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In Performance at Penn State
Second Friday of the month at 11 a.m., with an encore airing the following Monday at 8 p.m.

In Performance at Penn State is a monthly, hour-long show that brings you the talents of students and faculty from Penn State's School of Music on the University Park Campus. We'll present a variety of performers and music in each program, most recorded live in-concert. The show is produced by WPSU-FM, and hosted by WPSU's Kristine Allen.

  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program showcasing performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear Penn State faculty cellist Kim Cook with pianist Svetlana Rodionova performing “Vocalise” by Sergei Rachmaninoff; Penn State’s Essence of Joy singing “Listen to the Lambs” by R. Nathaniel Dett, with soprano soloist Chloe Braden; and the Symphony No. 1 in C by George Bizet conducted by Gerardo Edelstein at the 2016 Penns Woods Music Festival.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, the program is devoted to a single work: The Symphony No. 2 in E Minor by Sergei Rachmaninoff, played by the Penn State Philharmonic, with Gerardo Edelstein conducting.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear the Penn State Philharmonic playing two Slavonic Dances by Antonin Dvorak; musicians from the Penn’s Woods Music Festival playing some of the Eight Pieces for English Horn, Clarinet & Piano by Max Bruch; and the Piano Concerto No. 2 in F by Dmitri Shostakovich with pianist Philip Edward Fisher, conductor Gerardo Edelstein and the Penn’s Woods Music Festival Orchestra.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear the opening movement of Carl Reinecke’s Flute concerto in D, played with piano accompaniment at a 2022 Penn State Graduate Recognition Recital; Mozart’s Concerto in E-flat for Two Pianos and Orchestra, played by soloists Cecilia Dunoyer and Christopher Guzman and conducted by Gerardo Edelstein at the Penns Woods Music Festival in 2017; and “Panamanian Dances” by William Grant Still, performed at a Penns Woods chamber concert in 2015.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear the opening movement of Carl Reinecke’s Flute concerto in D, played with piano accompaniment at a 2022 Penn State Graduate Recognition Recital; Mozart’s Concerto in E-flat for Two Pianos and Orchestra, played by soloists Cecilia Dunoyer and Christopher Guzman and conducted by Gerardo Edelstein at the Penns Woods Music Festival in 2017; and “Panamanian Dances” by William Grant Still, performed at a Penns Woods chamber concert in 2015.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear the English suite in G minor by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV number 808, played by Penn State faculty pianist Christopher Guzman; and the PSU Philharmonic playing the Symphony No. 1 in B-flat, the “Spring” Symphony by Robert Schumann.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear the Penn State Glee Club sing a song about Harriet Tubman by Rollo Dilworth; violinist Max Zorin and pianist playing a Suite for Violin & Piano by William Grant Still; and the Penn State Chamber Orchestra in the Symphony No. 3 in D Major by Franz Schubert.
  • In Performance at Penn State is a monthly hour-long program that showcases performances from Penn State's School of Music. This month, hear some of the Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola and Piano by Max Bruch, played by Anthony J. Costa, clarinet; Robyn Costa, English horn (in place of the viola); and Christopher Guzman, piano, from the Penns Woods Music Festival; and the Symphony No. 41 in C, the “Jupiter” symphony by Mozart, played by the Penn State Chamber Orchestra, Gerardo Edelstein conducting.