Emilio Alvarez got his start in radio at a jazz station, had a brief detour in country radio, and is glad to have returned to his classical music roots. He is a life-long cellist, and his compositions have been featured in multiple concerts and stage productions.
Host and Producer of Workbench, KMFA by Request, and Choral Classics, Jeffrey presents classical music with knowledge and humor.
Guillermo Delgado is a trained tenor and music teacher who performs regularly in the Austin area. His hobbies include playing guitar, winning his fantasy football league, and spending time with his dog Moonshine.
Montreal-born Dianne Donovan is a veteran broadcaster who lives and loves music. Hear her on Midday Oasis and Classical Austin.
Ryan Kelly is the Assistant Director of Bands at the University of Texas at Austin's Butler School of Music, where he leads the New Music Ensemble and Symphony Band, teaches conducting, and directs the Longhorn Music Camp.
Host and Producer of Staccato, a 90-second feature covering classical music news all over the world.
Carla McElhaney is the pianist, co-founder, and artistic director of Austin’s innovative chamber music and arts collective, REVEL. She currently serves on the music faculty of Texas Lutheran University.
A native Texan whose career began at WRR in Dallas, Anthony McSpadden is a multi-faceted programmer and announcer now in his third decade in radio. Anthony has too many favorites to count and loves finding new music to share with his audience.
After studying musicology at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Michigan native Sara Schneider put her love of music to work at KMFA.
Kick-start your weekday mornings with invigorating music.
An exploration of the rich tradition of choral music from the earliest chant to the most recent releases.
A weekly interview and music show, with host, Dianne Donovan, that highlights upcoming events and artists of the classical music scene in Austin/Central Texas.
Classical Guitar Alive
The only nationally syndicated guitar radio program in the U.S. is produced right here at KMFA.
Early Music Now
A one-hour showcase of early music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and early Baroque.
From the Butler School
From the Butler School presents the best performances from student musicians in the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas - Austin.
KMFA by Request
Each weekday from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., we play an hour of music requested by our listeners.
KMFA: Live at Round Top
KMFA Classical 89.5 brings you a special series of broadcasts highlighting the finest performances by 2019 Round Top Summer Festival Institute faculty and young artists.
Listen Local is a series of locally-produced radio broadcasts of Austin's finest classical music performances to bring local performances to larger audiences.
Looking for a peaceful getaway? Join Dianne Donovan weekdays from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
This four hour program of music eases you from the day into the evening. Lots of great music presented with minimal talk.
Pianoforte celebrates the art of the piano and traces the evolution of music written for keyboard.
Host Chris Teel explores music written for the pipe organ.
No matter where you’re headed, KMFA is in the co-pilot’s seat with Rideshare every weekday afternoon.
Quick notes dotting the classical music landscape.
Workbench is a classical music sandbox.
Composers Datebook is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present.
Concierto is a weekly program presented in Spanish and English that features classical music by Latin American and Spanish composers and musicians.
“Feminine Fusion” is a weekly radio program that highlights the influence of women in classical music.
From the Top
From the Top features the amazing performances and captivating stories of extraordinary young classical musicians.
The 89th season of the Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts.
APM's Performance Today is America's most popular classical music radio program and a winner of the 2014 Gabriel Award for artistic achievement.
San Francisco Symphony
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
Travel to Santa Fe, New Mexico through the sounds of thirteen new one-hour radio concerts from the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.
Sunday Baroque is a celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, hosted by Elliott Forrest, features live recorded performances by leading chamber music players from around the world.
The New York Philharmonic This Week
Wind & Rhythm