What are some free classical music radio channels?


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KDFC, WRCJ and WQXR are free classical music radio channels servicing San Francisco, Michigan and New York City, respectively. The stations' dial positions are 89.9 FM, 90.9 FM and 105.9 FM.

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KDFC has a fairly large broadcast area, including East Bay, Los Gatos, Berkley and Marin. Programming consists of works by contemporary and past composers, vocal music and live broadcasts of concerts during the symphony and opera season.

WRCJ reserves its daytime programming for classical music and reserves the evenings for jazz. Weekday playlists feature a mixture of chamber, symphonic and vocal music, as well as popular movie scores.

WQXR has been on the air since 1939, according to WQXR.com. Its programming emphasizes short, accessible works spanning the baroque to the 20th century, but the station also broadcasts live Lincoln Center concerts and live productions of the Metropolitan Opera.

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