Last week, WHRB had the pleasure of sitting down with Thomas Juhasz ‘26, a first-year at Harvard and oboist in the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (BPYO) and Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra (HRO). Read More >
This week, WHRB had the pleasure of speaking with 2022 Queen Elisabeth Competition Winner Hayoung Choi and Boston Philharmonic founder and conductor Benjamin Zander to chat about their upcoming concert together on Saturday, November 12 at 8 pm ET in Symphony Hall. Choi is making her US premiere with the Dvořák Cello Concerto for the concert, and the program also includes Brahms Symphony No. 2, the first symphony Zander conducted in 1972. Read More >
Presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston, the concert was on Sunday, November 13 at 8 pm ET. The program featured American composer Andrew Norman’s ‘Unstuck,’ Mozart Violin Concerto No. 1, and Korngold’s Symphony in F-sharp Major, Opus 40. Read More >
Presented as a part of the Global Journeys Series, Jussi Reijonen led a nonet in the world premiere of his newest album on Sunday, November 6th, at 5 pm ET at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, MA. Read More >
A former Co-Director of The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, Ben Meron ‘23 discusses his musical background and the exciting work THUD has in store for the season ahead.
This week, WHRB spoke with María Dueñas, who at only age 19 is already a formidable, glowing, and accomplished violinist and composer, in anticipation of her upcoming Boston debut on Sunday, October 23 at 5
This fall, tune into the Music of the Night feature presented by Maya on Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:00 pm ET. The program will run from Thursday, October 6th to Thursday, November 17th.
This fall, tune into the Latvian Composers feature presented by Emma on Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:00 pm. The program will run from Thursday, October 6th to Thursday, November 17th.