This year, Holy Week begins on April 14th with Easter falling on Sunday April 21st. Passover begins April 19th and concludes April 27th. WSCL celebrates both faith traditions this year with the following classical music special programs.
Thursday April 18th at 9PM
Rachmaninov's All Night Vigil
This spiritual, haunting Vespers program is an a cappella setting of texts taken from the Russian Orthodox All-Night Vigil ceremony, and a unique opportunity to hear this masterpiece performed in Russia by the Moscow State Chorus.
Welcome to Delmarva Public Radio’s celebration of National Poetry Month featuring “Literary Biographies with Sue Ellen Thompson.” I’m your host Harold Wilson. In this series, Sue Ellen Thompson discusses the life and work of three eminent American poets: Robert Frost, Jane Kenyon, and Jack Gilbert.
In celebration of Women's History Month, Delmarva Public Radio is pleased to bring you a new music program, Feminine Fusion, highlighting the achievements women have made in the realm of classical music.
Truth and its traveling companion lying, appear to be very much on the nation’s mind these days. The nature of the country’s current acerbic political dialogue, for example, fueled by the daily bombardment of ideas and opinions from ubiquitous social media platforms has not only served to harden our political divisions but has sewn general confusion about not only what is true but about the very nature of truth itself.
SALISBURY, MD---Local folk music is coming to Delmarva Public Radio (DPR) with the addition of Chesapeake Folk, airing 1 p.m. Saturdays on WSDL 90.7 FM.
Produced by WBYC 107.3 FM in Crisfield, MD, the hour-long show was created in 2016 by Dr. Diana Wagner, associate professor and M.Ed. program director in Salisbury University’s Education Leadership and Graduate Studies Department.
A collector and performer of local and regional music, she also serves as the show’s host and a volunteer program director for WBYC.
This summer, July 20, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the day Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to land on the moon while Command Module Pilot Mike Collins orbited overhead. Jack Clemons’ recent book Safely To Earth: The Men and Women Who Brought the Astronauts Homereminds us of the special character, commitment, and intelligence of the men and women who worked to achieve Kennedy’s ten year goal of putting a man on the moon, and bringing him and his two mates home
To kick off Maryland’s official month-long celebration of craft beer, “FeBREWary,” Shore Craft Beer and Delmarva Public Radio (DPR) will host a special Trivia Night at Hopper’s Tap House, 1400 S. Salisbury Blvd., in Salisbury, MD, on Friday, February 1, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The public is invited to vie with representatives from towns and breweries on the Eastern Shore in an ultra-competitive Town Throwdown while enjoying Hopper’s Happy Hour pricing. Prizes are offered by Hopper’s and local breweries.
Salisbury University will open at 10 a.m. Monday, January 14.
Essential personnel must report to work at the direction of their supervisors. Liberal leave is in effect for non-essential personnel, but supervisors should be notified in advance for those needing to do so.
A make-up date for classes missed due to the delayed opening is scheduled Thursday, January 24.
The Guerrieri Academic Commons remains closed and reopens with the campus on Monday.