H+H "TUNING IN" PODCAST

This podcast takes you behind the curtain of Boston's Handel and Haydn Society. Get behind the scenes scoops about the music you love from host Guy Fishman and H+H musicians.


May 27, 2021

EPISODE 14: Life in Revolutionary Lexington with Dr. Robert Bellinger

Host Guy Fishman is joined by Dr. Robert Bellinger (Associate Professor of History, Suffolk University) to discuss what life was like in Lexington, the site of the beginnings of the Revolutionary War and H+H's recent Mozart, CPE Bach, and Friends concert. Dr. Bellinger is Director of Suffolk University's Black Studies Program and Clark Collection of African American Literature. His academic specializations include African American and American History, the African Diaspora, and the history and culture of Senegal.

March 29, 2021

EPISODE 13: Messiah for Our Time with Anthony Rudel and David Snead

Host Guy Fishman is joined by Anthony Rudel (General Manager, GBH Music) and David Snead (President and CEO, H+H), to discuss Handel's Messiah for Our Time, a streamed and televised performance of Handel's Messiah which was recorded at GBH studios. This incredible COVID-era feat kept H+H's tradition of performing Handel's Messiah going into its 167th consecutive year.

February 22, 2021

EPISODE 12: Bach's Mesmerizing Motets, Part 2, with Scott Allen Jarrett

In this episode, Scott Allen Jarrett, Resident Conductor of the Chorus, continues the conversation with host Guy Fishman to discuss one of his greatest inspirations in his musical career: Johann Sebastian Bach.

Written and produced by Guy Fishman

About Guy Fishman    About Scott Allen Jarrett

Helpful Terminology

February 1, 2021

EPISODE 11: Bach's Mesmerizing Motets, Part 1, with Scott Allen Jarrett

In this episode, Scott Allen Jarrett, Resident Conductor of the Chorus, joins host Guy Fishman to discuss one of his greatest inspirations in his musical career: Johann Sebastian Bach. Jarrett's passion and incredible knowledge of Bach's works shine as he and Guy discuss Bach's incredible motets, including Singet dem Herrn.

January 11, 2021

EPISODE 10: EXPANDING EARLY MUSIC'S REACH WITH FIONA HUGHES

H+H violinist Fiona Hughes joins host (and H+H principal cellist) Guy Fishman. In this episode, Fiona discusses the beginnings of her passion for early music and her role in bringing early music to central Virigina via her ensemble, Three Notch'd Road.

In-Episode Music: Partita for two violins no. 3 in A major from Harmonia Artificioso-Ariosa (H.I.F. Biber)

Written and produced by Guy Fishman

About Guy Fishman    About Fiona Hughes

Three Notch'd Road Ensemble

December 7, 2020

EPISODE 9: Between Two Cellists with Shirley Hunt

Guy Fishman explores the fascinating history of the viola da gamba with fellow H+H cellist Shirley Hunt. A cellist since the age of 9, Shirley picked up the viola da gamba in college as she developed an interest in period instrument performance. Revel in the wealth of knowledge of these two dynamic players as they discuss the challenges and joys of playing both cello and viola da gamba, sometimes both in the same performance, as Shirley does in Bach's St. Matthew Passion!

October 5, 2020

EPISODE 8: Music + Science with Cassandra Extavour

H+H soprano Cassandra Extavour doesn't just have a beautiful voice. When she's not on stage, she is a researcher and professor of molecular and cellular biology at Harvard! Host Guy Fishman talks with Cassandra about her multi-faceted career and the role of creativity in both music and science.

Written and produced by Guy Fishman

About Guy Fishman    About Cassandra Extavour

September 17, 2020

EPISODE 7: The Telemann Tell All with Julie Leven

H+H violinist Julie Leven joins host Guy Fishman to reveal Telemann's glorious and colorful creativity...music, poetry, gardening, and more!

August 25, 2020

Episode 6: Bach's Brandenburg Concertos in the Dominican Republic, Part 2, with Ian Watson

H+H Principal Keyboardist and Associate Conductor Ian Watson continues his discussion with host Guy Fishman to reminisce about H+H's recent performance of the complete Brandenburg Concertos by J.S. Bach in the Dominican Republic.

Also features a conversation with Yolanda Borrás and John Thomas Dodson, the founders of the host festival, Conciertos de la Villa de Santo Domingo.

August 6, 2020

EPISODE 5: Bach's Brandenburg Concertos in the Dominican Republic (with Ian Watson)

H+H Principal Keyboardist and Associate Conductor Ian Watson joins host Guy Fishman to reminisce about H+H's recent performance of the complete Brandenburg Concertos by J.S. Bach in the Dominican Republic.

June 20, 2020

EPISODE 4: VIVALDI'S THE FOUR SEASONS, Part 2

Vivaldi's best-known work, The Four Seasons, is the topic of this week's continued conversation between host (and H+H Principal Cellist) Guy Fishman and H+H Concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky.

Written and produced by Guy Fishman

About Guy Fishman    About Aisslinn Nosky

Helpful Terminology

June 9, 2020

EPISODE 3: VIVALDI'S THE FOUR SEASONS

Vivaldi's best-known work, The Four Seasons, is the topic of this week's conversation between host (and H+H Principal Cellist) Guy Fishman and H+H Concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky.

Written and produced by Guy Fishman

About Guy Fishman    About Aisslinn Nosky

The Four Seasons Score
    Solo Violin Part

May 3, 2020

EPISODE 2: St. Matthew Passion, Part 2

Host (and H+H Principal Cellist) Guy Fishman continues his conversation with H+H Artistic Director Harry Christophers about J.S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion.

May 3, 2020

EPISODE 1: St. Matthew Passion, Part 1

Host (and H+H Principal Cellist) Guy Fishman chats with H+H Artistic Director Harry Christophers about J.S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion.

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