Jonathan Palevsky

Host - Jonathan Palevsky

Jonathan plays guitar and rides a bicycle, but not at the same time.

Greetings, I’m Jonathan Palevsky, Program Director here at WBJC. I have had the pleasure of working for the station since 1986 when I became a part-time announcer. I have been the station’s Program Director since 1990. I am originally from Montreal and came to Baltimore in 1982 to study classical guitar at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. I have hosted just about every conceivable time slot at WBJC, but can regularly be heard hosting the WBJC Operafest, our music review program Face the Music and the CD reissue program Past Masters.

My current off-air obsessions include skiing,  playing guitar and  and being the host of Cinema Sundays at the Charles Theatre.

Jonathan can be reached at jpalevsky@aol.com

recent posts:

  • 4-25-15 Face The Music Listings!

    This week we are rerunning a fabulous show from January 2015!  Our panel…Dave Donovan from Pratt Library, Phil Greenfield from the American Record Guide and Bassonist Bryan Young from the Poulenc Trio.  We liked everything…Don’t tell anyone!  Here are the listings…all worth buying! Play Report PLAY DATE: Sat, 04/25/2015 5:00 PM            39560 Joseph Haydn                  Symphony […]

  • 4-11-15 Music in Maryland, The Monument Piano Trio

    This week we feature a recording made right here in Baltimore by the Monument Piano Trio.  This is their debut recording from 2011 and it was recorded at the Wright Theatre at the University of Baltimore.  (A fabulous and relatively unknown place to hear music!)  The Monument Piano Trio is made up of violinist Igor […]

  • 4-13-15 Word On Wine Trisaetum & Patelin De Tablas

    This week Mary and I actually got together to enjoy some wine…Something we are planning to do more of on Monday!  Oddly enough for a pair of old world wine lovers we enjoyed two new world wines. 1)2012 Trisaetum Riesling.  Willamette Valley Oregon.  $20.  Though some may say…”I don’t like sweet Riesling”  this was a […]


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