Join WHRB Classical as we speak with Christopher Wilkins, the music director of the Boston Landmarks Orchestra. This summer, the orchestra's series of free outdoor concerts at the Hatch Memorial Shell includes a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the moon landing presented with the Museum of Science Hayden Planetarium, a feature of songs and spirituals of African-American composers presented alongside a series of panels and discussion about representation in music, and a collaboration with the New England Aquarium which will raise awareness of climate change. Read More >
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. Read More >
Claire Tseng reviews the Boston Ballet's Cinderella. Read More >
WHRB Classical Producer Amy Zhou reviews the April 13th Boston Symphony Orchestra concert featuring the works of Berlioz, Ravel, and Estevez. Read More >
WHRB Classical Producer Amy Zhou reviews the Harvard Choruses's performance of Ralph Vaughn Williams' A Sea Symphony.
On CM's weekly show Beyond the Stage, we spoke with pianist Jeremy Denk. The Winner of a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship as well as the Avery Fisher Prize, Denk performs frequently as a soloist at Carnegie
WHRB Classical Producer Amy Zhou interviews Kirill Gerstein, a Jewish-American and Russian pianist, won the 2010 Gilmore Artist Award, and was awarded First Prize at the 2001 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition.
Richard Wagner's 1850 essay, "The Art Work of the Future," is an insight into his artistic intent.