Eileen Delahunty

Producer, WQXR

Eileen Delahunty started her radio days in Boston working on the morning show at WBCN. 

She moved to New York City to work in public radio on the Peabody Award winning show Heat with John Hockenberry as a producer and director.  It wasn't long before Eileen planted her feet solidly at New York Public Radio.  During her twenty plus years, she's worked on many programs and specials including; Selected Shorts, The Poet's Voice, Bloomsday on Broadway, Concerts from the Frick Collection, Survival Kit with Leonard Lopate, and The Next Big Thing.  Eileen has also produced and directed hundreds of live broadcast from venues all over New York City including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, LPR, The United Nations, Bargemusic and many others. 

In 2009, Eileen started working with the newly purchased WQXR and continues to produce and direct the live broadcasts including the new national series, Carnegie Hall Live.

Eileen lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children. 

Eileen Delahunty appears in the following:

Joanne Polk Celebrates the Music of Fanny Mendelssohn

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

In celebration of Women’s History Month, pianist and music professor Joanne Polk joined us in our studio to play works by women composers.
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Violist Antoine Tamestit Plays Bach and Telemann

Monday, August 28, 2017

Antoine Tamestit, a leading champion of the viola, is known for playing with some of the world's finest orchestras. But at The Frick Collection, he's playing solo.


Bass-Baritone Christopher Purves Makes His New York Recital Debut

Monday, August 21, 2017

Bass-Baritone Christopher Purves usually performs on opera stages across Europe. For his New York recital debut, Purves chose the intimate stage of The Frick Collection.

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Tempesta di Mare Plays Music of Naples and Venice

Monday, August 14, 2017

Tempesta di Mare, a Baroque ensemble from Philadelphia, take us on a trip to Venice and Naples in this Concert From The Frick Collection: A Tale of Two Italian Cities.

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Xian Zhang And New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Begin First Season Together

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Xian Zhang, the internationally acclaimed Chinese-American conductor, has her first concerts as music director of the NJSO this weekend.
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German Cellist Leonard Elschenbroich Makes His New York Debut

Monday, July 27, 2015

According to the New York Times, this recital debut by German cellist Leonard Elschenbroich reveals his "great technical prowess, intellectual curiosity and expressive depth."


Pianist Anna Vinnitskaya Makes Her New York Recital Debut

Monday, July 07, 2014

The broadcast season of Concerts at the Frick kicks off with Russian pianist Anna Vinnitskaya making her New York recital debut. Click through for the full, unedited concert.

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April 15th, 2001

Sunday, April 15, 2001

The next big thing is redefining love: Love is never having to say you're sorry... but managing to convince the Chinese government that you have. On our show, it’s walking from the dining room of the restaurant, through the swinging doors and into the kitchen to become ... Super Chef! ...


How Can Anybody Explain the Success of a Product Like Jello?

Thursday, July 01, 1999

The exact date of this episode is unknown. We've filled in the date above with a placeholder. What we actually have on record is: 1999-07-uu.

1 of Five programs produced by Dean Olsher for the 75th anniversary of WNYC.

WNYC archives id: 90824