Love. It smacks us in the head, simmers when it’s cooking, and smolders when it’s over. The music we associate with love does too. We asked WRTI hosts and reporters to give us their takes on the classical music and jazz that fuels the many emotions of love.
Are you an ecstatic fan of the Philadelphia Eagles? Heading to the big Super Bowl victory parade on Thursday? Well, we're celebrating, too...with our top 10 classical works that will leave you flying high!
Philadelphians have a lot of cheering to do these days, and not just about the Eagles—although we do love to do that! Nine artists from the area are nominated for 2018 Grammy Awards, or are named in connection with them. Here’s a rundown to get you ready for the ceremony. Most of the awards will be given out during a live stream broadcast Sunday afternoon between 3 pm and 6 pm. The rest are reserved for the CBS telecast at 7:30 pm.
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WRTI's Mark Pinto fills you in on the latest and greatest classical music recordings on (most) Saturdays at 5 pm on Classical New Releases. Here are his top 10 picks for 2017, not in any particular order. Take a look!
Why do we call so much of the orchestral music we hear classical music? WRTI’s Susan Lewis suggests that the masters of history’s classical period, from 1750 to the early 1800’s, may have branded the art form forever.
Listen to Jeffrey Siegel, pianist and host of the concert series Keyboard Conversations, talk with WRTI's Susan Lewis about the enduring power of the classics.