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Harvard Radio Broadcasting in Cambridge, Massachusetts
389 Harvard Street
Cambridge, MA 02138-3900
WHRB is a very important part of Boston's musical community; your adventurous and creative selection of music really enriches our lives and enhances our understanding of both well-known and more obscure composers.
On Blues Hangover, you'll hear a wide range of acoustic and electric blues, including well-known standards and less frequently-played recordings of country blues, Chicago blues, and contemporary musicians.
he WHRB Sports Department broadcasts various Harvard athletic events throughout the year. We continue to provide complete live coverage of the entire Harvard football and men's ice hockey seasons, including events like "The Game" between Harvard and...
Hillbilly at Harvard has been hailed by critics and a devoted audience as the best country and western show in New England.Nearly five decades ago WHRB began presenting then-developing country and bluegrass, from the Carter family to Bill Monroe. The...
Some of the greatest music making in history took place during the first 60 years of the 20th century. And though the recordings are often technically outdated, the performances are truly magnificent.
WHRB has been broadcasting the Sunday services from The Memorial Church in Harvard Yard during fall and spring terms since the early 1960's. The services are known for engaging sermons given by preachers from Harvard and around the world, and for the...
The Metropolitan Opera’s Saturday matinee broadcasts are the longest-running continuous classical music program in radio history. The live opera radio broadcasts are augmented with informative and live intermission features including essays and...
Alexa Petrenko takes you to the opera every Sunday evening. Tune in to hear great operatic works and the stories behind them, Sunday evenings.
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Listen in each week to the best in new and independent jazz produced locally, across Canada and around the world. Don’t you dare miss it! Be a part of the jazz spectrum