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Gregory Reed, MFA
The Miami-based orchestra celebrates the artistic explosion emanating from 1920s New York, with music and poetry inspired by the Harlem Renaissance.
Franz Galo (left), Mathias Bothor (right)
courtesy of Askonas Holt
Organist Olivier Latry, sitting at the console of the organ at Notre-Dame Cathedral
Deyan Parouchev
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Watch GBH Music's holiday celebration, on demand!
CRB Blog
  • Love it. Hate it. Either way, winter is a fact of life.
  • New habits, new albums, new styles, and just the right amount of the familiar. January's Instant Replay offers a wonderful mix to get the New Year off to a great start!
  • "Music is the coordination between Man and Time." – Igor Stravinsky
  • This month, a mix of music just as eclectic as holiday guests, yet each one loved in its own way.
El Puerto Rico
From NPR Music
On Demand
  • On The Bach Hour, the Finnish conductor leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Arnold Schoenberg's lush orchestration of the "St. Anne" Prelude and Fugue, and Masaaki Suzuki conducts the Cantata 73.
  • On WCRB In Concert with the Handel and Haydn Society, H+H's next Artistic Director, Jonathan Cohen, conducts cantatas and orchestral music by Bach at Symphony Hall, on demand.
  • Alan Gilbert conducts the Boston Symphony in a brimming program that includes Dvořák’s glittering Carnival Overture and the world premiere of Justin Dello Joio’s Piano Concerto, Oceans Apart, with soloist Garrick Ohlsson, 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, Olivier Latry talks about the devastating 2019 fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, where he's been an organist since 1985, and performs Bach's music in one of the last recordings made before the fire.