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  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • BSO Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina conducts the suite from Elena Langer’s Figaro Gets a Divorce and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and Inon Barnatan is the soloist in the crown-jewel of Rachmaninoff’s works, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, on demand.
  • On WCRB In Concert with the Boston Chamber Music Society, works by Vaughan Williams, Britten, and Bliss paint a deeply textured picture of 20th-century British music, on demand.
  • On WCRB In Concert with Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman conducts the local ensemble and a cast of singers in Vivaldi's exuberant "Gloria" and a cantata by Handel celebrating the patron saint of music, from GBH's Calderwood Studios, on demand.
  • On WCRB In Concert with the Handel and Haydn Society, Harry Christophers conducts Haydn's joyful, brilliant "The Creation," with soprano Joélle Harvey, mezzo-soprano Katherine Growdon, tenor Robert Murray, and bass-baritone Matthew Brook, in his final concert as Artistic Director of the Handel and Haydn Society, on demand.
  • The Miami-based orchestra celebrates the artistic explosion emanating from 1920s New York, with music and poetry inspired by the Harlem Renaissance.
  • Through the distinctive compositions of 23 of the most gifted Black composers of our time, performed by eight extraordinary singers, Tulsa Opera celebrates resilience and hope in a commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, on demand.