Monday - Thursday 6pm – 12 am ET
Friday 6pm - 9pm & 10pm - 12am ETLauren Rico has worked at radio stations in Tampa; Charlotte; Washington, D.C.; Austin and New York City. She spent over seven years as a host on Classical 24, a nationally syndicated classical music service. Over the last several years, Lauren has delved into broadcast production, hosting and producing 5 seasons of Minnesota Opera radio broadcasts as well as the Gracie Award-winning documentary series "Instrumental Women.” A longtime student of the French horn, Lauren holds a master's degree from George Mason University.
Martin Goldsmith | email
Saturdays 12pm-6pm ET & Sundays 12pm-6pm ET
Former host of the nationally syndicated Performance Today, Martin sees classical music as "an exciting and moving expression of what's best about humanity." He’s author of The Inextinguishable Symphony about his parents' experience in an all-Jewish orchestra in Nazi Germany and The Beatles Come to America. Martin’s newest book, which follows his grandfather’s and uncle’s voyage on the infamous Jewish refugee ship St. Louis and their unhappy odyssey through a series of French concentration camps to their murder at Auschwitz, is called Alex’s Wake.
Preston Trombly | email
Monday – Friday 12pm - 6pm ET Preston Trombly offers his Sirius/XM listeners the same enthusiasm and commitment he brings to his music and art. For several years he worked as a composer and performer (Guggenheim Fellow, NEA and NYSCA commissions). His art has been featured in galleries and museums in the New York City/Tri-State area. Preston's Sonata No. 5 received The National Arts Club award for best art work in Mixed Media in 2010. He is a frequent speaker on music and the visual arts around the country.
Robert Aubry Davis | email
Mondays 12am - 6am ET
Saturdays 8am - 12pm ET
Sundays 6am - 12pm ETNative Washingtonian Robert Aubry Davis is a nationally recognized producer and host for radio and TV. His Radman Productions has released several CD compilations, and he's the TV host of WETA Public Television’s Emmy-winning Around Town.
Friday 9 pm - 10 pm (Classics on Film)
Saturday 7 pm to 12am (Weekend Pops Part 1)
Sunday 12 am - 2 am (Weekend Pops Part 2)
Sunday 2 am - 3 am (Classics on Film Repeat)
Vincent has been relating classical music to everyday life for Satellite Radio listeners as well as commercial and public radio audiences for over 20 years. It all started when he was a boy and built a crystal radio that let him speak out of his family’s kitchen radio. He’s also narrated audio books and recorded voiceovers for a variety of commercial and industrial clients. When he is not researching for his shows, he’s enjoying his family, nature, the water, the wonders of music, and lots of books.
John Clare | email
Mondays - Fridays 6am - 12pm ET
John Nasukaluk Clare is comfortable behind a microphone, streaming video or playing violin. A former broadcaster for NPR, John has previously worked with Voice of America, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation and stations in Texas, Kansas, Nevada, California, and Pennsylvania. In 2005, Clare earned the Deems Taylor Award from ASCAP for radio broadcasting, citing his work on 20/20 Hearing. Having performed with famed tenors Luciano Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli, John has worked with the Mozart Festival Texas, Mid Texas Symphony, Nevada Chamber Symphony, Shreveport Symphony, Abilene Philharmonic and Wichita Symphony Orchestra. An avid chamber music lover, John founded the Las Vegas Chamber Music Society in 2004.