10:10am

Fri November 2, 2012
Station News & Events

Classic 102.1 Fall Fund Drive - Nov. 8th-10th

Since July of last year, Classic 102.1 has been on the air as Your Voice for the Arts, bringing you classical music and jazz plus news about arts and culture in the Lexington area.

Like many other public radio stations, this one is completely dependent on listener support.

Help us get a head start on the 2012 Fund Drive by clicking the links below.

>>Make a Donation to Classic 102.1

>>Give a Sustaining Gift to Classic 102.1 (auto-renewing monthly donation)

Thank you for listening and supporting Classic 102.1

Make your contribution during the Fall 2012 Fund Drive for Classic 102.1 to be entered in the following drawings*. The Fund Drive ends on November 10th at 1pm.

-A Handel Celebration Box Set: 39 CDs featuring Water Music, Music for the Royal FireworksMessiah, Concerti Grossi, and more. Plus, a DVD of Messiah with King’s College Choir and a bonus CD-ROM with booklet notes and sung texts. Enter anytime during the fund drive to win this box set.

-Tickets for the Lexington Philharmonic Concert – Copland’s America: The concert will take place on November 16th at 7:30pm at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington. Enter on Friday 11/10 between 9am-12pm to win these tickets.

-Tickets for the Lexington Philharmonic Concert – Handel’s Messiah: The concert will take place on December 15th at 7:30pm at Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington. Enter on Friday 11/10 between 9am-12pm to win these tickets.

-Season Tickets for the Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD Series: the 2012-13 series of performance transmissions to movie theaters around the world includes Verdi's Aida, Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito, Donizetti's Maria Stuarda, and sevral others. Enter anytime during the fund drive for your chance to win these tickets.

*A contribution of any amount will automatically enter you to win. If you would like to enter without making a contribution simply fill out the pledge form and choose "enter me in the drawing only."