Crossover
2:50 pm
Sat September 16, 2006

Pinchas Zukerman, conductor, violinist, violist

Jill welcomes the great violinist Pinchas Zukerman.

Creatively Speaking
12:23 pm
Sat September 16, 2006

The 3rd Street Art Gallery

We look at a show where anonymous personal confessions collected in drop boxes on the street, are displayed at the 3rd Street art gallery in old city Philadelphia; Jason Peifer visits People's Light & Theater Company in Malvern, PA as they open Moliere's last play, The Imaginary Invalid; Susan Lewis previews "Look Again," a new exhibition at the Rosenbach Museum and Library exploring African American history as integral to American history.

Crossover
12:49 pm
Sat September 9, 2006

Santa Fe Opera & Chamber Music Festival Desiree Mays, Steve Ovitzsky

Musical highlights of the WRTI Travel Club trip to New Mexico, including interviews from the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.

Creatively Speaking
11:56 am
Sat September 9, 2006

The Brandywine River Museum

This week, we look ahead to a new exhibition at the Brandywine River Museum. Factory Work examines the relationship between Pop artist Andy Warhol and realist painter Jamie Wyeth and graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Jason Peifer speaks with the composer of "Windy City," the first show of the Walnut Street Theater's new season; Susan Lewis looks back on two weeks accompanying the Philadelphia Orchestra on its recent tour of Europe's summer music festivals.

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Crossover
1:01 pm
Sat September 2, 2006

Harrison Ridley, Jr., WRTI Jazz Host

Harrison Ridley, Jr. (1939 - 2009)

All weekend long, WRTI celebrates Harrison Ridley, Jr.'s 30th Anniversary at the station. Harrison will be Jill Pasternak's special guest on Crossover, spending some time on the other side of the microphone.

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Creatively Speaking
11:45 am
Sat September 2, 2006

Bryant Simon

As the summer season comes to a close, we pay a final visit to the Jersey shore. We'll speak with Temple University history professor Bryant Simon. He's the author of Boardwalk of Dreams - Atlantic City and the Fate of Urban America. Susan Lewis explores a movement to preserve the so-called DooWop Architecture in Wildwood. We visit Lucy the Elephant in Margate, and Jason Peifer explores Cape May's vibrant theater scene.

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Crossover
4:17 pm
Sat August 26, 2006

Trudy Pitts, piano, organ

CROSSOVER with Jill Pasternak

Creatively Speaking
1:08 pm
Sat August 26, 2006

The 2006 Philadelphia Live Arts and Fringe Festival

On this week's Creatively Speaking! with Jim Cotter, we look ahead to the 2006 Philadelphia Live Arts and Fringe Festival and speak with co-founder and Producing Director Nick Stuccio. Jason Peifer previews a comedy of manners called P's & Q's. Its creators spent time at a school of protocol and etiquette in South Carolina; the piece will be performed at the Ethical Society in Rittenhouse Square.

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Crossover
12:42 pm
Sat August 26, 2006

Blanche Burton Lyles, piano, President Marion Anderson Historical Society

CROSSOVER with Jill Pasternak

Crossover
11:23 am
Sat August 19, 2006

Jason Vieaux, guitar

NOTE: This show originally aired on April 8, 2006.

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