@WDAVSeptember 10, 2015

For the Sake of One Note!

WDAV recently hosted Vladimir Horowitz’s personal piano. As it turns out, Vlad was a very particular man when it came to his piano – and his music. Find out just how particular with this great anecdote!

UncategorizedAugust 1, 2012

Olympic Focus: South Africa

As the 2012 London Olympics moves into its fifth day of competition, world records continue to be broken.

UncategorizedJuly 31, 2012

Olympic Focus: Kazakhstan

On Sunday, Kazakhstan won its second gold medal of the 2012 London Olympics. Records were broken. Physical boundaries

UncategorizedJuly 20, 2012

WDAV Says Goodbye to Beloved Colleague and Friend Ruskin Cooper.

On Wednesday, July 18, Davidson lost a kindhearted and talented member of its community. Ruskin Cooper, Artist Associate

UncategorizedJune 13, 2012

WDAV France Tour 2012!

Enjoy some photos from the recent WDAV group trip to France with 18 Classical Public Radio Supporters, hosted

UncategorizedMay 25, 2012

Memorial Day Weekend – Summer Start-Up

POSTED Friday, May 25, 2012 —┬áMemorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of summer, and at WDAV and

UncategorizedMay 20, 2012

Davidson Receives $25 Million for Davidson Trust

Davidson College, WDAV’s licensee, has announced it will receive $25 million from Edward L. “Ted” Baker for The Davidson Trust which provides assistance to students for whom a Davidson education would not otherwise be financially feasible.

UncategorizedMay 19, 2012

Frank Dominguez Gets Shout Out

Lawrence Toppman at the Charlotte Observer has written a great article about our very own program director, Frank