Upcoming "In Concert" Broadcasts

Sundays, 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 on-demand broadcasts here.

Harry Christophers
Handel and Haydn Society

Sunday night at 7 on WCRB In Concert, Harry Christophers leads the Handel and Haydn Society in Handel's musical drama based on works by Sophocles, with bass-baritone Jonathan Lemalu playing the title role.

Rafał Blechacz
Felix Broede / Deutsche Grammophon

Sunday, September 30, 2018
7:00 PM

In a concert from the Longy School of Music at Bard College, the Polish pianist navigates a collection of works by the greatest pianists in history, presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston.

MOZART Rondo in A-minor, K. 511
MOZART Piano Sonata in A-minor, K. 310
BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 28 in A, Op. 101
SCHUMANN Piano Sonata No. 2 in G-minor, Op. 22
CHOPIN Mazurkas, Op. 24
CHOPIN Polonaise in A-flat, Op. 53

Rafał Blechacz, piano

Flanders Recorder Quartet
Courtesy of the Artists

Sunday, October 7, 2018
7:00 PM

Soprano Cécile Kempenaers joins the Flanders Recorder Quartet in program that illustrates the seasons of the year through music by Renaissance composers, presented by the Boston Early Music Festival.

Symphony Hall, Boston, and Leipzig Gewandhaus
Stu Rosner (Symphony Hall), Jens Gerber (Gewandhaus) / BSO, GWO

Sunday, October 14, 2018

On WCRB In Concert with the Boston Symphony Chamber Players and Gewandhaus Quartet, a new alliance of two great orchestras takes form in chamber works by Haydn, Ligeti, Mendelssohn, and more.

Martin Pearlman
Susan Wilson

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Sunday night at 7:00pm, WCRB In Concert with the Boston Baroque features Martin Pearlman leading orchestral and choral masterpieces, from Buxtehude's lesser-known and grandiose Dixit Dominus to one of Telemann's crowning achievements, the St. Luke Passion.