Alan Brandt’s voice has been on the Louisville public radio airwaves for 25 years. Alan was trained as a bass vocalist at Illinois State University and Indiana University Southeast. Alan soloed for local church choirs and the Choral Arts Society and sang Verdi’s Requiem with the Louisville Orchestra. Alan is a self-confessed “Doctor Who” nerd. His main musical outlet nowadays is playing the ukulele. You can hear Alan weekdays 9 am – 1 pm and on An English Pastorale, Sundays at 9 am.
Louisville-native Daniel Gilliam is program director and weekday afternoon host of Classical 90.5 (WUOL). Gilliam is the producer and host of the award-winning series African American Voices, is a regular pre-concert host for the Louisville Orchestra, and a music critic for Classical 90.5 and WFPL News. He also spent a couple years at Classical Minnesota Public Radio as Program Director and is known as a composer of art songs, orchestral, chamber and choral music.
Claiming her first radio show from 3-6 am, Sara Louise Soltau paid her dues as a freshman DJ at WXYC Chapel Hill. She holds a Masters degree in Violin Performance, yet has always pursued other interests such as women’s prison music, creative education, nature and music, improvisation, and homemade instruments. Although eclectic, her explorations have always supported her larger goal to use music for education and community building. She finds classical music captures a unique story, experience, and history, which she looks forward to sharing in her hometown of Louisville, KY.