WRTI Performance Studio

Listen to recordings of live broadcasts from the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio, featuring exceptionally talented artists from the Philadelphia region and beyond.

Vanessa Briceno-Scherzer

The critically acclaimed Dalí Quartet brought the excitement of its signature mix of Latin American and European classical and romantic music to the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.  They performed LIVE and chatted with WRTI’s Susan Lewis. 


Acclaimed as a brilliant and soulful fiddler and composer—combining bluegrass, folk, jazz, and classical—violinist Mark O’Connor played LIVE on WRTI 90.1 on May 18, 2018, accompanied by pianist Debra Lew Harder and hosted by WRTI’s Susan Lewis.

Musicians who are all faculty members of the Curtis Institute of Music's Summerfest performed Mendelssohn’s Trio in D minor for flute, cello, and piano live on WRTI 90.1 on May 16, 2018. Jack Moore hosted the broadcast. 

Amanda Stevenson

Susanna-Drescher

Hailed as “radiant” by The New York Times and “ethereal" by Newsweek Polska, the award-winning early music ensemble Peregrina, from Basel, Switzerland, will perform on WRTI in advance of upcoming concerts with Piffaro, the Renaissance Band. 


Hailed as “exciting and exacting” (L.A. Times), the genre-bending and stylish Ahn Trio plays contemporary music written for, or arranged, by them, and talk with Debra Lew Harder about their innovative collaborations with composers and dancers, including their Philadelphia appearance with the Nai Ni Chen Dance Company, A Quest for Freedom, for the NextMove Dance Series at the Prince Theater in Philadelphia, April 19-22. 

Live from the WRTI Performance Studio, it's members of the Marinus Ensemble, with a sneak preview of their upcoming concert. WRTI's Jack Moore is host. The Marinus Ensemble is a flexible chamber music group, and in this configuration is made up entirely of Curtis Institute of Music alumni. 

The first book printed in North America was a book of psalms; they were brought to life by a vocal quartet and musicology graduate student Emma Schnell Barnaby in a lunchtime performance and conversation with WRTI's Susan Lewis on Tuesday, March 20th. Check out their concert at the Rosenbach Museum and Library on April 19th at 6 pm. 

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