It’s with a heavy-heart that I announce New England Classical must suspend 24/7 streaming. Earlier this year the licensing and royalty fees increased exponentially that are associated with Internet Radio streaming. While many of the larger broadcasters and service providers received a price break from the Copyright Royalty Board, us small “netcasters” did not. That, combined with the monthly costs associated with the technical side of internet radio, have just made it difficult to keep New England Classical streaming. I am going to “regroup” and perhaps seek sponsor support to cover the costs to bring back NEC in the future. Our annual Christmas Channel, New England Classical Christmas, has been hugely successful for two years now and I have every intention to have it return on November 1, 2016! I am keeping our newsletter database active so that I can email future updates. If you are not on our list please sign up below.

If you are a fan of Millennium of Music or Carnegie Hall Live you can hear both of those programs on Classical 90.9 WSCS in New London, NH. Millennium airs Sunday mornings at 8 and Carnegie airs Sunday afternoon at 4. Click here to listen online.

A huge thank you to all who have been faithful listeners of New England Classical and New England Classical Christmas and to my partners at Divine Art Recordings Group and De Young Media.

I wish you a summer full of great music!

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