Archive for February 3rd, 2014

Feb. 03 2014

Three for three

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

                  By day she edits medical journals – while at the same time writing award winning fiction; creating and editing the online literary journal, jmww at http://jmww.150m.com; and hosting the Starts Here! and 510 Readings series. She’s Jen Michalski, an exciting voice in the Baltimore literary scene, […]

Feb. 03 2014

Touchdown!

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

No, this isn’t a post about last night’s Super Bowl game. I am not remotely qualified to analyze or comment on football or any other kind of sporting event. Jim and I did watch the first half of last night’s game with a few friends; we left early because the party was in the DC […]

Feb. 03 2014

Monday 2/03/14 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Christopher Rouse and Magnus Lindberg: Philharmonic composers-in-residence Alan Gilbert, conductor Yefim Bronfman, piano Lindberg: ExPo Souvenir in Memoriam of gerard Grisey Grand Duo Piano Concerto #2 Kraft

Feb. 03 2014

2-3-14 Word On Wine Review Greece and Burgundy…Together again!

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Word on Wine | No Comments

This week Mary and I review two white wines.  One from the Macon in Burgundy and the other from the Pelopenisian hills of Greece! 1)2011 Domaine Pollier Macon Village.  $13.  Welcome to Southern Burgundy.  Great Chardonnay at a great price!  Not California Chardonnay but a really nice grippy mine rally wine.  There are great bargains […]

Feb. 03 2014

Ringing in the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Horse

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Three soloists and a Chinese superstar vocalist helped the New York Philharmonic celebrate the Chinese New Year at Avery Fisher Hall.

Feb. 03 2014

Making a Dramatic Case for a Soviet-Era Composer

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Gideon Kremer and his Kremerata Baltica put the spotlight on the composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg at the 92nd Street Y.

Feb. 03 2014

Feisty Opera Impresario Regrets Lost Opportunity

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In a rare interview, Gerard Mortier talks about the demise of New York City Opera and his recent work at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

Feb. 03 2014

Playlist: Feb/03/14

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10:55 PM Johannes Brahms — Intermezzo No. 1 Key: E-Flat Opus: 117Geza Anda, pianoTestament, 1068 10:32 PM Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky — Romeo and Juliet: Fantasy Overture Key: bConductor: Vladimir AshkenazyEnsemble: Saint Petersburg PhilharmonicLondon, 4758593 10:25 PM George Frederich Handel — Xerxes: Largo Conductor: George SzellEnsemble: London Symphony OrchestraLondon, 4758090 10:07 PM Joseph Haydn — String […]

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