WTJU 2018 Classical Marathon is a gift for our community, December 3 – 9

Time and again, people like you describe what WTJU brings to your days:

Tranquility… Sanity… Life-enhancing… Spirit lifting… Joy…

Many words describe what WTJU’s classical music means to you. A single word describes what keeps WTJU on the air: YOU.

From December 3rd through 9th, tune in for WTJU’s 2018 Classical Marathon. It’s a week of round-the-clock classical music, specially programmed for your listening pleasure. Donate today!

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