Daniel Barenboim http://wrti.org en What Are You Doing New Year's Day? http://wrti.org/post/what-are-you-doing-new-years-day <p>WRTI wishes you a happy, healthy, and peaceful 2014! Join us on New Year's Day at 11 am for the 74th annual <strong>Vienna Philharmonic concert broadcast from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna.</strong> Daniel Barenboim conducts works by the Strauss family including Eduard Strauss, Josef Strauss, Johann Strauss, sen., Johann Strauss, Jr., Josef Hellmesberger, Jr., Richard Strauss, Joseph Lanner, and Leo Delibes. <strong>Wednesday, January 1, 11 am</strong> <strong>on WRTI. </strong></p><p>http://youtu.be/iDnR3vRk1aU</p> Mon, 30 Dec 2013 12:42:48 +0000 WRTI Staff 6854 at http://wrti.org What Are You Doing New Year's Day? Live Webcast on WRTI.org: Daniel Barenboim & The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Jan. 29 at 8 pm http://wrti.org/post/live-webcast-wrtiorg-daniel-barenboim-west-eastern-divan-orchestra-jan-29-8-pm <p>Don't miss what promises to be a fabulous concert brought to you live from the intimate Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. Founded by Daniel Barenboim and Edward W. Said in 1999, the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra brings together young musicians from Israel, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt – joined by a number of musicians from Iran, Turkey and Spain – to perform music and promote mutual understanding, non-violence and reconciliation.</p><p><strong>This will be a live webcast, right here on WRTI.org, on Tuesday, January 29th at 8 pm.</strong> Join us!</p> Mon, 14 Jan 2013 13:37:26 +0000 5008 at http://wrti.org Live Webcast on WRTI.org: Daniel Barenboim & The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Jan. 29 at 8 pm Beethoven's Ninth Opening the London Olympics: July 29 at 3 pm on ENCORE! http://wrti.org/post/beethovens-ninth-opening-london-olympics-july-29-3-pm-encore <p>Daniel Barenboim conducts Beethoven&#39;s Ninth to launch the 2012 Olympics...and you&#39;ll hear the entire concert on WRTI!</p> Mon, 23 Jul 2012 19:05:33 +0000 Jack Moore 4186 at http://wrti.org Beethoven's Ninth Opening the London Olympics: July 29 at 3 pm on ENCORE! Beethoven — For A Buck http://wrti.org/post/beethoven-buck To own all the piano sonatas <a href="http://www.npr.org/artists/15232481/ludwig-van-beethoven" target="_blank">Beethoven</a> wrote, you used to have to buy at least 10 CDs and spend $50, $75, $100 — or more.<p>What if I told you that you could get them for less than $10? That's about $1 per hour of music.<p>That's right — the "Moonlight," "Appassionata," "Waldstein" and all your other favorites, for just $9.99!<p>This isn't a late-night sonic ShamWow offer, or a compilation from some no-name company of hazy legality. Mon, 16 Jul 2012 18:08:00 +0000 NPR Music 4156 at http://wrti.org Beethoven — For A Buck Pianist-Conductor Daniel Barenboim http://wrti.org/post/pianist-conductor-daniel-barenboim <p>World-renowned Israeli pianist-conductor Daniel Barenboim is Jill Pasternak's guest this week on Crossover. One of the most versatile pianists of his generation, Barenboim has collaborated with violinists Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman, as well as his late wife, British cellist Jacqueline du Pr?. In January 2008, his virtuosic musicianship was recognized with a Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal, one of the most prestigious honors in classical music. </p> <p>Barenboim will be in Philadelphia on December 8th performing a rare all-Liszt piano recital at the Kimmel Center.</p> Sat, 29 Nov 2008 15:24:00 +0000 Jill Pasternak 2053 at http://wrti.org Pianist-Conductor Daniel Barenboim Daniel Barenboim http://wrti.org/post/daniel-barenboim <p>This week, a conversation with Daniel Barenboim. The legendary pianist and conductor brings the Berlin Staatskapelle to the Kimmel Center next week. Philadelphia Daily News arts writer Tom Di Nardo takes a look at the latest Peter Nero and the Philly Pops concert series and talks about the state of 'Pops' music. In light of Philadelphia Mayor John Street's $65 million bond proposal for the arts, Albert Stumm examines where funding for arts and culture now lies among the city's priorities. We take a look at a new exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts featuring the art of another creative Center: Chicago. And in our regular look inside the CultureFiles section at GoPhila.com. Susan Lewis explores Historic Yellow Springs.</p> Sat, 04 Feb 2006 17:22:00 +0000 Jim Cotter & Susan Lewis & Tom Di Nardo & Albert Stumm 1717 at http://wrti.org