Classical Arizona PBS

Classical Arizona PBS highlights some of Arizona’s finest arts organizations.

Classical Arizona PBS

Classical Arizona PBS is an award-winning producer of broadcast productions highlighting performances throughout Arizona. With more than 70 productions annually, classical music enthusiasts will be sure to enjoy a wide variety of chamber, orchestra, band, choral and opera programs.  Our programs highlight some of Arizona’s finest arts organizations including:

…and many more.


Broadcasts of Classical Arizona PBS productions can be heard in the Phoenix metro area on 89.5 KBAQ-FM or DTV 8.5 Classical Arizona PBS. KBAQ is a service of Arizona State University and Rio Salado College a Maricopa County Community College. Programs are also available through live streaming on the K-BACH website or on-demand via the Classical Arizona PBS mobile app.  Special programing is distributed throughout Arizona including KUAT-FM (Tucson), KNAU-FM (Flagstaff), as well as nationally/internationally on American Public Media and the WFMT Radio Network.


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