High Plains Public Radio to broadcast live recordings of Amarillo Symphony preformances

Tom Hinde

The Amarillo Symphony, the leader of orchestral music in the Texas Panhandle since 1924, announced the return of Amarillo Symphony Presents broadcasts on High Plains Public Radio (HPPR). HPPR will broadcast performances, through September 15, from live recordings heard at the Globe News Center during the past three orchestral seasons. These recordings include concert performances from the most recent 2015-16 concert season.

The broadcasts are set for Sundays at noon and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. These weekly one-hour programs will air on HPPR's network of 21 broadcast radio stations, making the Amarillo Symphony accessible to audiences across the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, western Kansas and eastern Colorado. HPPR is an affiliate of National Public Radio. To hear each broadcast tune in to 105.7 FM KJJP Amarillo. For a full listing of stations, schedules and performance information visit www.hppr.org.