If you haven’t yet heard the resonant, rich sound of the solo double bass in concert, now’s your chance. On Friday, January 26th at noon, the superb, young double bass soloist and composer Xavier Foley will play LIVE from WRTI 90.1’s performance studio.
Musicians from the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia LIVE from the WRTI 90.1 performance studio on Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
On Tuesday, January 9th at noon, a trio from the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia performed Robert Schumann’s Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, Movement 3, and Schumann’s Adagio and Allegro for Viola and Piano Live on WRTI 90.1.
Listen to this performance of the Wissahickon H.S. Camerata directed by John Conahan. This concert was a LIVE broadcast on WRTI 90.1, Tuesday, Dec. 12th, 2017.
Listen to this live broadcast recorded on December 12th—WRTI Classical Host Gregg Whiteside introduces The Wissahickon High School Camerata Choirin their radio debut. The 35-member ensemble sings a festive program of holiday music and other lovely songs, under the direction of John Conahan, who also happens to be a composer of choral music!
Listen to the broadcast recorded live on December 8, 2017.
Listen to Project Fusion, a dynamic young saxophone quartet, when they chatted with Classical Coffeehouse Host Debra Lew Harder and performed LIVE on WRTI. A winner of Astral's 2015 National Auditions, Project Fusion has captured top prizes in prestigious chamber music competitions; the ensemble's concerts have been described as “joyful celebrations.”
Astral musicians LIVE in the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio on Thursday, October 19th featuring violinist Nikki Chooi and pianist Sejoon Park.
Something special happened on WRTI 90.1 on Thursday, October 19th! We hosted on the air, two amazingly talented young musicians from ASTRAL, a Philadelphia-based mentoring program that specializes in developing the early careers of extraordinary classical artists.
Join WRTI as we broadcast live—for the first time ever—from our performance studio this Friday, March 3rd at 5:30 pm, to help celebrate the 164th Anniversary of Steinway & Sons. WRTI and Jacobs Music present classical and jazz Steinway Artists on the WRTI Steinway Spirio piano, live on the radio! First up is Temple University faculty member Ching-Yun Hu in a LIVE, ALL-RACHMANINOFF performance. Kevin Gordon hosts.