CSF brings classical music back to Southwest Florida’s airwaves

Classical South Florida (CSF), a nonprofit listener-supported public radio organization dedicated to broadcasting classical music, has begun airing its programming in Fort Myers and throughout Southwest Florida on WNPS 88.7FM. CSF acquired the local frequency earlier this year.

“We’re delighted to bring a full-time classical music service back to Southwest Florida’s airwaves,” said CSF program director, Jason Hughes. “Classical South Florida’s programming can now be heard by more than 5.7 million people throughout all of South Florida — from the upper Keys to the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast, and from Fort Myers to Naples and Marco Island. We’re proud of our continued growth, and we look forward to bringing our new listeners the very best in classical music programming for many years to come.”

The CSF program schedule will include broadcasts of nationally renowned programs such as Performance Today, SymphonyCast and live performances from The Metropolitan Opera, as well as Florida favorites such as Backstage with the New World Symphony. Classical South Florida can be found on WKCP 89.7FM in Miami.

More information on programming and the CSF organization is available online at <www.ClassicalSouthFlorida.org>.


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