Classical Music Month


Gov. Roy Cooper Proclaims September 2020 “Classical Music Month”

Wake Forest, NC (September 1, 2020) – North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper proclaims September 2020 to be “Classical Music Month” in North Carolina.  In recognition of the historical and contemporary achievements of classical music, both around the world and here in North Carolina, the Governor has included The Classical Station (WCPE 89.7 FM) in Wake Forest, NC and the North Carolina Symphony.

The proclamation states, “The value of listening to classical music cannot be overstated, and North Carolinians across our state are encouraged to take time to tune in to their local classical radio stations, support their favorite symphonies and orchestras, and to keep the tradition of classical music alive for future generations to come.”

The Classical Station will celebrate “Classical Music Month” by proudly continuing our mission of broadcasting Great Classical Music around the world.   In addition to radio broadcasts, The Classical Station is available online and on the WCPE Radio App.

The official proclamation from the Governor’s Office can be seen here:


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Deborah Proctor, General Manager or Mary Moonen, Business Office: (919) 556.5178

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About The Classical Station: The Classical Station, WCPE, is a non-profit based in Wake Forest, North Carolina, and has been broadcasting Great Classical Music since 1978.