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Dr. David Austin Wagner

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Editor, On-Air Promotions

NFL Network
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Background

Employment History

  • Freelance Editor and Producer
    NFL
  • Program Director
    WRCJ
  • Worship Leader
    Freelance Musician, Sussex, WI
  • Senior Estimator
    Wagner Woodwork, Inc., Sussex, WI
  • Shift Manager
    Starbucks Corporation
  • Detroit Public TV
  • Professor
    Music and University Organist at Madonna University
  • Program Director and Morning Show Host
    Classical/ Jazz WRCJ-FM

Education

  • Musical Arts degree
    University of Michigan
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David Wagner David Wagner is Professor of Music and University Organist at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. He is also the Program Director and the morning and afternoon host at WRCJ-FM, the classical... more more artists
Dave Wagner named Program ...
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Dave Wagner named Program Director and Morning Show Host for Classical/Jazz WRCJ
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One of Detroit radio's most popular personalities will return to the local airwaves this fall as Dave Wagner becomes program director and morning host for WRCJ-FM 90.9. Wagner, whose vast music knowledge and wry sense of humor are familiar to classical music fans from his 17 years at WQRS-FM 105.1, has been hired by the new Detroit classical and jazz station.
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Wagner commented, "It's great to have classical music back in Detroit and I'm so proud to be part of the team to make this happen. His role at WRCJ will be similar as the one he held at WQRS, which abandoned a classical music format in 1997. He will guide the mix of daytime classical and nighttime jazz and the overall content of the station, which is operated by Detroit Public Television and is licensed to Detroit Public Schools. Wagner will also become 90.9 FM Morning Show host when the station shifts from Classical 24 satellite programming to locally-based broadcasts from its new studios in the Detroit School of Arts this fall.
Wagner will assume duties as program director on September 6. The date for his debut as morning host is undetermined. Dave Wagner is a 35-year radio veteran with experience at commercial and public radio stations. Since 2001, he has been program director of classical radio station WMZT-FM in Los Angeles. He is also Professor of Music at Madonna University in Livonia. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Michigan.
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Brand new classical station WRCJ-FM (90.9) pleased a lot of listeners right off the bat with its announcement Wednesday that it's hired Dave Wagner as program director and morning host. Wagner is well known to Detroiters from his 17 years in the same roles at WQRS-FM (105.1) until that station dumped classical music in 1997 to become adult pop station WMGC-FM... Dave Wagner signs on at WRCJ, (Thu 9/1)
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Dave Wagner, whom classical music fans no doubt remember from his days at the former WQRS-FM (105.1), has been named program director for Classical/ Jazz WRCJ-FM (90.9), effective Tuesday. In addition, he'll become the station's morning voice later this fall when the station switches from satellite feeds to local-based shows... Dave Wagner makes classical return to Detroit radio, (Mon 9/5)
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The station previously announced former Classical WQRS host Dave Wagner as the station's morning host and program director.
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The weekday classical lineup is set with Dave Wagner 6am-10am, Chris Felcyn 10am-3pm, and Ann Delisi 3pm-7pm.
Events
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Dr. David Wagner, Organ Featuring Kenneth Robinson, Trumpet
First Congregational Church 723 Court St. • Port Huron, Michigan
Back by popular demand, organist Dave Wagner, program director for WRCJ-90.9 FM, will present the Festival's opening concert at the First Congregational Church of Port Huron. Dr. Wagner and trumpeter Kenneth Robinson will present a program featuring works of Bach, Telemann, Viviani, Purcell, Krebs, and others.
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David Wagner David Wagner is Professor of Music and University Organist at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. He is also the Program Director and the morning and afternoon host at WRCJ-FM, the classical... more more artists
The 150-year-old organ in Holy Cross ...
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The 150-year-old organ in Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marine City will be the star of the show when organist David Wagner performs a free concert there at 4 p.m. Sunday.
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The 150-year-old organ in Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marine City will be the star of the show when organist David Wagner performs a free concert there at 4 p.m. Sunday. / MARK R. RUMMEL/TIMES HERALD
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» DETAILS: Organist and classical music radio host David Wagner will be performing seven secular selections on the church's 150-year-old organ
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The E. & G.G. Hook Opus 300 organ that calls Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marine City its home is celebrating its 150th birthday this weekend with a concert by David Wagner.
Wagner, a noted organist and classical radio programmer and host, will perform a free concert at 4 p.m. Sunday in the church at 610 S. Water St.
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Wagner, 62, has been playing professionally for more than 50 years. He's a professor of music and conductor of the University Chorale at Madonna University in Livonia, and program director and music host of WRCJ-FM in Detroit. In addition to his work as a solo performer, Wagner also has been an organist and harpsichordist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
"I played it years ago," Wagner said of the Hook organ at Holy Cross. "It's a fascinating instrument."
In a time when new technology seems to be planned for obsolescence, Wagner said the mechanical action that makes the organ work -- levers and pulleys to move the air to make sound -- will never become obsolete.
"The organ is the only instrument that can only really fill that space with sound acoustically," Wagner said.
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One of his favorites from the set list is Cloches -- which Wagner said is an "acoustic mirage" because it makes the organ sound like a bell chorus.
The ending piece by Vierne -- a famous organist at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris -- also will have a very familiar ring to the listener's ear, Wagner said.
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