Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

Works by J.S. Bach, Gabriel Fauré, Jean-Philippe Rameau, and Johann Nepomuk Hummel are on the program for the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia's broadcast on WRTI 90.1, Sunday, May 20th from 5 to 6 pm. 

Join us for another broadcast in the Improvisionaries season of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Highlights from two of this season’s Chamber Orchestra concerts will be heard in the orchestra’s monthly broadcast, hosted by Jack Moore.

We’ll hear highlights from this season’s Improvisionaries series with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Sunday at 5 PM on WRTI 90.1.

Get a drink, grab a seat up close, and settle in for an interactive performance as members of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia play in the round. WRTI 90.1 Jazz Host Bob Craig will be on the scene for Beyond Bebop: Jazz, Classical and the Third Stream.

On Tuesday, January 9th at noon, a trio from the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia performed Robert Schumann’s Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, Movement 3, and Schumann’s Adagio and Allegro for Viola and Piano Live on WRTI 90.1.

The month's broadcast of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia features an appearance by prominent Philadelphia flutist Mimi Stillman, who appeared with the ensemble earlier this month playing Mozart and Piazzolla. 

Join us on Sunday, November 19th from 5 to 6 pm for our monthly broadcast of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. This month you'll hear two centuries of works, ranging from Haydn to Malcolm Arnold.

What a treat we had on November 2nd when pianist Charlie Albright stopped by to perform LIVE on WRTI 90.1 a little after 3 pm. WRTI Classical Host Jack Moore asked Charlie a few questions about his All-Beethoven concerts coming up with The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia on Sunday, November 5th at 2:30 pm, and Monday, November 7th at 7:30 pm at the Kimmel Center.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art; Bequest of Charles C. Willis, 1956

This week’s solar eclipse has a lot of people thinking about outer space. In his new composition, written for the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Dirk Brossé uses the “spacey” sounds of an unusual instrument to depict an important encounter that took place on Earth -- not far from WRTI. 

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