"Voices" with Chris Voss

"Voices" is an exploration of all kinds of vocal music, from opera favorites and rarities to major choral works and song cycles. Join Chris Voss, Sunday nights at 9.

Grand Canal in Venice
Canaletto / National Gallery London

Sunday at 9 PM on WCRB's Voices, we celebrate the vibrant vocal music of the Italian Baroque, from the well-known to the obscure, the pyrotechnic to the sentimental. 

Roelant Savery's painting "Orpheus"
Wikimedia Commons

Sunday, June 2, 2019
9:00 PM

On Voices this week, it's a classic recording of Gluck's mythological masterpiece, starring Agnes Baltsa and Margaret Marshall in the title roles.

"Romeo and Juliet" by John H. F. Bacon
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Sunday, June 16, 2019
9:00 PM

In a timeless tale told through the centuries, this week on Voices, it's Gounod's telling of the Shakespearean story, featuring Roberto Alagna and Angela Gheorghiu.

Clockwise from top left: Cecilia Bartoli, Jonas Kaufman, Maria Callas, a production of Bizet's "Carmen," Thomas Quasthoff, Renée Fleming, Plácido Domingo
courtesy of artists

Sunday nights at 9, join Chris Voss for a tour through the wide and varied world of vocal music.