Classical Morning Show
PubJazz with John Lasanich
The best in acoustically driven jazz, featuring swing, bop, post-bop, cool, and beyond from the classic sessions of yesterday and the new cats of today.
Warren Cooper and I. Robin Booker host a perfectly delightful three hours filled with gospel music that comes from the soul and uplifts the spirit. Featuring "Spirit Soul Music" every Second Sunday.
Dave Conant starts the day with a potpourri of musical fare: a familiar overture, a Scarlatti sonata, a bit of Bach, a mix of Mozart, or a generous helping of something unusual from classic cinema scores. Of course, at 7:15, there’s the musical alarm...
Jill Pasternak brings you a bright mixture of music from the classical standards to the “lollipops” of the concert stage, the musicals, and the movie houses: from Rimsky-Korsakov to Rosza, Beethoven to Berlin.
Jack Moore steps in to host the great symphonies of Beethoven, Brahms, and Tchaikovsky; the concertos for piano, cello, and violin; and the soaring majesty of the Mozart Requiem and Bach cantatas.
Night owls and early birds, take note! Our jazz hosts are spinning classics from our library, and the latest in acoustic jazz just for you!Mark Quinlan can be heard from Sunday through Tuesday and Zivit Shank can be heard from Wednesday through Friday.
Maureen Malloy takes the reigns after BP "high-tails it," with an eclectic mix of different genres of jazz. Be it Modern, Post-Modern, Latin, Bop, Hard-Bop, Big Band or the singers (old and new), you'll always find something you like, and learn why...
Noteworthy guests join Jill Pasternak in their ongoing exploration of jazz and classical music and beyond.
Jeff Duperon takes a jazz cruise down the Avenue of the Arts that ranges from Ellingtonia to hard bop, Mingus to the moderns, as we prepare to cross The Bridge at 10 pm.
WRTI’s new weekly arts program roams the Delaware Valley for the best in music and the arts. We give you hot tips and tackle your arts questions.