Classical music lovers know broadcaster, live concert host and voice-over artist Candice Agree from her more than 25 years on America’s airwaves. Candice produces, hosts, and distributes the The Spanish Hour with Candice Agree, the only radio program in the US devoted exclusively to the classical music of Spain and the Spanish-speaking world. As Music Director for Concierto, Candice is responsible for programming this weekly bilingual two-hour syndicated broadcast of classical music featuring Spanish and Latin-American composers and performers, distributed nationally by WDAV, Classical Public Radio in Charlotte, North Carolina. Candice also hosts Saturday afternoons on WDAV. The United Nations, Guarneri String Quartet, Town Hall, the Foundation for Iberian Music (where Candice is a Contributing Scholar), Westchester Conservatory of Music, Steinway Hall, Yamaha, Instituto Cervantes, and many other organizations have invited Candice to produce and host benefits, galas, and concerts. In television, Candice is the promo and off-camera program announcer for CBS News Sunday Morning, hosted by Charles Osgood. Candice’s voice is heard from coast to coast on museum audio guides, industrials, documentaries, audio books, and literally thousands of radio and television commercials and promos. Music has always been a part of Candice’s life. Her maternal grandmother taught piano and voice, and her paternal grandfather played cello and mandolin. In high school she had the remarkable opportunity to study composition with Ludmila Ulehla. She continued her musical education with courses in piano, theory, composition, and jazz arranging at the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. Candice received a B.A. in Russian from Barnard College. Website for The Spanish Hour: www.thespanishhour.org On twitter: @TheSpanishHour, @VoiceCandy, @Radiocandy On audioboo: www.audioboo.com/radiocandy Also, find the public pages for The Spanish Hour and Candice Agree on Facebook.