Christian Tetzlaff
Giorgia Bertazzi

A Celebration of Sibelius, with Christian Tetzlaff

Sunday night at 7, in concert from Tanglewood, Christian Tetzlaff joins the BSO as the guest soloist in Sibelius's mountainous Violin Concerto, and Thomas Adès conducts the Finnish composer's Symphony No. 5.

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This Week's CD of the Week

Ray Chen
CAMI Music

With a precious instrument once owned by one of the most legendary violinists of all time, Ray Chen has channeled the flexible charm of the players of the past on his new recording “The Golden Age,” WCRB’s CD of the Week!

Boston Landmarks Orchestra at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell
Michael Dwyer / Boston Landmarks Orchestra

Join 99.5 WCRB hosts for free concerts presented by the Boston Landmarks Orchestra at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade, Wednesday nights at 7 pm.

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


Pianist Paul Barton plays Bach for elephants in Thai sanctuary
Paul Barton

Sweet elephants. Eric Whitacre's "Big Sing." An orchestra specifically for aliens. This week's link roundup has it all.

Montage of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites, Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, all photographed by Voyager 1.
NASA/JPL, via Wikimedia Commons

On Wednesday, July 18, the Boston Landmarks Orchestra welcomes London's St. Paul's Girls' School Choir for an historic centennial performance of Holst's The Planets on the Esplanade.

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