Archive for July 11th, 2014
An addendum to Sunday’s Washington Post story about bass-baritone Eric Owens, mentorship, and philanthropy: more excerpts from his interview with Anne Midgette.
Bass-baritone Eric Owens explores new roles on and off the stage, teaching, advising and conducting.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta has become a specialty of the theater company
For the seventh time since 1971, when Young Victorian Theatre Company was launched in Baltimore to champion the operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan, the company will present “The Gondoliers.”
Gorgeous exhibition at The Walters. Here is my write up for the online journal, Monologging: http://monologging.org/medieval-music/ Related posts: What a weekend! Poulenc plays! Teju Cole’s Open City
The New York Philharmonic opened its summer series of free parks concerts with a performance in Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
11:42 PM Anton Bruckner — Symphony No. 7 Key: EConductor: Herbert von KarajanEnsemble: Berlin PhilharmonicDG/Archiv, 439037 11:09 PM Alexander Moyzes — Pohronie Dances, Suite for Large Orch. Opus: 43Conductor: Ondrej LenardEnsemble: Slovak Radio SO, BratislavaM Polo/HK, 223278 10:49 PM Charles Ives — Three Places in New England Conductor: Leonard SlatkinEnsemble: St Louis Symphony OrchestraRCA/BMG, 61222 […]