From the press release:
"Great classical music artists of the early and middle 20th century will soon be heard again in the Bay Area. KZSU 90.1 F.M., Stanford University’s non-commercial radio station, will begin broadcasting The Music Treasury every Thurssday evening from 8 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. The program will feature pianists such as William Kapell, Dinu Lipatti, Clifford Curzon, Edwin Fischer and Geza Anda, cellists such as Jacqueline Du Pre, violinists such as Zino Franciscatti and Yehudi Menuhin, and conductors including Arturo Toscanini, Leopold Stokowski, Dimitri Metropolis, Wilhelm Furtwaengler and Charles Munch. The program will be hosted by music critic and reviewer, Dr. Gary Lemco, who reviews Bay Area music performances for classicalmusicguide.com and CD releases for audaud.com. His classical music radio broadcasts were heard for many years on various FM stations, such WHRW-FM at SUNY Binghamton and at WRFG-FM in Atlanta. He also appeared for fifteen seasons on WQXR's "First Hearing" (a New York City musical review program), which was nationally syndicated.
The Music Treasury will bring to life magnificent performances, many never commercially released, each introduced with commentary regarding its musical content and context. Recordings will be drawn from the Stanford University Archive of Recorded Sound as well as from Dr. Lemco’s collection of more than 12,000 classical CD’s. No other Bay Area station has broadcast or will be broadcasting the range of artists and repertoire that will be heard on The Music Treasury. Listeners will also be informed about upcoming classical recitals and concerts at Stanford and throughout the Bay Area. If, after tuning in, listeners like what they are hearing, they are encouraged to email email@example.com to express their support."