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John Montanari

Music Director

WFCR Inc

HQ Phone:  (413) 545-0100

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WFCR Inc

131 County Circle

Amherst, Massachusetts,01003

United States

Company Description

The WFCR Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization created to conduct fund raising activities for WFCR. Their mission is to guarantee WFCR's future as a premier public media organization by enhancing financial support, promoting community interest, ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Music Director of WFCR Public Radio

University of Massachusetts


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www.insidethearts.com

Amherst MA: It's not easy replacing John Montanari who retired recently from WFCR/New England Public Radio.


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New England Public Radio's Classical Voice: John Montanari is set to retire at the end of the year
Posted: December 11, 2013 12:00 AM After 35 years in Amherst with New England Public Radio, WFCR's respected classical music host and director John Montanari will be retiring shortly before Christmas. WFCR/NEPR CEO and General Manager Martin Miller, expressed that "for thousands of listeners, John is the voice of WFCR, and one that will be deeply missed when he retires. To learn more about John Montanari and his career, READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT GAZETTENET


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New England Public Radio's Classical Voice: John Montanari is set to retire at the end of the year
After 35 years in Amherst with New England Public Radio, WFCR's respected classical music host and director John Montanari will be retiring shortly before Christmas. WFCR/NEPR CEO and General Manager Martin Miller, expressed that "for thousands of listeners, John is the voice of WFCR, and one that will be deeply missed when he retires. To learn more about John Montanari and his career, READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT GAZETTENET


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John Montanari, Music Director


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John Montanari, WFCR's music director, says Reney's style bears no relation to the "outsized, jumping up and down" approach of some radio personalities.
Instead, Montanari says, "He burns with a cool blue flame." "I'm your man," Reney told Montanari. John Montanari, WFCR's music director and the man who originally interviewed Reney for the station, says the jazz-show host has "impeccably high standards" that are reflected in his choice of material. "Tom's like the guy," says WFCR's John Montanari. "The jazz guy. Who in this area is a more known and more authoritative commentator on jazz than Tom?" Twice a year, for the past 10 years, he's been spreading the faith by teaching his own course on jazz history. The latest session started last Sunday at the Broadside Bookshop in Northampton. He gets a mixed group. They range from people who simply listen to his show to professional musicians who want to learn more about "the nuts and bolts of jazz history," he says. People are intrigued by the history of jazz, he continues, about what it reveals about the ways black culture and white culture come together, and fail to come together. "Jazz helps us understand who we are as Americans," he says.


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