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Stefanie Sere

Stefanie Sere

Stefanie hails from Brooklyn, NY where she got to see some of the greatest concerts and shows in both big and small venues.

Stefanie got her start in radio at WSIA in the early 90s. After moving around
in her early 20s and always going back to NYC, she finally moved to Colorado in 2002 never
looking back. Within weeks of moving to Colorado, Stefanie signed up with KGNU Boulder and
volunteered there for 10 years, off and on, taking a hiatus while she founded her own café and
bakery in Nederland.

It was in Nederland, at her bakery, where Stefanie met her husband and began a family a few years
later. Once her first daughter was born, she sold her business and bought a home in Denver.
After spending 9 years in Denver, watching it grow and become a place similar to Brooklyn,
Stefanie knew that she wanted to get out of the once “cute, little city” to avoid being in a big
city again.

“My love of music runs deep,” she says. From blues and classic rock to alternative rock and
traditional jazz, to some obscure stuff like The Residents and Pain Teens, Stefanie enjoys most
genres as long as there is the talent rooted in it.
You can hear Stefanie Tuesdays on KLZR on Rockin’ The Range from noon – 2pm.

David Niemeyer

David Niemeyer

David plays classical music putting it into the context of its times, its history and its geography. The compositions encompass everything from the deadly serious to the totally ridiculous, as he likes to say. Each two hour program features music from multiple time periods and compositional types. He is also a fan of Broadway music and ethnic folk music. He was born in Los Angeles and lived in Southern California until moving to Westcliffe. A music major in college, he works as a database and web programmer for a major bank. David is an active board member of In Concert, which brings classical music to the Valley. He says “I like eating so it follows that I also enjoy cooking”. He also enjoys hiking in the wilderness, which makes his choice of the Wet Mountain Valley a great location. David hosts Sunday Classics Sundays 8PM – 10PM.