Jim Svejda Retires – Classical KUSC

Jim Svejda Retires – Classical KUSC

After 43 years at KUSC, Jim Svejda is retiring. Jim has made an enduring influence on the earth of classical music. His final present was Friday, February 18. You possibly can learn extra about upcoming schedule adjustments here. Over the a long time, Jim has delighted Classical KUSC listeners together with his meticulously crafted commentaries

After 43 years at KUSC, Jim Svejda is retiring. Jim has made an enduring influence on the earth of classical music. His final present was Friday, February 18. You possibly can learn extra about upcoming schedule adjustments here.


Over the a long time, Jim has delighted Classical KUSC listeners together with his meticulously crafted commentaries on numerous composers, conductors and artists in addition to a variety of different topics that entice his musical fancy.

Each weeknight, loyal listeners have joined him to listen to his partaking musical decisions and commentary. Jim has additionally hosted and produced the syndicated radio collection “The File Shelf” which has been carried by public radio stations within the U.S

“Jim Svejda: Between the Notes” was chosen as one in all a handful of shorts featured through the LA Shorts Worldwide Movie Competition. The movie celebrates Svejda’s fortieth anniversary with KUSC and in addition acknowledges his standing as one of the vital educated classical music hosts within the nation.

Directed by Daniel Zucker, with a solid together with famend live performance violinist Anne Akiko Meyers, composer Thomas Newman and movie director Nicholas Meyer, the quick documentary highlights Svejda’s contributions to the classical music world throughout his time at KUSC.

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Classical KUSC, positioned within the USC constructing in downtown Los Angeles, broadcasts hand-picked commercial-free classical performances, skilled music commentary and protection of the humanities in Southern California. The listener-supported station has been broadcasting for greater than 60 years as a broadcast service of the College of Southern California at 91.5(FM) in Los Angeles and Santa Clarita, 88.5 KPSC in Palm Springs, 91.1 KDSC in Thousand Oaks, 93.7 KDB in Santa Barbara and 99.7 KESC in Morro Bay/San Luis Obispo. It’s live-streamed at kusc.org, attracting listeners from across the globe.

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