WRTI Spotlight

WRTI Spotlight
4:32 pm
Thu November 25, 2010

Hanukkah on WRTI: Celebrate the Festival of Lights!


The Western Wind Vocal Ensemble: Chanukah in Story and Song

Saturday, December 4 at 11:30 am on WRTI-FM

Featuring Ladino songs, Yiddish melodies, modern Israeli tunes, and more. Narrated by Leonard Nimoy.

Handel: Judas Maccabaeus

Saturday, December 4 at 8 pm on WRTI HD-2


Joe Patti hosts a complete broadcast of the famous oratorio featuring Dame Janet Baker, Roland Davies, Felicity Palmer, and the English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras.

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WRTI Spotlight
4:44 pm
Wed November 24, 2010

<a href=http://secure.publicbroadcasting.net/wrti/pledge.pledgemain>End-of-Year Contributions to WRTI: The Time is Now!</a>


Have you relied on WRTI throughout the year? Have we been your constant companion? Day in and day out? If the music lifts you up, comforts you, or sometimes makes you tap your toes and smile, remember it's member support - Your Support - that keeps all of WRTI's programming going strong.

Please make a year-end contribution to WRTI. You'll feel great knowing that you're keeping the music on the air for your own enjoyment, and for the benefit of the entire community.


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WRTI Spotlight
2:17 pm
Fri November 19, 2010

Music for The Perfect Thanksgiving


Classical Music Families: A 300-Year Review for the Thanksgiving Holiday

Friday, November 26, and Saturday, November 27



Thanksgiving weekend is family "get-together" time and the perfect time to hear music written and/or performed by some of the leading musical families of the past 300 years including the Bach family, the Scarlattis, the Viennese Strausses, the Jarve family of conductors and others. Enjoy!

From all of us at WRTI, here's to a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection
10:46 am
Sat November 6, 2010

Works by Xaver Scharwenka

Xaver Scharwenka was a composer, educator, conductor, editor, impresario, and world-famous pianist born in Poland, who established his career in Germany, and founded a conservatory in New York City. Two quite different pieces, the formidable Fourth Piano Concerto and an utterly gorgeous Andante religioso for strings, organ, and harp, show the depth of his creativity.

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WRTI Spotlight
4:45 pm
Thu October 21, 2010

Tonight: <i>SCARY</i> Music for Halloween!


On Kile Smith's Now is the Time show on WRTI HD-2 and the all-classical web stream, you're in for a mystical night of contemporary American music on All Hallows' Eve - Sunday, October 31st, 10 to 11 pm.

Watch and Listen: In The Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg

Program for Now is the Time:

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WRTI Spotlight
1:18 pm
Tue October 19, 2010

Maureen Malloy Recommends...


Charmaine Clamor: Something Good

Here's a CD review about a new release from "The Filipino Sarah Vaughan" from jazz host Maureen "Mo" Malloy. You can count on Mo to share the "good stuff" with you every week!

America's leading Filipina jazz and world vocalist Charmaine Clamor has released another album that maintains the true jazz spirit, and introduces American audiences to Filipino musical traditions. On Something Good, Clamor brings her own interpretations to American standards and Filipino melodies.

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Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection
4:14 pm
Mon October 4, 2010

Works by Mieczysław Karłowic

Composer Mieczysław Karłowicz

Often overrun by foreign powers in its thousand-year history, Poland engenders pride in people of Polish descent around the world. October is Polish American Heritage Month, and we take a look at Mieczysław Karłowicz as a representative of the hope and turmoil in the history of this country.

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WRTI Spotlight
12:47 pm
Tue September 14, 2010

iPad Contest on WRTI Starts on September 22nd


Would You Love to Win an iPad? Here's Your Chance!

Pledge at any time during the upcoming WRTI Fall Member Drive and you'll automatically be entered into a contest to win an Apple 16 GB WiFi iPad loaded with superb collections of classical music or jazz - your choice.

The Fall Drive begins on Wednesday, September 22nd, and ends when we reach our goal of $325,000.

Every pledge or entry - at any time during the Drive - is automatically entered to win an iPad. Maybe you'll be the winner!

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Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection
3:18 pm
Sat September 4, 2010

Influential Violinist Composer Henri Vieuxtemps and an Interview with Violinist Misha Keylin

Violinist Misha Keylin

The Belgian-born Henri Vieuxtemps stands in the center of that line of Classical and Romantic violinist composers. In fact, a chronological list of the forty most-prominent violinist composers, from the beginning (Arcangelo Corelli, b.1653) to well into the 20th century (Amadeo Roldan, b.1900) also places Vieuxtemps right in the middle, at number twenty.

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