Kristof Fischer

"Of Frogs and Men" with the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin

Sunday at 7pm on WCRB In Concert with Boston Early Music Festival, the German baroque ensemble performs a playful program showcasing interpretations of the natural world through music.

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This Week's CD of the Week

Ji
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On WCRB’s CD of the Week, pianist Ji offers his reflections on one of music’s most enduring spiritual journeys.

Innovative online classical music entertainment experience will celebrate the Leonard Bernstein Centennial throughout its first year

WCRB Blog

Archival Beethoven, Antarctic ice shelves, and Furby organs, oh my! Take a gander at this week's link roundup.

The 2018 Winter Olympics are here, and for some of us at WCRB, that means one thing: figure skating.  No surprise there - we'll take any excuse to watch the world's top athletes perform gorgeous programs to (mostly) classical music. 

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From NPR Music

By her own admission, composer Florence Price had two strikes against her.

"To begin with I have two handicaps – those of sex and race. I am a woman; and I have some Negro blood in my veins," is how she began a 1943 letter to Serge Koussevitzky, the revered conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She added later, "I would like to be judged on merit alone."

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NPR's Slingshot Series

A collective effort among taste-making music stations to elevate exceptional emerging artists

WCRB brings you performances from Symphony Hall in Boston every Saturday at 8pm, with host Ron Della Chiesa.
In Concert captures the best performances by the world's best performers, from concerts in and around the Boston area. Airs Sundays at 7pm.
"Voices" is an exploration of all kinds of vocal music, from opera favorites and rarities to major choral works and song cycles. Airs Sundays at 9pm.