Listen any day of the week to NEPM's classical offerings, a wide selection of the most appealing classical music from every era — with special emphasis on new releases and music of timely interest.
Tune in for Classical Music weekdays from 9a.m. to 4p.m. John Nowacki hosts from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Continue listening through the evening to Overnight Classical with Peter Van de Graaff, Saturday Classical Music with Stephen Petke, Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona, and Sunday Classical Music with Jon Solins.
The Metropolitan Opera broadcasts on Saturdays from December though June. Steve Petke plays classical following the opera as program permits.
Morning Classical Music with John Nowacki
Afternoon Classical Music
MET Opera (changes to Saturday Classical, June 2023)
Beethoven Satellite Network
Sunday Classical with Jon Solins
Watch Lara Downes' conversation with the 23-year-old, Grammy-nominated sensation about balancing the demands of a surging career and the women artists who paved the way.
The composer of Breaking the Waves speaks candidly about equity in her field, the importance of role models and the unglamorous side of writing music every day.
When the singer songwriter Andrew Bird heard from a friend that Emily Dickinson poems could be sung of the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Texas," he said he had to find out for himself. The experiment resulted in Bird composing new music for Dickinson’s "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain," inviting Phoebe Bridgers to sing along.
175 members of Springfield's SciTech Band will perform in Boston Thursday at the gubernatorial celebration for Massachusetts newly sworn in governor - Maura Healey.
The velvet-voiced soprano with a career on the rise chooses her projects, and the music on her debut solo album, with consummate intention.
After the pandemic disrupted the live music industry, the nonprofit model will allow the western Massachusetts venue to bring in new revenue.
Failure was not an option when Léon arrived in New York, a determined 24-year-old pianist from Cuba. At nearly 80, she says some things haven't changed.
Tania Miller leads the Springfield Symphony Orchestra on November 5 in a program featuring Mozart’s Symphony No. 36, Brahms Symphony No. 3 and "The Messenger" by contemporary Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov.
As the new concert season gets underway, composers and orchestra administrators say they are feeling a shift in whose music gets heard.
Tianhui Ng is director of orchestral studies at Mt. Holyoke College, and he is the music director of the Victory Players, the Pioneer Valley Symphony, the Boston Opera Collaborative and White Snake Projects.