Peter Whorf

Radio Station Manager

Peter Whorf is station manager for WKAR Radio. He also oversees the news division of WKAR Radio, and is host of What's New on WKAR.

Peter Whorf joined WKAR in August 2012.

Peter arrived at WKAR from Chicago, where he was program director and vice president of content at WFMT, the only commercial classical radio station in the country. He was previously with public stations WNYC/New York, KBIA/Mid-Missouri Public Media and WBEZ/Chicago. Peter Whorf graduated from Eastman School of Music, studying the violin.

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90.5 Classical is very pleased to announce live broadcasts of Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra for the 2015/16 season.  The A2SO's Main Stage events will kick off in September with an all-Beethoven program featuring pianist Garrick Ohlsson with Beethoven's Piano Concerto #3 and the "Choral Fantasy" along with the UMS Choral Union.  As in past seasons, live WKAR/A2SO broadcasts will feature Saturday night performances from the Michigan Theatre and Hill Auditorium, with an encore broadcast the following Saturday at noon on 90.5 Classical

http://davidpogue.com/

From the New York Times to "CBS Sunday Morning" to PBS’s "Nova," David Pogue is one of media’s best known presenters and reviewers of tech topics. Among his many notable accomplishments, Pogue is also recently known as technology columnist for Yahoo Tech. Pogue’s acclaimed public TV series "Making Stuff" aired last year on WKAR-TV. His show combines his unique blend of humor and analysis of the latest consumer and scientific innovations.

Dr. Andrew Hoffman is the Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan. His new book "How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate" examines ways in which non-scientific views shape opinion on the subject of global climate shifts.

Courtesy - MSU College of Music

This Sunday at MSU’s Fairchild Theatre, four pianists on four grand pianos will fill the stage with the sounds of  Dvořák, Debussy and much more. It’s the MSU College of Music’s 4th annual "Piano Monster" concert featuring faculty artists Panayis Lyras, Derek Polischuk, Zhihua Tang and piano faculty chair Deborah Moriarty.

Courtesy Harris Nature Center

From March Madness to April showers, the signs of spring have been making their arrival in Michigan these past few weeks. You’ve probably also noticed a few more bird songs accompanying those first rays of morning light. Bird enthusiasts such as Harris Nature Center bird naturalist Clare Bratton have been venturing out more and more lately, binoculars at the ready.

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