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@WDAVApril 2, 2019

World Autism Awareness Day: WDAV Recognizes the Musical Figures Who Inspire Us

Long before anyone had identified Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), inspirational figures throughout history were among those who would,

@WDAVDecember 12, 2018

WDAV Premieres 40th Anniversary Audio Theme

In celebration and commemoration of WDAV’s 40th Anniversary, we are thrilled to have partnered with accomplished composer Dan Locklair to write a series of short pieces for the station. The timeless theme and its many variations will become a regular and identifiable part of our on-air presence. A longtime friend and supporter of WDAV, Locklair

@WDAVSeptember 13, 2018

Remembering Leonard Bernstein: Exploring Bernstein’s Family

In celebration of the centennial of legendary artist, we take a dive into Bernstein’s life and musical genius

@WDAVJuly 11, 2018

Q & A with WDAV’s Summer Interns

Meet our two musically minded summer interns

@WDAVJune 20, 2018

Weekend Host Tom Burge says “Adieu”

The Sunday evening host leaves to focus on performance and teaching career

@WDAVJune 15, 2018

5 Reasons to Check Out WDAV’s Small Batch Concert Season Finale

WDAV’s popular Small Batch Concert Series at Free Range Brewing in Charlotte returns Tuesday, June 26, at 7:30 p.m. to bring together great people, great music, and great beer! Here are five reasons you should get your tickets to the last performance of the concert series season: You’ll get to witness several world premieres! Since we’re

@WDAVApril 4, 2018

5 More Reasons to Check Out WDAV’s Small Batch Concert Series

WDAV’s Small Batch Concert Series brings together great people, great music, and great beer!

@WDAVFebruary 15, 2018

Top 5 Reasons to Check Out WDAV’s Small Batch Concert Series

WDAV’s Small Batch Concert Series brings together great people, great music, and great beer! Here are the top five reasons you should check out our next performance: You get to hear the Tesla Quartet! This ensemble is top-notch. They’re fun, energetic, and innovative. You’ll want to hear chamber music the way they do chamber music.