. As always, it was great to meet these students who appreciate music and the arts!

Due to the inclement weather in the Northeast, The Classical Network postponed its celebration of the musical genius of JS Bach to today. However - don’t delay your support of the great programming you enjoy here every day. Help us make our goal of 500 donations this month by renewing your membership, becoming a new member or making an additional gift.

As part of its ongoing 35th Anniversary celebration, WWFM recently invited its top donors and underwriters to a special Donor Appreciation evening, held at the Hopewell Valley Golf and Country Club on November 11, 2017. The event included short performances by some of our guest artists and program hosts, including pianist Clipper Erickson, Joe Horowitz and Angel Gil-Ordonez (PostClassical), David Dubal (The Piano Matters), Rob Kapilow (What Makes it Great?) and Jed Distler (Between the Keys/JazzOn2's Piano Excursions).