Crossover

Saturday, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Join Jill Pasternak every Saturday for her weekly interview show spotlighting notable music and musicians from the classical and jazz worlds - and the periphery as well!  Totally un-scripted and spontaneous, Crossover sounds like nothing else on the dial -- more like friends chatting over coffee than a broadcast interview.

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April 06, 2013

11:30 AM
Ronde Des Lutins (Dance of the Goblins) (rec. pre-1915/ Brunswick: 15022-A)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : The Definitive Collection of the 19th Century's Greatest Virtuosos
Composer : Bazzini
Label : Innovative Remaster Record
11:35 AM
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G, Op. 78: I. Vivace ma non troppo
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Huberman In Recital: New York, 1936-1944
Composer : Brahms
Label : Arbiter
11:45 AM
Symphonie Espagnole For Violin And Orchestra In D Minor, Op. 21: IV. Rondò
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Bronislaw Huberman Plays Bach, Tchaikovsky & Lalo
Composer : Lalo
Label : Mangora Classical
11:55 AM
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: I am the very model of a modern Major-General (Major-General, Girls, Pirates)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance
Composer : Gilbert & Sullivan
Label : EMI
12:10 PM
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty) (1987 - Remaster), Act II: With cat-like tread (Pirates, Policemen, Samuel)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance
Composer : Gilbert & Sullivan
Label : EMI

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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.

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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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4:17 pm
Sat August 26, 2006

Trudy Pitts, piano, organ

CROSSOVER with Jill Pasternak

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12:42 pm
Sat August 26, 2006

Blanche Burton Lyles, piano, President Marion Anderson Historical Society

CROSSOVER with Jill Pasternak

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11:23 am
Sat August 19, 2006

Jason Vieaux, guitar

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

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11:08 am
Sat August 12, 2006

Brian Trainor, pianist (encore presentation from November 1998)

This week it's a tribute to late jazz great, Brian Trainor. Jill had arranged to interview Trainor recently, but his untimely passing left the interview session unfilled. Jill last visited with Trainor several years ago, and we'll hear an update of that interview, and of course, lots of music from Brian Trainor.

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11:11 am
Sat August 5, 2006

David Leopold, Curator

This week on Crossover, a walk down memory lane with Jill, and David Leopold, curator of the exhibit Show Business: Irving Berlin's Hollywood, on view at the Michener Museum in Doylestown. The exhibit features rare film clips, photos, posters and memorabilia spanning the incredible career of one of the great American songwriters, Irving Berlin. The exhibit runs thru September 3rd at the Michener.

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10:58 am
Sat July 22, 2006

ADVENTURE AQUARIUM Greg Charboneau, Executive Director

Jill explores the kingdom under the sea with Executive Director of Adventure Aquarium on the Camden waterfront, Greg Charbineau. He has often said that he would like to put music to the movements of the many aquatic animals housed there, and that's what we've done on this week's Crossover!

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12:21 pm
Sat July 15, 2006

Zuill Bailey, cello

Cellist Zuill Bailey visits Jill this week. A notable artist, he has just completed recording the entire collection of Beethoven sonatas with pianist Simone Dinnerstein, under the auspices of the classical recording foundation, from which he won the Samuel Sanders Award. He is a sought-after and active soloist and chamber player, balancing a heavy touring schedule in concerts, and on radio and TV. He'll be appearing at Carnegie Hall this fall, with Ms. Dinnerstein.

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4:13 pm
Sat July 8, 2006

The Five Browns, pianists

This week, Jill chats with The 5 Browns, a quintet of unabashedly happy siblings, all concert pianists, and all graduates of the Juilliard School of Music. Their refreshing demeanor and joy in performing together the music that they love, has swept the nation and introduced scores of young people to the wonders of classical music.

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