The Show Goes On: CPR and Colorado Symphony Rekindle Partnership

A few months ago I blogged about the dissolution of the relationship between Colorado Public Radio and the Colorado Symphony.  Now I’m happy to report that both parties came back to the table, and that there will be four Symphony broadcasts between now and the end of May – three will be live, one will be pre-recorded.

I don’t know the details of the new agreement yet, but obviously this is great news for both organizations as well as their patrons and listeners.  Congrats to all involved for working this out!

Here’s a link to the full press release on Colorado Public Radio’s website.

About Joe Goetz

Joe Goetz is Music Director for WFIU 103.7 FM in Bloomington, Indiana, and has eleven years of experience hosting and producing classical music programming for public radio. While completing his B.A. in Music at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO, Joe worked part time as a classical music host at KCME 88.7 FM. Following graduation, he worked as a classical music host and producer at Vermont Public Radio, developing new and engaging programming in addition to programming and hosting a daily afternoon air shift. He is an accomplished pianist with several chamber music performances to his credit, an occasional choir singer, and an avid golfer. He lives with his wife, Meghann, their son William, daughter Allison, and cats Ollie and Blanche.

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