Commercial-free Classical KDFC. And Then Some. San Francisco Bay Area.
Out of the concert hall… from the Silver screen… off the beaten path… for the next generation of music lovers.
That’s "KDFC, Classical. And then some." And, that’s what makes KDFC different from other radio stations – our casual, comfortable approach to classical, with the unique variety of your favorites mixed with regular surprises that make your workday interesting.
KDFC is proud to offer our new iPhone/iPad app to expand our popular World Service. We’re the radio home to the Bay Area’s wonderful arts community, and air special programming you won’t hear on any other station. Tune in!
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Beginning October 2nd at 7:00 PM (PST) “More Streams” feature will be available that will house multiple streams offered on the app
Classical KDFC and California Ultimate Playlist will be available under More Streams
- “Make a Request” form was updated to match with KDFC shows
- Alarm clock was disabled
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Best music and more!
I have been listening for 50 years (KKHI & KDFC). It’s the best select of music and I especially enjoy the music history and education! The app is great also and a tip for “spazz dad” who was unhappy with the occasional poor performance of the app. The performance of the app is totally dependent upon your internet data signal. Weather you are using wifi or cell phone data. The signal is just a radio signal from a transmitter (your wifi router or your cell phone’s transmitter tower). Check the number of bars at the top of the cell phone screen to see the strength of your data signal. If you only have 1 or 2 bars you have a weak signal and the quality of the sound may suffer. Try moving to a different location or switching to wifi, or turning off wifi to change your signal source. Good luck.
A big piece of my childhood updated
I grew up visiting my grandparents in Belmont. They always had KDFC playing on the radio - 24/7. We would also listen in the car. For whatever reason, the area where they lived did not have the best reception, so there was always a slight amount of static. I actually went many years listening to classical music with static. The great thing about the app is that you can take the station with you anywhere and there is no static. I also like that you can see what song is playing. It’s a great way to learn what you are listening to. I don’t have it on 24/7, but I do frequently start my mornings and my weekends by listening to KDFC. It takes me back to my childhood and I love learning new things from the listening.
KDFC in Paris
It is a delight to take KDFC, which we listen to every day in San Francisco, to Paris in June. Last year, we used the Listen Live feature on a Windows/Chrome platform with extension speakers. This year, plugging those into an iPhone/Safari, the interface was not as simple or pleasing, so I downloaded this app. Just lovely: we get our clear and reliable sound 25 hours (perhaps the person who complained about signal drops had poor Internet connectivity and blamed the wrong link in the chain) plus one sees what piece is playing in the dimmed iPhone screen as it plays, something I hadn't realized how much I'd enjoy. This app is a very clean and thoughtful added service from our home public radio allowing us to bring our KDFC friends into our Paris pied à terre of the year.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.