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Jonathan Cohen conducts the orchestra on stage at Symphony Hall from the harpsichord. He leans over the harpsichord with his arm outstretched towards the musicians, locking eyes with the chorus that's out of frame and smiling knowlingly.
Robert Torres
On WCRB In Concert with the Handel and Haydn Society, buzzing flies, raging fire, and parting seas come to life in Handel's "Israel in Egypt," performed by the H+H chorus and period-instrument orchestra, all led by Artistic Director Jonathan Cohen.
A stylized graphic with dark green and black accents interweaves the flower on the album cover of David Shapiro's "Sumptuous Planet" with a photo of the choir The Crossing, posed in front of a forest.
Photo and album cover courtesy New Focus Recordings. Graphical treatment our own.
Emmett G. Price III and Rhiannon Giddens sit onstage together in GBH's Fraser Performance Studio.
GBH Music and Boston Lyric Opera presented MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient and Grammy Award-winning musician and composer Rhiannon Giddens.
CRB Blog
 This is a photograph of a young violinist. She has long blonde hair. She is standing outdoors amid mountains. She is holding her violin as she looks into the expanse of nature.
Together with pianist Llewellyn Sanchez–Werner, Eldbjørg Hemsing takes the audience on an extraordinary sonic journey to her homeland while exploring themes of environmentalism, climate change, and our connection to nature.
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  • On The Bach Hour, Alina Ibragimova is the soloist in Bach's Violin Concerto in D minor, and Christophe Coin leads the Cantata No. 85, "I Am the Good Shepherd."
  • Andris Nelsons leads the BSO, pianist Yuja Wang, and ondes Martenot player Cécile Lartigau in Olivier Messiaen's wildly kaleidoscopic expression of love, nature, and spirituality, "Turangalîla-symphonie."
  • On WCRB In Concert with Blue Heron, the renowned vocal ensemble continues its multi-year exploration of music by rarely heard 15th-century master Johannes Ockeghem.
El Puerto Rico
The Bach Hour