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Schumann, Mork, Sawallisch and The Philadelphia Orchestra on WRTI, Feb 16 at 1 PM

Cellist Truls Mork

This Sunday at 1 pm, it's a Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert archival broadcast celebrating the legacy of the Orchestra’s late conductor laureate, Wolfgang Sawallisch, and featuring Norwegian cellist Truls Mork.

In this concert, recorded in 2002 at Verizon Hall, Mork will play the Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor. Also on the program, the Manfred Overture, and the Symphony No. 4 – all Schumann, and conducted by Maestro Sawallisch in memorable performances just a few years before his last appearance with the Philadelphians.

During intermission, Susan Lewis speaks with a number of Philadelphia Orchestra musicians; their memories of performing with Maestro Sawallisch are very touching.

That's this Sunday, February 16th, from 1 to 3 pm on WRTI. Gregg Whiteside is producer and host.

WRTI's Susan Lewis speaks with orchestra musicians about Wolfgang Sawallisch.


Robert Schumann: Manfred Overture

Robert Schumann: Cello Concerto in a Minor

Robert Schumann: Symphony No.  4

Conductor, Wolfgang Sawallisch

Cellist, Truls Mork

***Next Sunday, February 23rd at 2 pm, it's aLIVE Philadelphia Orchestra broadcast from the Kimmel Center with Yannick Nezet-Seguin, cellist Johannes Moser, and the Philadelphians in a program featuring Beethoven, Shostakovich, and Strauss.If you'd like ticket Information, it's here!

Gregg was the host of WRTI's morning drive show from 2012 until his retirement from WRTI in January, 2021. He began producing and hosting The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert broadcasts in 2013, joining the Orchestra in Hong Kong for the first-ever live international radio broadcasts from that island in 2016, and in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for two historic broadcasts in 2018. You can still hear Gregg as host of the Orchestra broadcasts every Sunday and Monday on WRTI.