In July, WYSU is adding more music to the evening schedule – both classical and jazz!
Beginning Monday, July 4, you’ll hear an extra hour of classical music Monday through Thursday, with Fred Child and Performance Today starting one hour earlier, at 7 pm. And on Friday night, you’ll get an extra hour of jazz with Rick Popovich’s Jazz Sofa , kicking off at 7 pm.
POPS at the Ballpark, scheduled for Saturday, May 21st at Eastwood Field, has been postponed to Sunday, May 22nd, due to impending inclement weather and the sensitivity to the performers and instruments. The opening act will begin an hour earlier, at 6:15 pm and the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will be set to take the stage at 7:00 pm, with gates opening at 6:00 pm.
WYSU's next travel destination is Sicily and you're invited! Spend 11 unforgettable days in the Mediterranean with a seasoned tour guide, unparalleled travel companions, and, of course, Barbara Krauss. Space is limited so make your reservation today! For more information, visit the WYSU Go Ahead Tour's website.
The Donald P. Pipino Performing Arts Series and the Dana School of Music are staging Mozart’s opera Cosi fan tutteApril 22 through the 24. The opera is sung in Italian with supertitles in English. In English the title of the opera is usually translated as "Women are Like That." Written by Mozart in 1790, it is a comic tale of love and faithfulness set to the tunes of Mozart’s beautiful music. Three performances will take place in the Ford Theater in Bliss Hall.
The Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University welcomes Chatham Baroque, the nationally acclaimed string trio. Chatham Baroque will perform "Bach & Before" on Friday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m. at St. John CHurch 323 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio. A pre-concert lecture by Dr. Randall Goldberg, titled "Instrumental Music Before Back" will start at 7:00 p.m.
On Monday, February 22, the staffs of WYSU and the YSU Foundation, new neighbors in Melnick Hall, hosted an open house to show off the new location.
It is something to be celebrated as it is the first time in WYSU’s 46 year history that a space has been designated and designed specifically to house a public radio station. The open drew hundreds of people to both the WYSU and YSU Foundation offices, including a member of the Melnick family. See additional pictures on our Facebook page.
A couple of spots have opened up on our upcoming station-sponsored tour of Scandinavia, departing on May 12th this spring. We'll be spending two weeks exploring Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway, with an optional 3-day extension to St Petersburg. If you think you would like to join us, don't wait -- contact Barbara Krauss weekday mornings at (330) 941-3363 or anytime by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a huge canon of music that is only enjoyed during the holidays and we want to help our listeners really enjoy the holiday season by offering an extended playlist of seasonal songs. Once again, WYSU will broadcast this special programming that reflects both the spiritual and secular side of the holiday season. We will feature many Christmas favorites, such as A Festival of Nine Lessons, and Carols, A St. Olaf Christmas, and A Chanticleer Christmas, as well as highlight a celebration of Chanukah.