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Classical Music On The Third Floor

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Wednesday Evenings at 6pm
Thursday Early Mornings at 2am
Saturday Mornings at 6am

The vision for The Third Floor is a simple one: play a wide range of classical music which encompasses choral, vocal, and instrumental works. There is an extraordinary depth to classical music that spans the globe and stretches across centuries. For three hours, I endeavor to share that with my listeners.

The show is called The Third Floor because I imagine a third floor in some grand home, an upper level above the domestic, where you'd find a study, a library, a studio, and a music room, It's a place for contemplation, learning, exploration, reading, thought ... and attentive listening.

About Bill Cromwell:

I was born in 1963 and have loved classical music for most of my life, beginning with listening to Peter and the Wolf  and Scheherazade with Mom and Dad. My grandmother was a pianist, and Liebestraum was one of the pieces I heard sitting beside her on the piano bench.

Next was a life changing experience singing professionally for four years with the Columbus Boychoir of Princeton, New Jersey.

Years later, I managed to graduate from Shepherd University with a degree to teach secondary English. Beyond that, I received a masters in English from Shippensburg University.

My wife, Gayle, and two kids, Adam and Paige, and I have lived in Fort Loudon, PA for twenty years. I've been teaching 8th graders for almost thirty.