Classical Morning Host and Producer
While you’re sleeping, she’s thinking.
Thinking about the best ways to wake you up.
A native of Albion, New York, NEA Fellow Brenda Tremblay bolts out of bed each weekday morning at 4:00 a.m. to present classical music on 91.5 FM...
Host of Music of the 21st Century
Chris Hickey studied piano beginning age 8 and flute at age 12. Distracted by the Beatles, he took up guitar at 15. He played pop music, rock, soul, jazz, country and classical. Chris earned a BA in Music from Nazareth College, as its first...
Sunday morning host
John Andres is your genial host, Sunday mornings from 6 to 8 a.m. and often fills in on other day parts. His love of classical music comes from his parents who took him to concerts at a young age. John says that with a little practice he can...
Music Director and Midday host
A Strong Memorial baby and Greece Arcadia grad, Julia Figueras is the Music Director and mid-day host for WXXI-FM. She is also the producer and host for the award-winning monthly interview...
Classical Music Host
Marianne has been fortunate to be involved in four decades of WXXI’s multimedia services, first as radio operations director, then FM program manager, and since 1988 as a part-time music programmer and host. She joined WXXI radio when, like...
Fascinatin' Rhythm Host
Michael Lasser grew up just across the Hudson in New Jersey at a time when Broadway was still Broadway, and kids, parents, and grandparents could all sing the same songs. He is a broadcaster, writer, lecturer, writer, critic, and teacher. He is...
Mona Seghatoleslami is the host and producer on WXXI Classical 91.5 FM weekdays from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. She also hosts the lunchtime concert series Live From Hochstein Wednesdays at 12:10 p.m., interviews musicians,...
With Heart and Voice Host
Peter DuBois serves as Director of Music/Organist at Third Presbyterian Church in Rochester, a position he has held since 1991.
Peter brings over thirty-five years experience as a practicing church musician, choral conductor and concert...