Musical Culture Radio 100.3 was born in 2001, answering the call that many people did get to Radio Culture to coat the void left by the demise of Classic Radio. Radio Amadeus was born in April 2004, and for five years broadcast classical music all day, producing major outdoor concerts with attendance of hundreds of thousands. Amadeus stopped transmitting on frequency 103.7 on August 15, 2009. Its founders gave the brand Radio Cultura Musical and both were integrated to join forces, thus beginning the existence of Musical Culture Radio Amadeus 100.3. It is the only 24 hours of classical music on radio in Buenos Aires , a city of several million people who convenes a valuable audience, employees and business support.