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.

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Nic Lehoux

The Claremont Trio performs the first public concert in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's new Calderwood Performance Hall, recorded on Jan. 22, 2012.

On the program:

Sibelius - Impromptu in B minor, Op. 5 No. 5
Paavali Jumppanen, piano
(recorded in Calderwood Hall on Jan. 20, 2012)

Brahms - Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor
Caroline Goulding, violin; Shuai Wang, piano
(recorded in the Tapestry Room at the Gardner Museum on Dec. 5, 2010)

via Wikimedia Commons

Violist Marcus Thompson and pianist Mihae Lee perform the Viola Sonata, written in 1919, by Rebecca Clarke, in a concert at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge on Oct. 22, 2006.

This concert is no longer available.

Susan Wilson

Classical New England's Cathy Fuller and Brian McCreath bring you Boston Baroque's First Day concert 2012, from Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., with founder and conductor Martin Pearlman.

On the program:

Corelli - Concerto Grosso in C, Op. 6, No. 10

Handel - Harp Concerto in B-flat
Barbara Poeschl-Edrich, harp

Bach - Concerto in D minor for two violins and orchestra
Christina Day Martinson and Julie Leven, violins

Vivaldi - Concerto in A minor for sopranino recorder and orchestra RV 445
Aldo Abreu, recorder

Steven Fox, conducts the Handel and Haydn Society, recorded in concert on Dec. 18, 2011, at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall.

On the program:

J.S. Bach:  Cantata BWV 133, Ich freue mich in dir
Margot Rood, soprano, Emily Marvosh, alto, Stefan Reed, tenor, Jacob Cooper, bass

Anon. (Bolivia):  Sonata Chiquitanas

Manuel de Zumaya:  Celebren, Publiquen

Dmitry Bortniansky:  Teba Boga Hvalim

Anon. (colonial America):  The Shepherd's Star

Jeremiah Ingalls:  The Apple Tree

via Wikimedia Commons

On the program:

Gustav Mahler - Symphonic Poem in Two Parts (the original version of the Symphony No. 1)
New England Conservatory Philharmonia, Hugh Wolff, conductor
concert performance from Sept. 26, 2011, at Jordan Hall in Boston

This concert is no longer available.

Hear conductor Hugh Wolff on performing the original version of Mahler's Symphony No. 1

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