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Norman Masonson hosts KWMR's "Classical Wednesdays" programs from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. He concentrates on twentieth and twenty-first century music. Norman studied music at the Julliard School, Columbia University, Mannes College and in Hamburg, Germany as a Fulbright Scholar in Conducting. He is an Emeritus Professor at the College of Marin.
Sunday Celebration of Sacred Music,
Saturday Night Function,
The Place We Live
A retired event and volunteer coordinator, community organizer and administrative professional, Marc moved to West Marin in 2009 and was directed to KWMR by a friend as "the place where the community juice happens."
Having desired to live in Inverness since his first visit as an adult in 1968, Marc set out to engage in community. Marc connected two of his several new volunteer activities - More...
Turning Pages "Waves of Joy"
When I was a kid, I used to read sitting in the branches of the plum tree in our yard in Birmingham, Alabama. Then I went to college back east and read some more. Now I interview people who write books -- the 2nd and 4th Wednesday mornings on "Waves of Joy" at KWMR. I work as an appellate lawyer, writing criminal appeal briefs out of my home, under the strict supervision of my dog Lil Bit.
Songrwriter-guitarist Ian McMurray has put “Stone in the Water” on hold until his schedule clears up. In the meantime he has assumed his alter ego Buckshot Mescalero, truck-drivin' Americountry afficianado. Together with his horse-lovin' compadre Dusty and the mystical Nutcase the Wonder Horse, they fill the West Marin airwaves with their whacky charm and down-home horse-non-sense.
Ian is also an I.T. person by trade and answered the call to serve as KWMR’s own I.T. tech guy.