Programs A-Z

  • Join us every Saturday throughout the year for opera broadcasts from some of the most well-known and beloved opera companies in America. The list includes live broadcasts of The Metropolitan Opera's entire Saturday Matinee season, and recorded...

  • Warren Cooper and I. Robin Booker host a perfectly delightful three hours filled with gospel music that comes from the soul and uplifts the spirit.

  • The musicians were your hosts for Philadelphia Music Makers, a unique 31-episode series that brought you up close to instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers throughout the Philadelphia region. It aired on WRTI...

  • Manfred Honeck conducts the esteemed Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra from Heinz Hall.

  • The piano music by Sergei Rachmaninoff and Igor Stravinsky was recorded in live performances by Alexander Toradze and members of the Toradze Piano Studio.   Alec Baldwin is your host with commentary by Stravinsky, Alexander Toradze, Valery...

  • The San Francisco Symphony has grown in stature and acclaim under such distinguished music directors as Henry Hadley, Alfred Hertz, the legendary Pierre Monteux, Josef Krips, Seiji Ozawa, Edo de Waart and Herbert Blomstedt, who continues as...

  • The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival - among the oldest in the nation and considered among the world's preeminent such festivals - is renowned for its innovative spirit, inspirational performances, and commitment to artistic excellence.

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  • Treat yourself to a delightful variety of classical music every Saturday morning with host Debra Lew Harder. You'll hear works encompassing a wide range of time periods and instrumentation— from the Renaissance to new American classical music...

  • Jeff Duperon hosts a hard-driving, three-hour romp combining today's movers-and-shakers in jazz with the classic and familiar.

  • Every Sunday afternoon we bring you outstanding recorded concerts from the New York Philharmonic, periodic broadcasts from Symphony in C and the Academy of Vocal Arts, and other must-hear special broadcasts from the Kimmel Center.

  • WRTI presents a variety of classical music programming every Sunday from 5 to 6 pm. On the third Sunday of each month, you'll hear APPLAUSE: The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia radio broadcast series. Host Dave Conant brings you the best from...

  • Join us for an exploration of the American treasure we all know as jazz - great sounds from great artists, featuring music by the masters as well as those who are new on the scene.

  • "B.P. with the G.M." (Bob Perkins with the Good Music) brings his swinging weeknight approach to Sunday brunch time. Four hours of genuine jazz will put a smile on your face and make you a regular listener.

  • Wind down your weekend with Jeff Duperon as he brings you new, creative interpretations of your favorite jazz standards.  You'll enjoy fresh arrangements and orchestrations, like a Big Band version of a Monk tune, or a young vocalist bringing...

  • Listen to concert broadcasts of Symphony in C, formerly The Haddonfield Symphony, on WRTI each month.

    The ensemble is one of three professional training...

  • SymphonyCast is a two-hour weekly radio program featuring a full-length concert by a national or international symphony orchestra. Concerts are drawn from Europe's leading ensembles, along with U.S. orchestras, including the Los Angeles...

  • The Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia is one of the world's premier institutions for training young artists as international opera soloists. Through rigorous...

  • J. Michael Harrison presents his award-winning blend of jazz that takes you from the mainstream to the edge of the art. Rarely heard artists are played with regularity, as is a dash of jazz poetry.

  • Franz Welser-Möst is music director of The Cleveland Orchestra, one of the most acclaimed performing ensembles in the world.  In...

  • Your jazz requests are on WRTI every Wednesday night on The Jazz Request Show, now at a new time, 9 pm to midnight. How does it work? Make your request in the form below during the week—anytime before Wednesday at 8 pm. We'll do our...

  • Join us on Sunday afternoons and Monday evenings to hear the Philadelphia Orchestra in live, recorded concerts from Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center.

    The ensemble has a long and venerable history of radio broadcasts, as the first...

  • Listen to recorded concerts of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra (PYO) on WRTI. Maestro Louis Scaglione conducts. The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra is a premier youth orchestra organization for gifted, young, classical musicians, and one of the...

  • The Score with Edmund Stone is a weekly celebration of symphonic music in film - a fascinating cultural adventure through one of America's best-loved art forms.

    With timely box office tie-ins, carefully crafted talk-sets,...

  • Dr. Jean Moore's show explored current topics of interest with experts from Temple University and the Philadelphia region. The final broadcast of the show aired in September, 2012.

  • Swing along and sing along with Bob Craig as he brings you the jazz standards from the great American songbook that you know and love!

  • Listen to recordings by Peter Richard Conte, Macy's Grand Court organist, from Macy's in downtown Philadelphia. The Wanamaker Organ Hour is produced with the cooperation of the Friends of...

  • Listen each week for the curiously strange and offbeat potpourri of music, wit, and convivial companionship brought to you by host Robert Conrad.

  • A curiously offbeat potpourri of music, wit, and convivial companionship, Weekend Radio skillfully mixes classical music and crossover selections with humorous bits, the latter drawing on comedy albums that date back to the late '50s.<...

  • The Jazz Hot 11 is a weekly countdown of your favorite new jazz releases in rotation.

    WRTI is proud to champion up-and-coming musicians. We also love to give you exactly what you want to hear.  This is how we came up with the listener...

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