Stepping into National Sawdust in Brooklyn feels somewhere in between stepping into an alien spaceship and a 1970s vision of a futuristic nightclub. The truth is it might as well be both. Read on for WHRB Classical Producer Pablo Rasmussen's review of Square Peg Round Hole's performance at National Sawdust on November 8th. Read More >
WHRB Classical producer Allison Pao sat down with Anne Azema, soprano and artistic director of the Boston Camerata to discuss the Boston Camerata’s recently released album “Free America! Early Songs of Resistance and Rebellion.” Listen to the full interview above or read on for highlights. Read More >
“What makes Andris Nelsons so special as a conductor?” We spoke to violinist Ana Luisa Wolkwein and tubist Ole Heiland, two young musicians who as part of their fellowship with the Mendelssohn Academy are on tour with the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra in Boston this week. We also review their concert from Sunday, October 27. Read More >
It’s Saturday evening and the BSO is alive. The audience that has come to this evening’s performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto, given to us by Augustin Hadelich, is the sort that represents the symphony’s continued prominence in the Boston cultural sphere: one sees the young, the old, out in their best, or just out of class from the Conservatory. As with any big soloist, Augustin has brought a crowd with him. Read More >
Classical Producer Vincent Li attends the July 10th concert of the Seattle Chamber Music Society's Summer Music Festival, featuring the works of Haydn, Blow, Purcell, Ravel, and Brahms.
Classical Producer Amy Zhou explores the Summer Music Festival presented by the Seattle Chamber Music Society. In an intimate concert hall on a Wednesday evening, professional musicians from all across the country gather
WHRB reporter Jess Eng visits Brooklyn, New York for the first time to hear the Ulysses Quartet perform at Bargemusic — and it's an incredibly wonderful and memorable first trip.
The Sounds of Toulouse-Lautrec’s Paris broadcasts Wednesday, July 24, 6 pm - 8 pm. Inspired by the MFA's Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris exhibit, this music program tours the nighttime streets of late-