Missed the orgy? Loved the interview so much you want to listen to it again? Here were the five powerful, successful composers that were featured on December 16th’s 9-hour long orgy, as we explored and discussed the need for female representation and diversity in classical music. Read More >
To celebrate award-winning composer John Harbison’s 80th birthday today, we’re publishing this conversation between Mr. Harbison and WHRB Classical’s Allison Pao from earlier this year, in which they discuss the Harvard music scene, cultural shifts Harbison has experienced in his lifetime, the conflicts between the jazz, rock, and classical genres, what the priorities of composers should be, and more. Read More >
WHRB Classical's Paul Georgoulis argues for the effectiveness of historically-informed performance by comparing two recent performances he attended by the Boston Symphony Orchestra (with modern performance practices) and Boston Baroque (with period performance practices). Read More >
Musician Jen Shyu conducts fieldwork on traditional music all around the world, and in her compositions, she likes to subvert the distinctions between the traditional and the contemporary. But, she says, "I truly be
WHRB producer Joyce Lu reviews the BSO's October 27th performance Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection." The performance featured soprano Ying Fang, mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink, and the Tanglewood
WHRB Classical reviews the BSO's performance of Harbison, Rachmaninoff, and Prokofiev which took place on Saturday, October 20th. The diverse program of three seemingly unrelated pieces was, in fact, a celebration o
Producer Amy Zhou reviews the Boston Philharmonic's opening concert of the 2018-2019 season, a celebration of both the orchestra's 40th anniversary and of conductor Benjamin Zander's 80th birthday.