Trio Sirènes, comprising flutist Marcia Kämper, violist Karin Brown and harpist Jacqueline Pollauf, will be performing on the Music in the Valley Series on Sunday. Jacqueline and Music Director, Benjamin Buchanan, came in to talk about the concert.
The Handel Choir of Baltimore is presenting the Requiems of Fauré and Duruflé in a concert conducted by Brian Bartoldus. He came in to talk about the program.
Have you ever wondered what happens to the Donati family when the one-act opera, Gianni Schicchi, comes to an end? Baltimore Concert Opera is presenting both Puccini’s comedy and its sequel by composer/conductor, Michael Ching. Here’s is the BCO’s Managing Director, Courtney Kalbacker.
Little, Brown has just published the The Balcony, the debut collection of linked stories by Baltimore writer, Jane Delury. It was a pleasure to talk to her about it for Booknotes.
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is presenting Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello during the month of April. This is their annual original pronunciation production. Troy Jennings is playing the title role.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is presenting Shakespeare’s late comedy, A Winter’s Tale. Isabelle Anderson is the director.
Bass-baritone Eric Owens is equally at home singing opera or lieder, although he may find one more challenging than the other. It was a pleasure to speak with him about his upcoming recital for the Shriver Hall Concert Series.
St. David’s church in Roland Park is celebrating Bach with their 42nd annual Bach Marathon on Sunday, March 18th. Here is Director of Music Ministries, Dr. Douglas Buchanan.
The Shriver Hall Concert Series is presenting Pierre-Laurant Aimard in a program of Messiaen, Ligeti, and Beethoven’s massive Hammerklavier sonata on Sunday at 5.30pm. Here is the series’ Executive Director, Catherine Cochran.
It’s 1920s Bombay, and Perveen Mistry becomes one of the first female lawyers in India. Her legal work turns to sleuthing as she tries to work out the mystery behind the three widows of Malabar Hill, who are living in purdah. Sujata Massey – half Indian herself – is the author. […]