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Discover All Things Regional in Central PA’s art and culture scene. Join hosts Cary Burkett and Joe Ulrich as they make artistic discoveries throughout the midstate. From music and visual arts to theatre, museums, literature and more! Listen every Wednesday and Friday on witf 89.5 and 93.3 for features highlighting the best and brightest cultural happenings in the region.

Classical Music on witf

Written by witf | Jun 25, 2012 2:04 PM

Don't miss the new Arts and Culture features now being produced weekly by witf's Arts and Culture Desk with Cary Burkett and Joe Ulrich. Listen on Wednesdays and Fridays during Morning Edition and during our new noontime program, Here and Now.  Also be sure to tune in Sunday and Saturday evenings at 8 for Center Stage with full-length concerts by regional symphony orchestras and more.

While Classical Air will no longer be offered over the air,you can still access classical music on

How can I access witf classical music?

We will be  providing classical music on—a 24/7 classical music internet channel available anytime, and anywhere you can get an internet signal. Internet radio listening is increasing on mobile devices, in cars, and from tabletop internet radios.  Here's how to access it:

Listen Live web page

witf Classical stream (RealPlayer, iTunes, Quicktime, Winamp)

witf Classical stream (Windows Media Player)

How can I access the witf news and information audio stream?

witf News and
Information stream (RealPlayer,
iTunes, Quicktime, Winamp)

witf witf News and
Information stream (Windows Media

How can I access witf audio on my mobile device?

witf has an iPhone
app and will soon have an Android app, to make mobile listening even easier. witf News and information is available
on iTunes now.  witf Classical and witf News and information will be available on both iPhones and
Android in August.

How can I
access witf audio on a table top device?

You no longer need to be near your computer to access your favorite Internet station, nor do you even have to have your computer on. All you need is a broadband Internet connection and a wired or wireless router.   For example, the Sangean WFR-1 Table-Top WiFi Internet Radio offers many options for Internet radio listening.

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