Fisher on WETA

From here:

    The first days of the new classical WETA have sounded promising: The station started out with the inevitable trumpet fanfare (Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Trumpets, with Wynton Marsalis accompanying himself.) Within the first hour, the station showed that it may provide a welcome mix of music, including pieces much longer and less pops-oriented than the watered-down fare heard on the late WGMS. (Evening host Nicole Lacroix sent a strong signal from the start, daring to announce the names of the artists and orchestras playing the music–another sign that the relentless dumbing down of WGMS, which always seemed ashamed of the music it played, is a thing of the past.)

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