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Shades of Classics airs on Campus & Community Radio CKUW 95.9 FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and on the Internet

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Wake up to a unique blend of classical and new age music
From Mozart and Beethoven...
To Secret Garden and Sarah Brightman
Heartfelt music at its finest
And a passion for the soprano voice!

With your host JOHN IVERSON

Shades of Classics is committed to promoting the
music and activities of local musicians and ensembles


This site was updated on  June 16, 2019
Shades of Classics Program Highlights for
June 23, 2019

Canadian Spotlight Feature
A live in-studio interview with Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Music Director Daniel Raiskin. Daniel will be talking about the orchestra's summer activities as well as showcasing their upcoming concert season.

WSO Music Director Daniel Raiskin

Feature Work
A complete performance of the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra by Ralph Vaughan Williams,
with pianist Louis Lortie and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Peter Oundjian.


Secret Garden

From the Garden
Nostalgia
( Album:  Storyteller  )


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