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

Catch Composers Datebook, on Classical New Hampshire, starting this week!  Join host, John Birge as he presents a daily, 2-minute snapshot of composers past and present, with timely information, intriguing musical events, and appropriate, accessible music related to each.  Listen to Composers Datebook before and after Peter Van De Graaff, weekdays at 9:00AM and 6:00PM, Saturday at 11:00am and Sunday at 7:00am on Classical New Hampshire.

Also, starting April 15, join host Vernon Neal for a 5-minute weekly feature that turns up the voices of Black artists in the world of classical music.  Rhapsody in Black will air Saturday afternoons after Peter Van De Graaff, at 6:00pm, on Classical New Hampshire.

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