Mixed Up Class
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About Mixed Up Class
Mixed Up Class is scheduled on Monday mornings from 6 to 9 am,
US Pacific time.
Mixed Up Class
plays mostly classical music stemming from the Western European tradition,
with other genres thrown in whenever Romain thinks they share some
common elements with other music on the show.
Goals for Mixed Up Class include:
- To broadcast classical subgenres which normally receive limited or
nonexistent airplay on other Bay Area radio stations.
- To promote local classical performers and composers, especially
those within the greater Stanford community. (If you can
pick up KZSU on your radio, consider yourself a member of
- To play all kinds of music to broaden the listeners' musical horizons,
as well as Romain's.
If you are a local artist or know any whose material might interest
Romain, send E-mail to
Or phone KZSU during Mixed Up Class hours (+1 650 723-9010).
Programming comments and suggestions are always welcome.
You can send US Mail to Romain or any other KZSU DJ at the following
P.O. Box 20190
Stanford, CA 94309
Mixed Up Class Playlists
Playlists since February 2004 are kept in KZSU's
If/when time permits, there may be more annotated playlists on this page.
- February 16, 2004
A program of American connections for the President's Day holiday.
- February 9, 2004
- Birthday: Leontyne Price (10 February 1910).
- Valentine's Day: My heart is inditing.
- Anniversary of the first performance of
George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue (12 February 1924).
- February 2, 2004
- Birthdays: Fritz Kreisler (2 February 1875),
Jascha Heifetz (2 February 1901).
- Liturgical: Candlemas (2 February).
- January 26, 2004
We observe the birthdays of Jacqueline Du Pré (1/26/1945),
Artur Rubinstein (1/28/1887), Franz Schubert (1/31/1797), and W.
A. Mozart (1/27/1756). We commemorate the passing of the beloved
TV host, Bob Keeshan, also known as "Captain Kangaroo"
- January 19, 2004: African American connections
In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, this program
plays with connections to African American musicians and composers.
- January 12, 2004
We commemorate the birthday of Maurice Duruflé (1/11/1902)
and play some music for mid-winter.
- January 5, 2004: Late Christmas
We are still in the "twelve days of Christmas", so let's play a bit more
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