"Voices" with Chris Voss

"Voices" is an exploration of all kinds of vocal music, from opera favorites and rarities to major choral works and song cycles. Join Chris Voss, Sunday nights at 9.

Grand Canal in Venice
Canaletto / National Gallery London

May 27, 2018
9:00 PM

Before he was one of Hollywood's most celebrated composers, Erich Korngold wrote a charming one-act opera set in 15th-century Venice. Hear it this Sunday night at 9pm on Voices!

Horace Vernet's French Revolution depiction, "The Battle of Valmy"
Wikimedia Commons

June 3, 2018
9:00 PM

All June on Voices, we're highlighting different liturgical masses, starting with Haydn's paradoxically joyful "Mass in Time of War," thought by some to be an anti-war statement. Sunday at 9pm!

Inside of a Cathedral in Mozart's hometown
Wikimedia Commons

June 10, 2018
9:00 PM

June is for the Masses on Voices, and this Sunday it's something new in something old as we turn to an underloved masterpiece by Mozart that displays some of his most joyful choral writing, the "Missa longa in C," Sunday at 9pm.

Esterhazy Palace, site of work's premiere
Euard Gurk/Wikimedia Commons

June 17, 2018
9:00 PM

Described both as Beethoven's "most humiliating public disaster" and the "expression of childlike serenity," enjoy one of the least heard of Beethoven's major works Sunday at 9pm on WCRB: the "Mass in C major."

Franz Zoller's fresco at church of work's possible premiere
Wikimedia Commons

June 24, 2018
9:00 PM

Closing our month-long celebration of masses on Voices is Schubert – the only mass published in his lifetime and a work very close to his heart, the sublime "Mass in C major," Sunday at 9pm.

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