Posts Tagged ‘music’

Feb. 08 2012

Let’s not do lunch

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 5 Comments

Every job has its quirks. One that comes with being on the air is that as per the FCC, leaving the building during one’s show for any reason short of a fire or other disaster is not an option if yours is the name signed on the control room log.  Since I work right through […]

Feb. 06 2012

What a weekend!

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 6 Comments

As you are probably aware, WBJC had its Winter On-Air Fund Drive last weekend. Our listeners were as generous as ever & we actually exceeded our projected financial goal for the drive, so we’re a tired, yet happy bunch this morning. Big thanks to everyone who called in a pledge – you keep the music […]

Feb. 01 2012

What a nice way to end a workday!

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | 1 Comment

A few weeks ago, I got a phone call from a man who needed me to help him ID a classical piece. That’s all in a day’s work around here, but there were a couple of unusual things about this request. First, the caller had a snippet of a recording to play for me, which […]

Nov. 21 2011

Jeanne d’arc au bucher

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

Marin Alsop is a fearless conductor. For her inaugural concert with the BSO she conducted Stravinsky’s unruly Rite of Spring, then came Bernstein’s Mass, which includes a full orchestra, three choirs, actors, a rock band and a marching band, and now comes Arthur Honegger’s oratorio, Jeanne d’arc au bûcher, Joan of Arc at the Stake. […]

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