KMFA has your holiday soundtrack
It's that time of year again and KMFA has the perfect music to accompany your holiday festivities.
Don't forget our annual Festival of Carols, four days of nonstop holiday music, will be from Sunday, December 22 through Wednesday, December 25!
Make a Difference
As 2013 comes to a close, please support the station you love with your year-end gift or become a new member today.A group of KMFA friends have offered a generous match for all gifts received by December 31, so you can make a real difference.
Ensure that KMFA has the important financial resources needed to bring you another year of music just as engaging and enlightening as the music that touched you this year. Thank you!
Listen Local this Season
At KMFA, we encourage you to Listen Local, so here’s a quick way to find out what classical concerts and events are coming up here in the Austin area.
Turn a Vehicle into a Gift
Are you in possession of an unwanted car, truck, motorcycle, RV, camper, or boat? Donate it to KMFA!
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KMFA Classical 89.5 is Austin's home for classical music on the radio and online. The glorious music you hear 365 days a year is made possible by listeners like you. Join the growing chorus of KMFA supporters by donating here!
The MET Returns!
The Toll Brothers-Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network is back and you can hear live Metropolitan Opera Saturday opera broadcasts on KMFA starting December 7.
Local broadcasts are brought to you thanks to the generosity of Sarah and Ernest Butler.
The Metropolitan Opera broadcast season is sponsored by Toll Brothers, America's luxury home builder, with generous long-term support from The Annenberg Foundation and the Vincent A. Stabile Endowment for Broadcast Media.
Shop & Support KMFA
You don't have to shop 'til you drop, but did you know you can support KMFA while shopping online? Businesses like Target, Amazon, Macy's and Best Buy are just a few of the places that will send a percentage of your purchase back to KMFA as a donation.
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Visit the Classical 89.5 Blog for a closer look at KMFA, as well as classical music and the Austin arts community. Announcers, staff, and interns share their impressions and thoughts on the latest arts news, as well as insightful commentary and engaging interviews.