Eric Nathan's dazzling orchestral landscapes look around at our world for inspiration and surprise us with what they discover. Read More >
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. Read More >
Did COVID-19 cancel your graduation? Is social distancing making you feel socially distant? We consider the emotions of quarantine and the perfect music to accompany each one.
At Symphony Hall on Saturday evening, the violinist Pinchas Zukerman conducted the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a program of Strauss, Bruckner, Mozart, and Haydn. WHRB reviews the concert.
From February 10 to February 14, WHRB's Classical Music Department programmed music by black composers in honor of Black History Month. We heard William Grant Still, R. Nathaniel Dett, Florence Price, Scott Joplin,
In December 2019, WHRB presented a 75th birthday tribute to William Christie, the conductor, harpsichordist, teacher, and founder of Les Arts Florissants. Featured in the William Christie Orgy were selections from this e