RH producer Alicia Chen talks music, politics, and gender with Lebanese singer-songwriter and electronic music producer Yasmine Hamdan, the "modern face of the Middle East."
Ajit Pai Talks about his Harvard experience, his path to becoming FCC Chairman, the complexities of his Net Neutrality decision, the lack of regulations on social media giants, and possible risks of future communications technologies all on Harvard Radio (WHRB 95.3FM)! For a more in-depth questioning of Pai's policy decisions, please see his hearing in front of the U.S. Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snHObb4aByI&t=343s and for a strong counterargument to Pai's claims about Net Neutrality, please see FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn's FULL Net Neutrality Dissent: https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4700279/mignon-clyburn-net-neutrality
During WHRB’s inaugural Boston Week/Harvard Weekend, on classical air, we featured over 20 ensembles from Harvard, Boston, and Massachusetts, showcased musicians, conductors, and composers making great contributions to the local classical music scene, and gave away over 40 tickets to concerts in the Greater Boston area! We have compiled some of the social media posts, exclusive interviews, and live recordings here.
The air in Brighton Music Hall was filled with electricity this past Sunday night (yep, you read that right—a packed house on a Sunday!) as Greyson Chance took to the stage. Flanked on all sides by fluorescent tubes of pulsating light, the singer-songwriter captured the audience with the power of his voice. Greyson’s stage-presence, complemented by a delicate command over his body movement, a quick outfit-change, and personal vignettes, made for a truly remarkable experience. I got the chance (pun intended!) to catch up with Greyson before his show, to talk about his newest album, portraits, and his life as a child-sensation turned practiced musician.