WHRB Classical Producer Amy Zhou reviews the April 13th Boston Symphony Orchestra concert featuring the works of Berlioz, Ravel, and Estevez. Read More >
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 Hall and in recent seasons has performed with the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He has 20 released albums, including his most recent release on Nonesuch records called 1300-2000, which traces 700 years of music history. Read More >
Richard Wagner's 1850 essay, "The Art Work of the Future," is an insight into his artistic intent.
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 centur
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 contribution
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.