James A. Muhammad will oversee Classical California, the No. 1 classical music radio station network in the nation, which operates KUSC-FM in Los Angeles and KDFC-FM in San Francisco.
Learn how the radio station grew from a tiny student-run outfit to the nation’s biggest classical station.
For the first time ever, the USC-owned radio stations are playing back the 250 most beloved classical songs as voted on by listeners in the debut of the Classical California Ultimate Playlist.
The special on-air and online series — which has been created in response to COVID-19 — features selections curated by the noted conductor plus personal reflections on the music that keeps us together, even when we’re apart.
Judy McAlpine brings decades of experience as an executive in the U.S. and Canada.
Owen Dupuy, 13, and Benjamin Roberts, 5, are a few of the young listeners who donate their allowance or encourage parents to make a contribution.
It’s the first Chinese symphony series to be broadcast on radio in the United States.
First-ever event combines arts, science and learning — and a dose of dinosaurs.
The radio station sponsors a drive to put lightly used instruments in the hands of appreciative youngsters. And it’s tax-deductible.
Academy Award nominees — and an acclaimed violinist — sit down for chats with host Jim Svejda.