WQED FM Is Currently Off the Air
WQED-FM Is Currently Not Available On The Radio, But There are Others Ways To Listen
Damage to the transmission line located 350 feet up the WQED tower has caused our over-the-air radio signal to go silent, preventing listeners from hearing WQED-Classical FM on their car or home radios. A tower crew is expected on-site by the end of the week to begin repairs. We promise to keep you informed as the work progresses.
While our transmitter is being fixed, your WQED-FM may not be available on the radio, but there are still many ways to enjoy Jim Cunningham, Anna Singer, and all the classics that you appreciate. If you do not have the WQED-FM app, now is the time to get it, and it’s free and available on the Google Play Store and Apple Store. With the WQED Classical FM app, you are one tap away from live radio streams, podcasts, and more. Whenever. Wherever. WQED-FM – We’re at your command.
You can also easily access WQED-FM by asking your favorite smart device, such as Alexa, to play WQED-FM, or listen by clicking the links below.
Classical WQED 89.3 FM
WQED-FM 89.3 is committed to providing classical music and the other fine arts programming.
Pittsburgh Concert Channel
The Pittsburgh Concert Channel is your 24-hour home for archived Pittsburgh Symphony Radio broadcasts.
Q the Music
Pittsburgh Classical Network features the best performances by musicians throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania.
RADical Days Interview
Janis Burley Wilson of the August Wilson Cultural Center, joins Elizabeth Barker of the Frick Pittsburgh, to talk about their Radical Days events and update us on what is going on at both cultural centers.
Jim Cunningham spoke with Dusty Elias Kirk and Shannon Musgrave of the Allegheny Regional Asset District about the 2020 RADical Days events; how they've managed to continue the tradition through the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Conversation with Yo-Yo Ma
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma talks with WQED’s Vice President of Content and Executive Producer of Harbor From the Holocaust, Darryl Ford Williams. They discuss the music recorded for the national premiere.
We are providing performing arts organizations with s way to connect with fans of music and culture with series of broadcasts, interviews, online local arts resources and more!
Papal Concert of Reconciliation
In 2004, the PSO under the direction of Sir Gilbert Levine was the first American orchestra to perform at the Vatican before Pope John Paul II. Read an exerpt from Levine's book The Pope's Maestro.