Chris Voss

Host, Producer

Chris Voss a drive-time host for 99.5 WCRB, weekday afternoons 2pm to 7pm. Chris graduated with a Masters of Music in Opera and Vocal Performance from the University of Georgia Hugh Hodgson School of Music, where he studied with longtime Metropolitan Opera baritone Frederick Burchinal. He joined the WCRB team in April 2015. Chris grew up in Lexington, MA and spent his entire childhood listening to WCRB and WGBH at home. It’s a dream come true to be working for both institutions, bringing great music to people all across the region!

Ways to Connect

The nine women singers of the Lorelei Ensemble stand, dressed in concert gowns, looking right
Allana Taranto

This powerfully sung new album from the Boston-based chamber choir invites you to explore a simple question: "Why do we tell the love stories that we do?"

Composer Jennifer Higdon wearing all black leaning against a multi-color wall
Andrew Bogard

Come and explore the 'lyrical, feisty, and energetic' harp concerto by a giant voice of American contemporary composition, featuring the superlative harpist Yolanda Kondonassis!

Image of the Neave Trio: left to right - Violinist Anna Williams, Pianist Eri Nakamura, and cellist Mikhail Veselov
Jacob Lewis Lovendahl

Take a moment to enjoy piano trios by three infrequently performed composers - Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach, and Rebecca Clarke. This music is extremely worth your time. 

Musician Lixsania Fernández, wearing a white dress and embrassing her chestnut brown viola da gamba, looking straight ahead
Gonzalo Sanguinetti

The Cuban-born viola da gamba player's stunning music-making rekindles a faith in genuine and fullfilling concert performance experiences. 

Two woman composers, Hildur Guðnadóttir who is on the left, and Anna Þorvaldsdóttir, both gaze stoicly ahead
Guðnadóttir: Antje Taiga Jandrig and Rune Kongsro / Þorvaldsdóttir: Saga Sigurdardottir

The tiny island nation of Iceland has a population smaller than the city of Boston, and yet has an outsized impact on the world of contemporary composition, as is evidenced by the two phenomenal composers who call Iceland home. 

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