Archive for March, 2014

Mar. 31 2014

Noseda leads Israel Philharmonic in a rousing French program

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On the second leg of its U.S. tour, the Israel Philharmonic goes French – and comes out strong

Mar. 31 2014

“The Tale of the Purloined Painting”

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The fact that PBS’ Antiques Roadshow is public television’s highest-rated series speaks volumes about our enduring fascination with stories of long overlooked treasures turning up in attics and basements. A mysterious story that has piqued international interest for 18 months now has a happy ending at the Baltimore Museum of Art. It’s the one about […]

Mar. 31 2014

Monday 3/31/14 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Alan Gilbert, conductor Nielsen: Helios Overture Nielsen:  Symphony No. 1 Nielsen:  Symphony No. 4  

Mar. 31 2014

3-31-14 Word On Wine Review 2 From the South of France!

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This week Mary and I reviewed 2 reds from the South of France!  Both were nice! 1)2010 La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rouge.  $23.  Bandol is  located in Provence on the Mediterranean south of the Rhone Valley.This wine was mostly Mouvedre.  The high cost might be because there is a very low yield in the region…ie […]

Mar. 31 2014

Playlist: Mar/31/14

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10:50 PM Johann David Heinichen — Concerto (Darmstadt 1715) Key: GConductor: Reinhardt GoebelEnsemble: Musica Antiqua KolnDG/Archiv, 4776330 10:05 PM Anton Rubinstein — Piano Concerto No. 4 Key: dOpus: 70Conductor: Robert StankovskyEnsemble: Slovak State Phil.(Kosice)Joseph Banowetz, pianoM Polo/HK, 223382 9:48 PM Erich Wolfgang Korngold — The Sea Hawk-Suite from the film (1940) Conductor: Charles GerhardtEnsemble: National […]

Mar. 30 2014

WBJC Choral Hour 3-30-14

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8:00 AM Maurice Durufle — Requiem complete Opus: 9 Conductor: Robert Shaw Ensemble: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Chorus Telarc, 80135 Don Carlo Gesualdo — Four Marian Motets Conductor: Peter Philips Ensemble: The Tallis Scholars Gimell, 15 John Williams — Call Of The Champions Conductor: John Williams Ensemble: Utah Symphony Orchestra Mormon Tabernacle Choir CBS/Sony, […]

Mar. 30 2014

Playlist: Mar/30/14

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8:51 PM Pierre Attaingnant — First Suite of Five Dances Ronn McFarlane, luteDorian, 90225 8:00 PM Johannes Brahms — Piano Concerto No. 2 Key: B-Flat Opus: 83Conductor: Kirill KondrashinEnsemble: Moscow PhilharmonicVan Cliburn, pianoRCA/BMG, 62695 6:45 PM Edward K. (Duke) Ellington — New World a-Comin’ Conductor: Maurice PeressEnsemble: American Composers OrchestraSir Roland Hanna, pianoMusicMaste, 7011 6:26 […]

Mar. 29 2014

3-29-14 Music In Maryland

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This week Music in Maryland (MiM) features members of the Baltimore Symphony in Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet, Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Cello and Dvorak’s American Quartet.  Our performers were recorded as part of the Chamber Music By Candlelight series on January 22,2012. The Mozart featured Edward Palanker, clarinet; Ivan Stefanovic, violin; Rebecca Nichols, violin; Karin […]

Mar. 29 2014

3-29-14 Face The Music Listings!

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Face the Music, Host Blogs | 2 Comments

This week my guests were Jim Weiss From Johns Hopkins Hospital and our very own Kati Harrison.  Truthfully we loved everything!  It was a really great show with great music!  Here are the listings…you can’t go wrong with any of these pieces!  Here are the listings…enjoy! PLAY DATE: Sat, 03/29/2014 5:00 PM            5901 Johann Sebastian […]

Mar. 29 2014

04/05/14 – La Bohème – 1:00pm

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Metropolitan Opera La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa Sung in Italian Approximate running time 2 hrs. 55 min, two intermissions Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history—and with good reason. Anita Hartig and Barbara Frittoli star as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, […]

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