Members of the Harvard Radcliffe Collegium Museum and the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra discuss Harvard's first-ever virtual performance of Handel's Messiah. Read More >
On December 24th, 8am to 6pm, WHRB presents the David Elliott Memorial Orgy. In memory of David R. Elliott (1942 - 2020), this broadcast weaves together David’s most iconic and beloved moments at WHRB to tell a story of Harvard Radio’s longtime mentor, host, and friend. Read More >
When old meets new: Blue Heron’s new commission is born from a 21st-century pandemic and written in the 15th-century Renaissance style. Read More >
From December 11th to 18th, the Beethoven Orgy celebrates Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday. Tune in for warhorse symphonies and obscure musical jokes, historic performances, an interview with Alex Ross, and the
On Friday, August 14 from 1-8 PM, WHRB presented a tribute to the legendary American pianist Leon Fleisher, featuring selections from Fleisher's decades-long discography and remembrances from his former students and
Eric Nathan's dazzling orchestral landscapes look around at our world for inspiration and surprise us with what they discover.
As part of the "What Could Have Been" Orgy, H+H artistic director Harry Christophers discusses the pandemic, conducting the St. Matthew Passion, the state of period performance, and his own fascinating career.