The ethereal, pulsating layers of sound from her electric guitar wash over you, her classically-trained technique flawless to the point of imperception. This is JiJi, an adventurous classical guitarist with a passion for new music. We interviewed her before her upcoming concert at Highfield Hall on October 28th. Read More >
WHRB Classical's Allison Pao spoke with Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu a few days before his debut with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the opening concert of the 18-19 season! They discuss the long but rewarding process of becoming a conductor. Read More >
WHRB Classical interviews contemporary composers Max Richter and Clarice Jensen who are redefining classical music today through their compositions. Max Richter provides an argument for political engagement and tonality, while Clarice Jensen emphasizes that classical music can be enjoyed anywhere. Read More >
Read more about WHRB Classical's special programs this semester, including our classic broadcasts, Historic Performances and New Releases, unique features, such as The Musician's Guide to Zoology and Freedom Across the Atlantic, and two completely new interview-based shows, Classical Conversations and Beyond the Stage! Read More >
We spoke to Laurence Lesser, class of 1961 Harvard alum, winner of the 1966 International Tchaikovsky Cello Competition, and former president of the New England Conservatory from 1983 to 1996. Tune in to 95.3 FM to hear
WHRB Classical's Allison Pao reviews the National Youth Orchestra's performance in Shanghai and profiles the Harvard musicians in the orchestra.
WHRB Classical Producer Allison Pao offers a sneak peek into the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra's upcoming performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
WHRB Classical Producer Emily Spector reviews Stereo Hideout's "Brahms v. Radiohead" concert, combining the worlds of classical and rock music.