The staff of Blue Lake Public Radio is so heartened by the response of our listeners in these days of social distancing! It means a lot to know that our stations are providing you with comfort, companionship, and enough news to keep you informed while maintaining the importance of wonderful music in our lives.

Here a few of the comments that have been offered by phone or email of late:

“Thank you all for being and staying on the air. You are a comfort in a stressful time. “
“Tell the staff that they are making this time so much more bearable. Your beautiful selections are just the thing I need.”
“Programming this week has been superb.  Entertaining, inspiring & soothing.  Keep it coming.”
"Enjoying my 'introvert' time…having a really nice creative afternoon and listening to Foley Schuler on Blue Lake, my favorite to paint to. Stay healthy, everyone, and be kind to each other.”
“Thank you for staying on the air, providing a spot of peace and calm in the midst of all the madness!! I always love the music, but especially now, being house-bound.”

You can stay socially distant but musically close with Blue Lake Public Radio, in Grand Rapids on 88.9, throughout West Michigan on 90.3, worldwide at www.bluelake.org/listen, and on mobile devices thru iOS and Android.

 


Grand rapids Symphony Orchestra  John Varineau

On this Sunday’s broadcast, JoAnn Falletta is guest conductor, with Lili Boulanger’s D'un soir triste and D'une matin de printemps. Violinist Tai Murray is featured in the Lalo Symphonie espagnol, and the concert features Prokofiev’s Symphony No.5. The Grand Rapids Symphony is heard exclusively on Blue Lake Public Radio, Sunday afternoons at 1:00.

 


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