Classical Wyoming draws from the nationally acclaimed Classical 24 series that explores repertoires from pre-Baroque to today's contemporary composers.
Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms, in Wyoming! Would you believe that Wyoming is one of a handful of states that has a 24-hour classical music channel? Maybe it's the vast open spaces and the overwhelming mountains that speak in a profound way and connect us to the majesty found in centuries of classical repertoire.
Classical Wyoming draws from the nationally acclaimed Classical 24 series that explores repertoires from pre-Baroque to today's contemporary composers. Hosts carefully craft each broadcast. Lively, engaging, and knowledgeable, they illuminate the music they present with well-researched insightful information. Each program excites classical music novices and aficionados alike. You can also catch up on the news from the BBC at the top of each hour.
For those who enjoy keeping up with events in the classical world, we offer NPR's collection of stories and news items. In addition, you'll find information about our Metropolitan Opera Broadcasts, as well as other tid-bits of news.
Listen to Classical Wyoming broadcasts from the Grand Teton Music Festival, Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, and the MET. (See schedule links below.) Indeed, classical music thrives in Wyoming. Let the curtain rise!
Wyoming Kudos for Classical Wyoming:
Julie Lefevre - Lander - Classical Wyoming
- Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra -broadcast schedule
- Grand Teton Music Festival-broadcast schedule
- The Metropolitan Opera -broadcast schedule
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