Sunday Afternoon Concert
1:05 pm
Fri March 26, 2010

New York Philharmonic: Works by Rachmaninoff, Berlioz, Tchaikovsky

Pianist Vladimir Feltsman


Sunday, March 28

3 to 5 pm

New York Philharmonic

Conducted by Bramwell Tovey

Vladimir Feltsman, pianist

Program:

Berlioz: Le Corsaire Overture

Saint-Saens: Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah

Khachaturian: Three pieces from Gayane

Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on Theme of Paganini

Tchaikovsky: Polonaise from Eugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture

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News and Views
11:15 am
Mon March 22, 2010

Picasso and the Avant Garde in Paris: PMA Puts Modern Master in Context

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Crossover
2:24 pm
Sat March 20, 2010

Maestro Michael Tilson Thomas

Join Jill Pasternak for a conversation with Michael Tilson Thomas, music director of the San Francisco Symphony.

Creatively Speaking
11:33 am
Sat March 20, 2010

Vladimir Jurowski--Kathleen Turner in RED HOT PATRIOT--The Most Loyal Classical Music Audience

Maestro Vladimir Jurowski

Jim Cotter speaks with Maestro Vladimir Jurowski. He conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra in concerts at the Kimmel Center during the week of March 22, 2010.

Susan Lewis looks at the Philadelphia Theater Company's new one-woman show about the late political columnist, Molly Ivins. Red Hot Patriot stars Kathleen Turner, and opens on March 19th at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre.

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Piano Jazz
10:49 am
Fri March 19, 2010

Jimmy McPartland On Piano Jazz

Jimmy McPartland.
Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Images

Piano Jazz celebrates the late, great Jimmy McPartland: early jazz cornetist, singer, and the husband and mentor of host Marian McPartland. This week's program features highlights from Jimmy McPartland's 1990 guest appearance on Piano Jazz, and a centennial celebration of his birth from the 2007 JVC Jazz Festival.

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News and Views
11:01 am
Mon March 15, 2010

A Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Sodas? It's Being Proposed in Philadelphia

A Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Sodas? It's Being Proposed in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter wants to raise revenue and combat obesity with a tax on soft drinks containing sugar. On this week's News and Views, WRTI's Jim Hilgen examines the Mayor's proposal, and its implications for the city and its residents.

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Creatively Speaking
11:52 am
Sat March 13, 2010

Chopin and Ballet--Curtis Opera Theatre's Antony and Cleopatra--Philadelphia on Stone

Susan Lewis considers why Chopin's music appeals to ballet choreographers, as Pennsylvania Ballet stages a trio of works on March 13 and 14, 2010 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the 19th-century composer's birth.

As part of celebrations of Samuel Barber's centenary, David Patrick Stearns looks ahead to performances of Antony and Cleopatra by the Curtis Opera Theatre.

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Crossover
11:44 am
Sat March 13, 2010

Samuel Barber Tribute Part 2

Samuel Barber

Join Jill Pasternak and special guests for a centennial tribute to West Chester, Pennsylvania native Samuel Barber. In Part 2 of a series, this week's program features faculty artists from West Chester University's College of Visual & Performing Arts. Guests include Randall Scarlatta, baritone, Carl Cranmer, pianist, and Ovidiu Marinescu, cellist and conductor.

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Sunday Afternoon Concert
11:35 am
Thu March 11, 2010

Academy of Vocal Arts on WRTI: <i>Jubilate!</i>


Sunday Afternoon Concert: 3 to 6 pm

Sunday, March 14


Jubilate!

Sacred Music and Oratorio Masterpieces

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WRTI Spotlight
2:37 pm
Wed March 10, 2010

Nat King Cole Celebration on WRTI HD-2


Voices In Jazz

Sunday, March 14

On WRTI HD-2 and the All-Jazz Stream at wrti.org

3 to 6 pm


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