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Judith Krummeck

Judith Krummeck

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Judith is WBJC's afternoon host. Her full bio can be read here.

Aug. 13 2014

“From Here”

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In February, I interviewed the fiction writer, Jen Michalski, about the plethora of books she has published in the space of a year. (You can hear the interview here.) Her next publication, a collection of short stories under the title, From Here, is about to be released by Atticus, and Jen is the featured author on […]

Jul. 11 2014

Seeing Music in Medieval Manuscripts

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                        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

Jun. 25 2014

Baltimore Fishbowl

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I am so honored that The Baltimore Fishbowl has published one of my essays from Beyond the Baobab today! http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/hidden-nerve/                  

Jun. 12 2014

Tribes – It’s Not What It Sounds Like

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Everyman Theatre can always be counted on to “engage, inspire, and transform” as their motto has it, and their current production of “Tribes,” running through June 22nd, is no exception. You can read my review of the play for the online magazine, MONOLOGGING, here.                           […]

Jun. 02 2014

Scarlatti Sonata Series

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        This is what 34 CDs of the complete set of 555 Domenico Scarlatti keyboard sonatas looks like. They were a gift to WBJC from the Franciscans, and I have spent months cataloging them for the music library.     Now, here’s what’s going to happen: starting today, Monday, June 2nd 2014, I […]

May. 14 2014

Pictures as dance

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                    Anton Hartmann’s paintings inspired Modest Mussorgsky to write his Pictures at an Exhibition and, in turn, that work inspired Cem Catbas, Artistic Director and Founder of Baltimore Ballet, to write a ballet based on on the art and the music.  Here, he talks about his […]

May. 07 2014

Two Gentlemen, Their Mistresses, and a Dog

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                        The Folger Theatre is presenting a fabulous production of Fiasco Theater’s Two Gents. My review for the online magazine, Monologging, is here: http://monologging.org/two-gentlemen-their-mistresses-and-a-dog/     Related posts: What’s My Line? It’s that time of year again! Comedy with an edge

May. 07 2014

Emanuel Ax’s Brahms project

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      Emanuel Ax, a marvelous interpreter of Johannes Brahms, has embarked on a project that explores Brahms’s piano music in its original forms but also takes his music further by commissioning contemporary composers to make works around his music. We have the opportunity to hear some of the fruits of this project at […]

Apr. 23 2014

On a Grand Scale

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                                  Maryland born artist, Joseph Sheppard, is exhibiting a collection of realist still life and landscape paintings, all of which measure at least one meter in each direction. A long time listener to WBJC, he came into the studios […]

Apr. 02 2014

Out of the ordinary recital at Shriver Hall

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                It’s not every day that you get to hear a trumpet recital, but there is one coming at Shriver Hall on Sunday evening. Here’s the President of the Shriver Hall Concert Series, Stephen Jacobsohn.         Related posts: Shriver Hall Concert Series gets bigger Keeping […]

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