An ensemble of teenage boys from the award-winning Keystone State Boychoir sang live from the WRTI Performance Studio on June 25th, 2019, and KSB Artistic Director Steve Fisher discussed the history of the choir and its future. WRTI's Kevin Gordon, host.

The choral ensemble Craft Works Music visited WRTI 90.1 on Wednesday, May 22nd at 12:10 PM to sing highlights from upcoming concerts based on Walt Whitman's poetry, in honor of his 200th birthday. They also talked with WRTI's Susan Lewis about Whitman's legacy.

May 13, 2019. Himmelsmusik, German for “heavenly music," is the latest project of Austrian theorbo player Christina Pluhar and her early-music ensemble L’Arpeggiata, based in France.

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.

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The delightful ladies of DivaNation Philly have been singing together for over five years throughout the Philadelphia region. Several members of the collective recently joined Jazz Host J. Michael Harrison live in the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio to present a preview of "Vibing for Spring"—their upcoming March 9th performance at the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts.

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November 19, 2018. Here’s something to crow about — a new album released by the renowned male à cappella group Chanticleer. Out from Parlophone/Warner just in time for the holidays, and to celebrate Chanticleer’s 40th anniversary, Then and There, Here and Now is a delightful offering of music from the Renaissance (“then”) to the contemporary (“now.”)


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.