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Classical Arizona PBS App

The free mobile app, Classical Arizona PBS, provides an innovative way to stay in touch with the classical music scene and enjoy an abundance of premier classical recordings anytime. The app features:

  • A curated list of Arizona’s upcoming live classical music performances, including links to venues, performers’ websites and ticketing
  • Streaming access to state-of-the-art recorded broadcasts produced by Central Sound at Arizona PBS
  • Video excerpts from concerts, event photos and news updates
  • More planned features coming soon, including select arts programming from Arizona PBS

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Classical Arizona PBS – Digital TV channel 8.5 simulcasts 89.5 FM KBAQ 24/7, including premier sound recordings produced by our own Central Sound at Arizona PBS. Central Sound productions can also be heard via live streaming at kbaq.org. KBAQ is a service of Arizona State University and Rio Salado College, the Maricopa County Community College District.

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