Curtis Institute of Music

The Sphinx Performance Academy is an intensive summer program in partnership with The Curtis Institute of Music for middle and high school-aged Black and Latino string players. A faculty string quartet visited WRTI to perform Jimenez's Curartet Virreinal and chat with WRTI's Susan Lewis.

Listen to Nashirah, the Jewish Chorale of Greater Philadelphia, preview their upcoming concert, "LOVE In Every Language," live from the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio. WRTI's Susan Lewis is host.

In advance of their upcoming recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music, cellist Chase Park and pianist Michael Davidman visit WRTI's Performance Studio on Friday, April 19th at 12:10 PM to play Beethoven's Sonata No. 4 in C major, and chat with WRTI's Susan Lewis.

Join us as Curtis Institute of Music students perform live from the WRTI Performance Studio. It's a preview of their Saturday, November 17th two-part recital at the Gould Rehearsal Hall in Lenfest Hall at 1616 Locust Street in Philadelphia.

Peter Miller

Hilary Hahn's love for J.S. Bach goes way back. She began learning solo sonatas and partitas when she was nine years old. And thanks to her teacher Jascha Brodsky at the Curtis Institute of Music, some solo Bach was at every lesson. 

Praised for their technique and "huge range of expression" (RBB Kulturradio, Berlin), violinist Judith Ingolfsson and pianist Vladimir Stoupel perform as a duo all over Europe and America. On October 30, 2018 they visited the WRTI Performance Studio and chatted with 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. 

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. 

Every year, Philadelphia-area residents have the chance to experience, for free, the talents of exceptional young student vocalists, instrumentalists, conductors, and composers from the Curtis Institute of Music  before they take the world by musical storm.

We had a sneak preview of the Curtis Institute’s final Schubertiade events, as Curtis students performed excerpts from Schubert's Trio in B-flat Major in D, LIVE from WRTI's Performance Studio on Thursday, February 15th at 12:10 p.m. WRTI's Jack Moore hosted. 


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