In Concert

Sunday nights at 7pm

In Concert captures the wealth of incredible music being performed in and around the Boston area. The series takes advantage of Boston's rich performing arts scene, from the Handel and Haydn Society to A Far Cry, from the Gardner Museum to Rockport Music, and beyond. See a full list of broadcast partners here.

In Concert is the place for Boston-area music lovers to find the best performances by the world’s greatest performers, with commentary and interviews with the artists.

Find a list of upcoming In Concert broadcasts here, and listen to episodes on-demand below.

In concert at the 2009 Boston Early Music Festival:

Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble, June 11, Jordan Hall

J.F. Fasch:  Overture in G minor, FWV K: g 2

J.S. Bach:  Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, BWV 1050

J.D. Zelenka:  Overture Hipochondrie, Z 187

with host Alan McLellan

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Twain Newhart

Violinist Lara St. John and pianist Anton Kuerti perform at the Montreal Chamber Music Festival, recorded at St. James Church in Montreal on May 14, 2009.

Program:

Béla Bartók (1881-1945) - Rhapsody No. 2 Sz. 89, BB 96 (1928)

Matthew Hindson (b. 1968) - Maralinga (2009, Canadian Premiere)

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) - Tzigane (1924)
(Lara St. John, violin & Kevin Loucks, piano)

Recorded on March 9, 2011, the NEC Philharmonia and conductor Benjamin Zander perform Béla Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra.
 

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Ellen Appel

From a November 16, 2008, concert, the Takács Quartet, Muzsikás, and Márta Sebestyén explore the intersection of Hungarian folk music and Béla Bartók's music.

Part 1 of the program:

1. Szászcsávási táncok (Dances from Transylvania);
Muzsikás: string band

2. Pásztornóták hosszúfurulyán (Long Flute Melodies)
Péter Éri, long flute; Márta Sebestyén, vocals

3. Dunántúli ugrós és friss (Transdanubian Ugros and fast Csardas);
Muzsikás: string band

Béla Kása

From a November 16, 2008, concert, the Takács Quartet, Muzsikás (photo:  Béla Kása), and Márta Sebestyén explore the intersection of Hungarian folk music and Béla Bartók's music.

Part 2 of the program:

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