Clarinetist Timothy Perry and friends present music of the "Incurable Romantics"


Clarinetist Timothy Perry speaks with WSKG’s Bill Snyder about the concert Incurable Romantics in the Watters Theatre of the Fine Arts Building on the Binghamton University campus.  He and pianist Pej Reitz are joined by organist Jonathan Biggers, bassoonist Martha Weber and clarinetist Sarah Chandler for a program of works by Brahms, Piazzolla, Richard Strauss, Ponchielli, Cavallini, and Verdi/Lovreglio.


Photograph courtesy Tim Swinson via Flickr.  

Annual Report + Local Content and Service Report to the Community 2014

Thanks to the hard work and contributions of countless volunteers, members, and community partners, 2014 was a memorable year at WSKG. With consideration of input from our community and the changing landscape of communication and media, we made a few changes to the way WSKG operates and delivers content to our listeners and viewers. The year 2014 marked a year of reorganizing with a focus on four areas of public interest – history, arts, news and youth. Our goal was to connect our listeners and viewers to national and local items of interest through both traditional and emerging digital delivery systems and, by doing so, make a positive impact on the community and your quality of life. Thanks to your support, WSKG was also able to increase its service in new communities.

Bellwether Hard Cider

Bellwether Hard Cider is owned and operated by Cheryl and Bill Barton. Inspired by travels through the cider regions of France and after years of research as home cider makers, they started their business with the simple goal of making fine artisanal ciders.