You’ve heard them before…the voices of listeners on the air, sharing stories about why they love WRTI. That could be you! We’d like to know: What keeps you listening? Why is WRTI important to you? And if you’re a member, why do you support WRTI? You’re cordially invited to the WRTI studios on Temple University’s campus to record your own testimonial. And while you’re here, we’ll show you around the station.
WRTI Arts Desk
- Determined To Beat MS: Cellist Robert Cafaro Plays On!
- You Can Thank This Man for Popularizing French Impressionism: Parts 1 and 2
- Extending the Reach of Classical Music To Students In Pennsylvania's Small Towns and Cities
- Christoph Eschenbach Reflects On His Life In Music
- Three Generations of Calder Artists and Their Philadelphia Legacy
WRTI Picks from NPR Music
- Sound Design: The Art Of The Album Cover
- At 75, Tanglewood's Student Program Holds Focus On New Music And People Making It
- Four Composers, One (Nearly) Impossible Mission To Reinvent A Classic Theme
- A Rarity Reclaimed: Stolen Stradivarius Recovered After 35 Years
- A (Very) Young Jazz Pianist Takes Giant Steps Towards Musical Mastery