The spring semester of the Odyssey program at John Hopkins University offers Bach, opera, theater and more. Here is the program Director, Douglas Blackstone.
Shakespeare’s late play, Cymbeline—set in ancient Britain—blends comedy, tragedy, romance, and adventure. Tom Delise is directing it for the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory.
An exhibition of illuminated manuscripts from 13th-18th centuries is on display at the Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College in Annapolis. I spoke to Art Educator, Lucinda Edinberg .
The Baltimore Choral Arts Society is presenting a multi-sensory experience around the Pulitzer Prize winning Little Match Girl Passion. With more, here are BCAS Music Director, Anthony Blake Clark, and MICA project leader, James Rouvelle.
Books are not only beloved objects, they are often also precious or even priceless, and the mission of the Department of Conservation and Preservation of the Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University is to tend to the collections of the university, such as at Peabody and Evergreen. On Booknotes this month, we hear from […]
Cause for celebration in the mission to sustain opera in Maryland . . . the Maryland Opera Company, under the artistic directorship of James Harp, is presenting its inaugural performance, which will consist of substantial selections from some of Verdi’s great operas.
The Shriver Hall Concert Series is presenting violinist Jennifer Koh and pianist Shai Wosner with two Beethoven sonatas sandwiching a work inspired by Beethhoven’s Kreutzer Sonata. Here is the series Executive Director, Catherine Cochran.
The Londontowne Symphony is presenting a varied program that includes Broadway favorites and others. Here is their music director and conductor, Anna Binneweg.
The Ivy Bookshop has exciting things in store this year. Owner, Emma Snyder, came in to share some of the them. Books mentioned by Emma: We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America, by D. Watkins, Simon and Schuster Elsey Come Home: A novel, by Susan Conley, Knopf
Atrophysicist and best-selling author, Mario Livio, is endlessly curious, and he has written a book about it. Why? What Makes Us Curious? has recently been released in paperback.