Pablo Picasso http://wrti.org en Charles Dutoit--Shofuso--Picasso & the Avant-Garde--Pianists at the Reading Terminal Market http://wrti.org/post/charles-dutoit-shofuso-picasso-avant-garde-pianists-reading-terminal-market <p>Jim Cotter speaks with The Philadelphia Orchestra's Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit.</p> <p>Ahead of the start of Philadelphia's annual Cherry Blossom Festival, Tom Keels takes us to Shofuso, the Japanese House and Garden in Fairmount Park.</p> <p>Susan Lewis explores the Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibition, <i>Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris.</i></p> <p>David Patrick Stearns profiles the very talented pianists who perform daily at Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market.</p> Thu, 01 Apr 2010 13:04:00 +0000 Jim Cotter, Susan Lewis & David Patrick Stearns & Tom Keels 2326 at http://wrti.org Charles Dutoit--Shofuso--Picasso & the Avant-Garde--Pianists at the Reading Terminal Market Picasso and the Avant Garde in Paris: PMA Puts Modern Master in Context http://wrti.org/post/picasso-and-avant-garde-paris-pma-puts-modern-master-context <p>In his over 90 years, Pablo Picasso created thousands of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, drawings, and prints, and became one of the most-recognized artists of the 20th century. On this week's News and Views, Susan Lewis looks at how an exhibition - now at the Philadelphia Museum of Art until April 25, 2010 - puts this modern master in context.</p> Mon, 22 Mar 2010 15:15:54 +0000 Susan Lewis 3317 at http://wrti.org Picasso and the Avant Garde in Paris: PMA Puts Modern Master in Context Picasso and the Avant-Garde--Avenging Angel of the Organ World Cameron Carpenter--Wicked Phila. http://wrti.org/post/picasso-and-avant-garde-avenging-angel-organ-world-cameron-carpenter-wicked-phila <p>Susan Lewis explores the Philadelphia Museum of Art's new exhibition, <i>Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris</i>.</p> <p>Cameron Carpenter fancies himself as the avenging angel of the organ world. He dresses in white - with rhinestones. He plays with a phenomenal technique. And he wants to change everything. David Patrick Stearns looks ahead to his upcoming concert at the Kimmel Center.</p> <p>And in the latest installation in our <i>Wicked Philadelphia</i> series, Tom Keels explains how the City of Brotherly Love was a hot bed for the "world's oldest profession" during the 18th and 19th centuries.</p> Fri, 26 Feb 2010 20:18:00 +0000 Susan Lewis & David Patrick Stearns & Tom Keels 2306 at http://wrti.org Picasso and the Avant-Garde--Avenging Angel of the Organ World Cameron Carpenter--Wicked Phila.