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New Hampshire Public Radio, with dedicated support from community members and businesses is proud to make classical music available in the Granite State.

ClassicalNH can now be heard in the Capitol Region at its new broadcast signal of 90.5 FM. ClassicalNH remains available everywhere via livestream on NHPR.org and the NHPR mobile app.

ClassicalNH is now also broadcasting on 90.3 in Nashua. You can also hear ClassicalNH on your HD radio by switching to HD2 on WEVO Concord-Manchester, WEVH Hanover, WEVC Gorham, and WEVS Nashua.

How to listen to Classical NH on NHPR.org
Did you know that you can toggle between NHPR and Classical NH right from NHPR.org? Simply click on the “All Streams” link found in the player at the top of the website.

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Join us this Friday, February 24, for a special live broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City – For Ukraine: A Concert of Remembrance and Hope.  Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Mozart’s Requiem, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, and Silvestrov’s “Prayer for Ukraine” in a performance for the people of Ukraine and remembering the war’s innocent victims, on the one-year anniversary of the invasion. Maestro Nézet-Séguin will lead the Met Orchestra and Chorus, joined in the Requiem by soloists Golda Schultz, Emily D’Angelo, Dmytro Popov, and Vladislav Buialskyi.

For Ukraine: A Concert of Remembrance and Hope – this Friday evening at 7:00, live from the Metropolitan Opera on Classical New Hampshire.

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