CPR Classical’s New Programming: Concerts At Home And Music for Kids

March 27, 2020


Hart Van Denburg/CPR Classical

Two new music features have begun airing on CPR Classical this week to better meet your needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Music Room Weekdays at 10:30 a.m. MDT

What does your family want to hear? Every morning at 10:30 a.m. we'll play a hit piece of music that kids and parents love to stimulate learning and discussion about the classics. Email your requests to themusicroom@cpr.org or call us at 720-222-9501. Tell us your name, city, what you want to hear, and why the piece is important to you. We'd also love to know how you or your kids are coping with the transition to online learning.

Digital illustration of two people sitting at home on a couch with the silhouette of an orchestra in front of them along with the words "Concerts@Home CPR Classical"

CPR Classical's Concerts at Home

UPDATE: Beginning May 29, 2020 Concerts@Home will be heard Fridays at 12:30pm, rebroadcast: Saturdays at 6pm (NEW TIME) and Sundays at 4pm (NEW TIME)

Sit back and enjoy a classical concert from the best seat in your house! Each week CPR Classical creates a virtual concert by showcasing pieces that were scheduled to be played in concert halls from groups like the Colorado Symphony, Boulder Philharmonic, Fort Collins Symphony, and Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra.

And if you're missing pre-concert talks or program notes, be sure to check out our video interview series. David Ginder discusses the music with the performers and conductors featured in this series each week on CPR Classical's Facebook Page.


Listen to CPR Classical on your radio at 88.1 FM in Denver, stream the music on this website by clicking on "Listen Live", or by asking your smart speaker to "Play CPR Classical." (Find other ways to listen.)


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