On August 30th, 2014, Zoomer Radio will launch its newest station, The New Classical 102.9FM, bringing the world’s most beautiful music to one of the world’s most beautiful settings.
102.9 FM will be heard in the towns of Creemore, Stayner, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, the Towns of the Blue Mountain, Clarksburg, Thornbury, Meaford and all the way to Owen Sound in the North, Barrie in the South and Orillia, Midland, Penetanguishene and Gravenhurst in the East.
The all-classical station’s eclectic playlist runs from Mozart to big Movie Music, Bach to Bernstein, Opera to Crossover, popularizing classical music like never before.
“Almost 5 years in the making, 102.9 is another example of my engagement with the beautiful People and Places in the glorious country that lies to the north of T.O.,” said Moses Znaimer, Founder, ZoomerMedia. “An area chock full of active, dynamic, engaged and engaging arts-oriented listeners of all ages – especially Boomers with Zip.”
In addition to the music, The New Classical 102.9FM will report on local arts, entertainment and events, as well as weather and traffic.
On September 6th, the station will host a live broadcast launch/open house at a pop-up party location in Collingwood at 115 Hurontario Street from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Guests will include local dignitaries and business owners who can interact in person and on the air with Moses and 102.9 FM on-air talent, including John Van Driel, Jean Stillwell, Kerry Stratton, Mike Duncan and Bill Anderson.
Proudly playing all classical, all the time, The New Classical 102.9FM is the new and unique go-to destination for all things classical in the Georgian Triangle.