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Classical Music

The History of WHRB's Annual July 4th Program

This July 4th, join WHRB Classical for our annual July 4th broadcast from 1-10pm. These nine hours have been carefully curated by Mather Pfeiffenberger, Harvard Class of 1979 and former WHRB DJ. Here, Mather talks about this year’s July 4th program, how his interest in American classical music began, and how this broadcast became a tradition nineteen years ago.

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Classical Music

A Fitting Name: Square Peg Round Hole at National…

Stepping into National Sawdust in Brooklyn feels somewhere in between stepping into an alien spaceship and a 1970s vision of a futuristic nightclub. The truth is it might as well be both. Read on for WHRB Classical Producer Pablo Rasmussen's review of Square Peg Round Hole's performance at National Sawdust on November 8th.

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Classical Music

The Joy of Teaching and Performance with Violinist…

This week, we sat down with Elizabeth Chang ‘85, a violinist, performer, educator, and arts administrator. Chang is currently a professor of violin at University of Massachusetts Amherst, a member of the violin and viola faculties at the Pre-College Division of the Julliard School, and Artistic Director of Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival. We chat with Chang about her time at Harvard, her teaching philosophy, and some exciting news for this year.