4:03pm

The Gum-Suckers March

Percy Aldridge Grainger, composer

Douglas Henderson, conductor

OSU Wind Ensemble, orchestra

4:03pm

The Gum-Suckers March

Percy Aldridge Grainger, composer

Douglas Henderson, conductor

OSU Wind Ensemble, orchestra

3:32pm

Symphony No. 2, Ascendant""

Jack Gallagher, composer

JoAnn Falletta, conductor

London Symphony, orchestra

Welcome

This week on Classical KUCO! 

 

Carnegie Hall Live!

Mahler Chamber Orchestra
Leif Ove Andsnes

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Mozart's Die Zauberflöte! 

Met Opera Radio

The Metropolitan International Radio Broadcasts  

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Performance Oklahoma 

presents 

 

The Juilliard String Quartet  

    from Armstrong Auditorium!

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KUCO 90.1 FM is the only locally programmed classical music station in the state of Oklahoma.  Our airwaves extend across central Oklahoma, much of southeastern and northwestern Oklahoma via our repeater stations, KBCW 91.9 FM in McAlester and KZCU 95.9 FM in Woodward.

The staff at KUCO is dedicated to our mission to ensure that great musical works of the past and present are not lost to future generations.  We welcome your phone calls and e-mails and hope you find information on this website that enhances your classical music experience and enriches your knowledge of arts events in the community. 

We will continue our goal to provide the community with quality programming that offers variety and listener enjoyment.  KUCO is Oklahoma's choice for classical music!


 

 

 

A Note from the General Manager

Dear Patrons of Classical KUCO,

KUCO 90.1 FM, the only locally programmed classical music station in Oklahoma, can now be heard throughout northwestern Oklahoma and as far as southern Kansas on KZCU 95.9 FM.

The extended broadcasting area is the result of the purchase of Cameron University’s transmitter in Woodward, Oklahoma, and includes Woodward County, Blaine County, the eastern Oklahoma panhandle and parts of southern Kansas. KZCU was previously a repeater station for Cameron University-based KCCU.

“We have been working with KCCU at Cameron University on this project for almost two years and we are glad to establish our unique service in another part of the state,” said Brad Ferguson, KUCO general manager.           

We have been on the air since 1966 and broadcast classical music and award-winning fine arts programming to more than 45,000 listeners across Oklahoma and the U.S. We also reach southeast Oklahoma on KBCW 91.9 FM in McAlester.

Classical KUCO offers an extraordinary range of nationally syndicated programs including "The New York Philharmonic," "Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin,"  “The Record Shelf” and “From the Top” as well as its locally produced  “Performance Oklahoma” and the live weekly interview show “Spotlight on the Arts.” 

Thank you for your continued support of Oklahoma’s only classical music station! 

Sincerely,

 

Bradford Ferguson   

General Manager