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GBH Music Live

  • Experience a live performance by one of the world's most distinguished chamber music ensembles, on demand. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players, the BSO's first-chair string and wind players, visited GBH Fraser Performance Studio on May 16 to perform for a limited in-person audience. In celebration of Serge Koussevitzky's 150th birthday, the concert salutes the former BSO Music Director's profound impact on the music of his time.

    Brian McCreath, producer and host of CRB Classical 99.5's Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts from Symphony Hall and Tanglewood, hosted the event.

    Boston Symphony Chamber Players Program
    Serge KOUSSEVITZKY Second movement (Andante) from Double Bass Concerto, and Valse miniature, for double bass and piano
    Walter PISTON Quintet for flute and strings
    Olivier MESSIAEN Abîme des oiseaux from Quartet for the End of Time, for solo clarinet
    Jean FRANÇAIX Dixtuor, for winds and strings

    Featured Musicians
    Alexander Velinzon, violin
    Lucia Lin, violin
    Cathy Basrak, viola
    Blaise Dejardin, cello
    Edwin Barker, bass
    Elizabeth Rowe, flute
    John Ferrillo, oboe
    Bill Hudgins, clarinet
    Richard Ranti, bassoon
    Richard Sebring, horn
    Randall Hodgkinson, piano

    Photo Credit: Robert Torres

    This event is presented with support from Comcast Xfinity Internet.
  • GBH Music, JazzBoston, and the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra present a special tribute to Duke Ellington to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the iconic jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader's birth.
  • In celebration of International Jazz Day, GBH Music and JazzBoston present Cuban pianist, composer and arranger Zahili Gonzalez Zamora.
  • Join a remarkable musical odyssey with South African vocalist NALEDI as she shares songs from her debut album, BATHO, at the next JazzNOW event from GBH Music and JazzBoston on February 8 in Fraser Performance Studio.
  • Experience the magic of this season with GBH Music's Holiday Spectacular, an enchanting evening featuring some of the best musical acts in Massachusetts, now available on demand!
  • GBH Music welcomes Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing for the next installment in our music series, playing Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, and icy music from her new album, "Arctic."
  • GBH Music and JazzBoston present JazzNOW: Shaping the Sound of Jazz, featuring the innovative trio "Hum” led by pianist/keyboardist Nina Ott, along with drummer Chris Lopes, and John McKenna on sax and electronic sculpture percussion. Three improvisers collectively explore music in traditional and unconventional ways, live at GBH Fraser Performance Studio in Brighton.