Live Broadcast

Alexander Bui was described in 2010 by America's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan as "the most naturally talented person" they'd heard all year.  Now embarking on a solo career, the pianist performed LIVE from the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio and chatted with WRTI's Susan Lewis on Tuesday, July 17th.


The Carlock-Combet Duo, featuring violinist Giuillaume Combet and pianist Sandra Carlock, performed several French violin sonatas, including works by Poulenc, Franck, and Saint-Saëns, live from the WRTI Performance Studio on April 6, 2018. WRTI's Jack Moore was host. 

Violist Martha Mooke has electrified audiences with her innovative performances and compositions that transcend musical genres. Listen to her perform a variety of works for electric viola live on WRTI 90.1, with host Susan Lewis.

Kaupo Kikkas

Listen to a live performance, recorded on Friday, March 9, featuring the young American pianist Henry Kramer performing works by Robert Schumann and Maurice Ravel. A Maine native, Henry’s playing has been lauded as “triumphant” and “thrilling” by The New York Times. 

Our celebration of the 165th anniversary of Steinway & Sons pianos concludes on Monday, March 5th with a live in-studio performance by the Russian-born pianist Igor Resnianski. Kevin Gordon is host.

Join us for the fifth live broadcast in our series celebrating the 165th anniversary of Steinway & Sons pianos, featuring Steinway artist Charles Abramovic. WRTI's Kevin Gordon is host. 

Chris Lee

Join us for the third live broadcast in our series celebrating the 165th anniversary of Steinway & Sons pianos, featuring Steinway artist Meng-Chieh Liu on February 28th at 12:10 pm. Meng-Chieh plays Schumann’s Eintritt from Waldszenen, Messiaen’s “Le Baiser de l’enfant Jesus," and Rachmaninoff's Polka de W.R. WRTI's Kevin Gordon is host. 

Join us for the second live broadcast in our series celebrating the 165th anniversary of Steinway & Sons pianos, featuring the Greek pianist Maria Asteriadou and her husband, violin soloist and concertmaster of the New York City Ballet Orchestra Kurt Nikkanen. WRTI's Kevin Gordon is host. 

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