Pacific Symphony’s official classical radio station, Classical California KUSC is part of the most-listened-to network of classical music radio stations in America, serving more than 900,000 listeners each week from Nothern California to the Mexican border.
Popular radio personality Rich Capparela hosts the Pacific Symphony broadcasts, which include fascinating interviews with Music Director Carl St.Clair, guest artists and Symphony musicians.
The performances are broadcast Sundays at 7 p.m on KUSC 91.5 FM.
|12/05/21||Emanuel Ax Plays Mozart|
|12/19/21||Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto|
|1/09/22||Zhang Plays Rach 2|
|7/10/22||Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto|
|7/17/22||Beethoven & Rachmaninoff|
|7/24/22||Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony|
|8/7/22||Yang Plays Rachmaninoff|
|8/14/22||The Mozart Project|
|8/21/22||Beethoven's Piano Concertos|
|8/28/22||Mozart & Mahler|
Classical California KUSC, located in downtown Los Angeles, serves communities throughout Southern California:
91.5 FM in Los Angeles and Orange County
88.5 FM in Palm Springs
91.1 FM in Thousand Oaks
93.7 FM in Santa Barbara
99.7 FM in Morro Bay/San Luis Obispo
Classial California KDFC, located in downtown San Francisco, serves the Bay area and other communities in Northern California:
90.3 FM in San Francisco
104.9 FM in San Jose
89.9 FM in Napa Wine Country
103.9 FM in Monterey
92.5 FM in Ukiah.