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All Classical FM is supported, in part, by grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Joyce N. Furman Memorial Trust, celebrating a lifetime of giving to children, education and the arts.
All Classical FM broadcasts to the Pacific Northwest from KQAC, our flagship station in Portland, Oregon, and repeater stations in the Columbia Gorge and Oregon Coast on these frequencies:
Now with greater power and range.
88.1 Newport/Lincoln City
88.1 Hood River/The Dalles
96.3 Columbia Gorge East
“Can you put that classical station on?”
Hello! My name is Emily, I’m 17 years old and live in Pennsylvania. My uncle is wheelchair bound and while he can’t continue his passion for gardening he can enjoy his passion for music through your station. He is such a big fan! Every morning we set him up by a window looking out at beautiful birds eating from the feeders. Every morning he asks, “Can you put that classical station on?” It is so wonderful to see someone who is so limited light up when a joyous piece comes on. He sometimes sings along. Thank you for providing such joy and energy to a man who was used to being active and now is limited. Although it is tough for us to provide donations to your station right now, we pray that you will continue providing peace and happiness to people of all ages and limitations for many years to come.