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four panels of vocal soloists, clockwise from top left: soprano Amanda Forsythe, bass-baritone Douglas Williams, soprano Danielle Ruetter-Harrah, soprano Teresa Wakim
Forsythe: Tatiana Daubek; Williams: Jeremy Knowles; Reutter-Harrah: Madeleine Robertson; Wakim: Arielle Doneson
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On WCRB with Boston Early Music Festival, sopranos Amanda Forsythe, Teresa Wakim, and Danielle Reutter-Harrah, and bass-baritone Douglas Williams anchor the casts of rarely heard dramatic cantatas for the season by Stradella, with the BEMF Chamber Ensemble, on demand.
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From Messiah to The Nutcracker and so much more, make WCRB your home for holiday music this year.
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On Demand
  • On The Bach Hour, one of the composer's crowning masterpieces is channeled through the intimate resonance of the harp, and Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducts the Cantata No. 61, for Advent.
  • On The Bach Hour, Masaaki Suzuki leads music of excitement and meditation for the season, and the Academy for Ancient Music Berlin performs the Orchestral Suite No. 2.
  • On WCRB In Concert with Phoenix, the Boston-based chamber orchestra welcomes Music Director Joshua Weilerstein in a program of works by Bartók, Golijov, Beethoven, and much more, on demand.
Boston Baroque, Oct. 2018
Join Boston Baroque and GBH Music for conversation and musical interludes celebrating Boston Baroque's 50th Anniversary season, featuring Founding Music Director Martin Pearlman, GBH Music's Anthony Rudel, and concertmaster Christina Day Martinson.
The Bach Hour
  • On The Bach Hour, one of the composer's crowning masterpieces is channeled through the intimate resonance of the harp, and Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducts the Cantata No. 61, for Advent.