In this 17-minute interview, conductor Nathaniel Meyer talks about the upcoming world premiere of female African-American composer Florence Price's Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight, rediscovered after half a century.
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.
On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker is joined by Jason Kohn, the director of Showtime’s Love Means Zero. Kohn talks about the documentary, how he convinced to sit down with him, and the status of the relationship between the famous tennis coach and Andre Agassi.
WHRB reviews Jordi Savall's recent concert with the Boston Early Music Festival at Sanders Theatre. The concert was based on the soundtrack for the French film Tous les matins du monde which Savall recorded in 1991. The concert celebrated the legacy of 17th century viol masters Marais and Saint-Colombe and demonstrated Savall's commitment to continuing this legacy as a viol player himself.