Archive for the ‘Staff Blogs’ Category

Feb. 13 2014

Mozart in the Jungle

By Diana Ross | Posted in Staff Blogs | No Comments

Sex, drugs and Classical Music! I discovered this fledgling tv show one morning while skimming my queue on Amazon Prime and sipping my coffee. Based on a book of the same name, Mozart in the Jungle was released Feb. 6th as an Amazon original production stumping for votes to be made into a full series. […]

Feb. 12 2014

Winter 2014 Fund Drive: Day One Breakfast!

By Jim Ward | Posted in Staff Blogs | No Comments

                                  Thanks to our food donors for making our volunteers happy and full (that’s important to us)! Breakfast today from DelMarVa’s Southern Cafe, 3500 Boston Street, Canton neighborhood of Baltimore City. 410-327-1980.  Rich and his crew provided us with pancakes, […]

Dec. 19 2013

Engineer Bob’s Radio Gallery – Winter Edition!

By Bob Lenio | Posted in Staff Blogs | 1 Comment

  This beautiful radio is The Auditron Single Channel FM Radio, with the original box!   This radio does not have a tuning control. It is set to receive a single station. The knob below the phony dial is merely a fine-tuning control. This one came factory tuned to WFLN-FM, the now defunct Philadelphia classical […]

Dec. 18 2013

A Joyful Noise

By Jim Ward | Posted in Staff Blogs | No Comments

                    A Joyful Noise includes Free Music.  Free Food.  Free Fun. Every Wednesday, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Mt. Vernon’s Church of the Arts, presents a lunch-time concert, complete with food!  On Wednesday, December 18th, listeners enjoyed “Christmas Music From Colonial America”, featuring flautist Tyler St. Clare accompanied […]

Dec. 08 2013

WBJC Choral Hour 12-08-13

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Staff Blogs, WBJC Choral Hour | No Comments

8:00 AM William Turner — The King shall rejoice Conductor: Simon Preston Choir of Westminster Abbey DG/Archiv, 419613 8:24 AM Benjamin Britten — Rejoice In the Lamb Opus: 30 Conductor: Christopher Robinson Ensemble: Choir of St. John’s College Naxos, 8554971 8:45 AM George Frederich Handel — Messiah – And the Glory of The Lord Conductor: […]

Dec. 07 2013

12/07/13 Vocalise Rundown

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Staff Blogs | No Comments

8:00 PM George Frederich Handel — Messiah – For unto us a child is born Conductor: Robert Shaw Ensemble: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Chorus Telarc, 80103 8:03 PM George Frederich Handel — Semele: “Where’er You Walk” Conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras Ensemble: Scottish Chamber Orchestra Bryn Terfel, baritone DG/Archiv, 453480 8:08 PM George Frederich Handel […]

Nov. 22 2013

Baltimore City Community College Board of Trustees meeting

By Joseph Hutchins | Posted in Staff Blogs, WBJC News | No Comments

The next Baltimore City Community College Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 26th, 2013, in the Mini-Conference Center on BCCC’s Liberty Campus.  WBJC will be included on the Agenda for the Finance Committee meeting, which will begin at 3 p.m.; and also on the Agenda for the Audit Committee, which will begin […]

Nov. 07 2013

Playlist issues

By Diana Ross | Posted in Staff Blogs, WBJC News | 2 Comments

Hi folks! I”m sorry to say we’re having some issues with our Playlist here on the website. The feature that automatically updates the list isn’t working right, and it’s being looked at. Our quick fix for the past few days has been a manual update of the entire day (which is why the formatting doesn’t […]

Nov. 03 2013


By Diana Ross | Posted in Staff Blogs, WBJC News | No Comments

Hi folks!  The WBJC Studios are having intermittent issues with email, internet and phone connectivity. Our main office numbers and voicemails are VOIP (so they use the internet) so that’s why you’re getting a weird busy signal sometimes.  In the between time, you can reach us on the contest line 410-585-0123. If you post to […]

Sep. 27 2013

The help we get during fund drive time!

By Jim Ward | Posted in Membership, Staff Blogs | No Comments

Yes, WBJC needs to do fund drives to raise the money needed to keep playing classical music and opera each day of the year.  Our members and underwriters ensure we remain viable and healthy enough  to keep the wolves from the door.  But, there are many others who help us fulfill our mission. Volunteers come […]