Richard Woodhams

WRTI Spotlight
4:54 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Mahler's 4th Symphony, Christiane Karg, Richard Woodhams: The Philadelphia Orchestra on WRTI

Soprano Christiane Karg

You won't want to miss the optimism and sunshine of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4, drawing much of its balance and influence from the Classical era, this Sunday, November 17 at 1 pm. It's the Philadelphians in a performance from October in Verizon Hall.

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Creatively Speaking
10:12 am
Mon November 11, 2013

The Strauss Oboe Concerto and Its Philadelphia Connection

Oboist Richard Woodhams

This Sunday’s broadcast of The Philadelphia Orchestra, on November 17th at 1 pm, features a celebrated oboe concerto by Richard Strauss. As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, the 1945 work has a Philadelphia connection.

The concert features Mahler's 4th Symphony, Britten's Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell, and the Strauss Oboe Concerto with soloist Richard Woodhams.

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Creatively Speaking
7:19 pm
Sat October 5, 2013

Oboist as Musician AND Master Craftsman!

Oboist Richard Woodhams

A top-tier oboist is not only musically gifted, but also a skilled craftsman. As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, the sound of the instrument relies on a sliver of wood, usually made by the player himself.

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The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert
8:06 am
Sun August 11, 2013

It's All Bach With Nicholas McGegan And The Philadelphia Orchestra: August 11, 2 PM

First Associate Concertmaster Juliette Kang
Amanda Hall Studios

Virtuosic soloists from The Philadelphia Orchestra will be featured in five sparkling and propulsive works by J.S. Bach this Sunday. The performance is further enhanced by Baroque specialist Nicholas McGegan, who brought a fresh and animated approach to these familiar masterworks when the performances took place at Verizon Hall back in mid-April.

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Creatively Speaking
9:16 pm
Sun May 12, 2013

The Mystery and Allure of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos

J. S. Bach (1685—1750)

Today, J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos are among the most popular pieces from the Baroque era. WRTI’s Susan Lewis explores the mystery in the story of the famous concertos.   

On Sunday, May 19th, WRTI will broadcast The Philadelphia Orchestra performing three of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, his Double Violin Concerto, and his Orchestral Suite No. 3.

Listen to Susan’s interview with Temple University Music Professor Steven Zohn about the mystery and ongoing appeal of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos.