Classical 91.5

Classical Music with Brenda Tremblay

Monday through Friday, 6 to 10 am on WXXI-FM 91.5, WXXY 90.3, WXXI-FM/HD 91.5-1 and online at classical915.org

Wake up to a Mozart sonata and a Beethoven romance.  Catch a few minutes of the news.  What to wear?  You’ll hear the forecast, too, perhaps followed by Vivaldi's Four Seasons, Copland's Rodeo, a new release from the Ying Quartet, Satie on LP, or the voice of a woman composer speaking to you across centuries.  Brenda's mission is to infuse your morning routine with the beauty and light of classical music.

Get up early enough and catch the birds at 6:00 a.m.  The daily Mystery Piece airs at 6:40. The Composer’s Datebook, a two-minute music history lesson, is on at 7:20.  Hear news on the hour.

When the world is too much with us, there's always J.S. Bach. 

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Brenda Tremblay wakes you up with classical music, brief news updates, and a daily Mystery piece at 6:40 a.m.  The theme? Romance!

Monday, December 9

Treat yourself to Mozart’s A Little Night Music, a charming mandolin concerto, and a performance featuring Rochester violist John Graham.

Tuesday, December 10

You’re invited to start the day with outstanding recordings from Concentus women’s choir, Mitzie Collins, and the Baltimore Consort.

Wednesday, December 11

For more than 40 years WXXI Classical 91.5 has broadcast "the birds" each morning just before 6:00 a.m.  This practice began under the creative spirit of Simon Pontin, then host of Simon's Super Scintillating Sunshine Show, or the Sunshine Show for short.  When Simon retired, listeners were very vocal about hoping that "the birds" would continue, which they have with current morning host Brenda Tremblay.  These recordings are from a 1970s recording called "Environments."