We are thrilled to announce three new shows produced by Classic 107.3: “Diary of a Musician” with Leon Burke; “Bach and Beyoncé” with Maria A. Ellis; and “Musical Moments” with Amy Kaiser. These programs will broadcast weeknights at 8pm (in our new local block of evening shows) on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday respectively, and repeat Sunday afternoons starting at noon. All of our local shows – including these three new shows – will be available on demand through our SoundCloud page, https://soundcloud.com/raf-stl.
2021 also brings some new shows like “Classical Guitar Alive” with host Tony Morris and “Millennium of Music” with Robert Aubrey Davis. Both shows have never before been broadcast in St. Louis. While you could have heard the “Met Opera” and “Sunday Baroque” on other stations in St. Louis, Classic 107.3 is expanding our programming with these shows in our lineup. Over the summer we aired the Met Opera National Council Competition Winners and a special lineup of operas, and began The Met’s virtual 20-21 season last month.
“Sunday Baroque” with Suzanne Bona will air Sunday mornings from 7 to 11am. This program digs deep into the repertoire with amazing themes and new releases. Don’t worry – host Julie Schuster is still on-air! She moves to Saturday mornings as well as hosting the weekly “Aisle Seat,” previously her bi-weekly show known as “Sunday Matinee.”
Afternoon host Tom Sudholt gets another hour to engage with listeners, sharing your commute until 7pm weekdays, when Bill McGlaughlin’s Exploring airs one hour later than in the past. At 9pm, hear your favorite syndicated Symphony broadcasts from around the country. See the complete schedule in the picture above!
Bringing you greater diversity, more local voices, and deeper connections with our arts community are important goals for us at Classic 107.3. We hope you’ll join us throughout the year on-air, online, and when safe, in person!