Archive for May 10th, 2014

May. 10 2014

5-12-14 Word On Wine 2 American Rosés

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

This week we reviewed two new world Rosés  both were using Rhone blends but the results were quite different. 1)Charles and Charles Rosé.  Washington State.  $13.  The cepage was predominantly Syrah though it also contained some Grenache and some Mouvedre.  The results were a little too fruity for our tastes but once the rose was […]

May. 10 2014

5-10-14 Music In Maryland

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This week we are broadcasting a concert featuring Concert Artists of Baltimore conducted by Edward Polochick.  The program was recorded on February 8 2014 and was entitled The British Connection.  On the program 2 Jamaican S0ngs by Arthur Benjamin and also his Romantic Fantasy for Violin Viola and Orchestra.  The Soloists were violinist Anton Miller […]

May. 10 2014

5-10-14 Face The Music Listings

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This weeks’s show is a repeat from 2 years ago but it’s an awfully good one…besides who can remember that far back.  Our panelists are David Donovan from Pratt Library and Eva Mengelkoch from Towson University.  All the performances were really fine.  Here are the listings.  Enjoy. PLAY DATE: Sat, 05/10/2014 5:00 PM 76 Johann […]

May. 10 2014

5/10/14 – Vocalise Rundown

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8:00 PM Giuseppe Verdi   I Vespiri Siciliani: Mercè, dilette amiche Angel/EMI  55016 COND Tullio Serafin Philharmonia Orchestra Maria Callas, soprano 8:03 PM Joseph Canteloube            Songs of the Auvergne: Virgin 90714 COND Yan Pascal Tortelier English Chamber Orchestra Arleen Auger, soprano 8:55 Michael W. Balfe  I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls London 4758089 COND Richard […]

May. 10 2014

Paying Homage, Vivaciously and Somberly

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The pianist Michael Brown’s evening at the DiMenna Center devoted to the compositions of George Perle included Perle’s “Toccata” and “Six Celebratory Inventions.”

May. 10 2014

Pass the Bong, and Tune Up the Berlioz

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Prominent musicians offer their programming suggestions for the Colorado Symphony’s so-called Cannabis Concerts, which the city of Denver wants canceled.

May. 10 2014

Orchestra Welcomes a Longtime Collaborator

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Bernard Haitink, in his 60th year of conducting, is leading the Philharmonic in a program of Webern, Berg and Beethoven’s “Eroica.”

May. 10 2014

Concerts of Mystery and Imagination

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Juxtapositions are instrumental in the Spring for Music program at Carnegie Hall.

May. 10 2014

Cellist With a Feel for the Contemporary

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The Juilliard cello student Jay Campbell steers toward contemporary composers in a concert at the Italian Academy at Columbia University.

May. 10 2014

Pass the Bong, and Tune Up the Berlioz

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Prominent musicians offer their programming suggestions for the Colorado Symphony’s so-called Cannabis Concerts, which the city of Denver wants canceled.

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