Best wrti podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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WRTI-FM: Crossover : NPR
Assorted stories from WRTI-FM
Arts Desk
Listen to WRTI's Arts Desk features for a daily look into the world of music, arts, and culture. Listen to brief features throughout the day!
WRTI-FM: Jill Pasternak : NPR
Assorted stories from WRTI-FM
WRTI-FM: News &amp Views : NPR
Assorted stories from WRTI-FM
Noteworthy guests join Jill Pasternak every Saturday morning for a fascinating exploration of jazz, classical music, and beyond. Don't be surprised if you're transported to the theater, a jazz club, or a concert hall. Always intriguing and enlightening, the critically acclaimed Crossover has featured interviews with a range of artists including Yo-Yo Ma, The Klezmatics, Sarah Chang, Cy Coleman, Alan Broadbent, Pinchas Zukerman, and Ann Hampton Callaway. The list goes on and on...
Creatively Speaking
WRTI's award-winning weekly arts and culture program broadcasts every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Jim Cotter presents a cross-section of interviews, features, commentaries, reviews and performance excerpts that highlight the most interesting local work in the performing and visual arts.
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When the Philadelphia Orchestra commissioned Jonathan Leshnoff to write a concerto for principal clarinetist Ricardo Morales, the composer realized a connection between the clarinet and...the Hebrew alphabet. WRTI's Debra Lew Harder explains.By (Debra Lew Harder).
What was the sound of Philadelphia in the late 18th century? As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, Dolce Suono Ensemble is going to historic sites to perform music favored by the leaders of the new republic.By (Susan Lewis).
So, you want to know how vocalist Kevin Valentine is making it as a musician after leaving behind a full-time legal career? As WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston found out, it takes more than talent.By (Meridee Duddleston).
Every year on Bloomsday, which falls on June 16th, the Rosenbach Museum and Library near Rittenhouse Square organizes more than 70 volunteers to read aloud James Joyce’s once-banned novel Ulysses . But, as WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston finds out, a full appreciation may require more than reading.By (Meridee Duddleston).
Sergei Rachmaninoff was so distressed by the negative reaction to the 1897 premiere of his first symphony, he stopped composing for nearly three years. What restored his confidence to compose his much-loved Piano Concerto No.2? WRTI’s Susan Lewis has the story.By (Susan Lewis).
Symphonies and concertos are composed to be performed in their entirety, but sometimes individual movements take on lives of their own. WRTI’s Susan Lewis considers the slow movement of Robert Schumann’s Violin Concerto with violinist Joshua Bell.By (Susan Lewis).
Edvard Grieg was just 24 when he wrote his only completed piano concerto in 1868. It's one of his greatest works, and launched his international career. WRTI’s Susan Lewis has more.By (Susan Lewis).
Malvern Hill Baptist Church
The Psalmist writes as one for whom God is his only friend, and yet he wrties as one who desires to procliam the love of God to others. He wants to make a difference and teach others. The Word of God makes us into God's image bearers who can shape others to be the same.Who are you leading?
Jeff Duperon is your Jazz Host Saturday and Sunday evenings on WRTI. He is drawn to public radio because of the community aspect, That connection to the community is important to Jeff Duperon and to WRTI. He says that is why WRTI has been connected with the Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest since it began. The Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest is strongly connec ...…
There aren't many concertos composed for timpani. But, as WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, Maurice Wright has written a work that celebrates the instrument and its often untapped range.By (Susan Lewis).
WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston considers a question of operatic proportion, with notable librettist Mark Campbell.By (Meridee Duddleston).
Eagle Church Messages
For 23 years, Jill Pasternak has been the voice of classical music on radio stations such as WHMT in Schenectady, NY, and WFLN and WRTI in Philadelphia, PA. Jill has also been the host and executive producer for the award winning show, “Crossover”, where for 18 years she interviewed legendary musicians from a wide range of musical genres. In th ...…
Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey
You must surely have heard some kind of background by now. Pieces of a Dream is LEGENDARY all over the world. How could we not know something about Cedric Napoleon, James Lloyd or Curtis Harmon - the nucleus of how the group started? James has been with us a few times on "Hybrid Jazz" - now it's time to get another view of the band's journey fr ...…
Let's face it - we've all been gaga over Pieces of a Dream for DECADES! So many of us bless the day that drummer Curtis Harmon and bassist Cedric Napoleon got together with our gifted guest: the amazing keyboardist, James Lloyd. If you can believe it, that was circa 1976! Teenagers in Philadelphia, this trio rocked the tri-state area. The name ...…
Florence Scovel Shinn has been an inpiration for so many years, Roberta and I just re-read all her works and will discuss her first book, THE GAME OF LIFE AND HOW TO PLAY IT. Ms. Shinn published her book in 1925 and the concepts she wrties about pre-date THE SECRET and go far beyond. Please join us for a full-hour discussion on the inspirationa ...…
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