New Hampshire Public Radio, with dedicated support from community members and businesses, is proud to make classical music available in the Granite State.
How to listen to Classical New Hampshire
Classical NH can be heard in the Capitol Region at 90.5 FM and in Nashua at 90.3 FM.
You can also hear Classical NH on your HD radio by switching to the HD2 channel on the following stations:
- 89.1 WEVO in Concord | Manchester
- 88.3 WEVS in Nashua
- 90.7 WEVN in Keene
- 91.3 WEVH in Hanover
- 107.1 WEVC in Gorham
Classical NH remains available everywhere via the live stream on NHPR.org and on the NHPR mobile app.
How to listen to Classical New Hampshire online
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.
Some exciting new programs are coming to Classical New Hampshire!
Ring in the new year with the Minnesota Orchestra!
Winter holidays are celebrated around the world and their music is wonderful to hear regardless of which tradition you observe. Turn on your radio, pour a cup of tea, and cozy up to a warm fire with host Bill McGlaughlin.
Carols as Home features a modern take on classic Christmas carols, hosted by Imani Winds founding oboist, Toyin Spellman-Diaz.
Join us for a winter solstice program with modern classical sounds, for the longest night of the year, chosen especially to compliment the chilly, starry nights of the season.
Join us this holiday season as we count down the top Christmas songs as voted by audiences from around the world in this holiday special with host Tom Crann!
Perched atop the mountains near Barcelona, the choir of the Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria de Montserrat is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious boy choirs. For the first time in their 800-year history, the choir made its Midwest premiere. Bringing with them a message of peace, the choristers will use music to transcend borders and speak directly to your heart.
All Is Bright, with host Lynne Warfel, offers an hour of gorgeous, contemplative choral music that tells the traditional Christmas story with songs about angels, the star, and the manger scene.Join us for All Is Bright on Monday, December 18th at 5:00 on Classical New Hampshire.
Saturday Matinee Radio broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera return to Classical New Hampshire!
ClassicalNH will bring new and diverse talent to our morning and evening lineup, as well as new variety to our weekend schedule starting February 13.
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