Let Your Voice Be Heard - in our Live, Online Poll
Sunday, October 10
3 to 5 pm
Today you're in the judge's seat! You're invited to choose your favorite operatic singer from the Academy of Vocal Arts' popular Giargiari Bel Canto operatic competition. Jim Cotter hosts the broadcast and interviews last year's winner, mezzo-soprano Margaret Mezzacappa. The winner of the online poll will be announced on the air following the broadcast.
Jim Cotter speaks with landscape architect Kim Wilkie. He's the designer of Longwood Gardens' new East Conservatory Plaza, featuring the first terraced lawn in the United States and the largest indoor green wall in North America.
Jane Pepper explores The Threepenny Opera. The Arden Theatre presents its production of the classic 1920s-era Brecht and Weill musical through November 7, 2010.
Susan Lewis considers different approaches to environmental art, with a visit to the Schuylkill Center in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia.
Susan Lewis considers DRACULA by Bram Stoker, whose notes for the famous novel live on at the Rosenbach Museum and Library. A Dracula Exhibition and Festival are taking place through October at the Rosenbach in Center City, Philadelphia.
Often overrun by foreign powers in its thousand-year history, Poland engenders pride in people of Polish descent around the world. October is Polish American Heritage Month, and we take a look at Mieczysław Karłowicz as a representative of the hope and turmoil in the history of this country.
Jill interviews pianist, recording artist, and composer Leon Bates as he gets set to kick off the inaugural season of performances at the newly restored Baptist Temple, on the campus of Temple University.
WRTI Member Sally Eisenberg: Why She Supports the Music
Center City, Philadelphia resident Sally Eisenberg is a pianist, a holistic health counselor, a multi-media artist, and an outdoors enthusiast who loves taking walks with her family. Sally's also an avid listener of WRTI.