Baltimore Musicales, a fairly new chamber music group that highlights the art song, is presenting a holiday musicale called ‘Tis the Season. Thea Tullman Moore, who fills many roles in the group, came to talk about the concert.
“Farm-to-table” is more than simply an approach to cuisine. Award winning chef and restaurateur, Spike Gjerde – the mastermind behind such enterprises as Woodberry Kitchen, Artifact Coffee, Parts & Labor, and the new bookstore-café Bird in Hand – has made local sourcing his mission.
The Handel Choir of Baltimore is starting the holiday spirit with the iconic work of their namesake: Messiah. Arian Khaefi, their Artistic Director & Conductor, came in to talk about the two upcoming concerts.
The Maryland Choral Society starts its 2016-2017 on December 11th with a program of music celebrating Noël. Here is Artistic Director, Douglas Buchanan, to talk about the full season.
Award winning chef and restaurateur Spike Gjerde‘s latest venture is a new bookstore-café named Bird in Hand in Charles Village. It’s a delicious enterprise for book lovers.
French pianist, Hélène Grimaud, returns to the Shriver Hall Concert Series with her Water program. Here is the Executive Director of Shriver Concerts, Catherine Cochran, with more.
The historic building that houses Center Stage has been undergoing a massive renovation, and they are now poised to begin unveiling the changes in a series of openings. Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE,came in to WBJC to give us a preview.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Shriver Hall Concert Series are collaborating to present the St. Lawrence String Quartet in a series of concerts celebrating the music of Beethoven. BSO’s General Manager, Tonya Robles, and Shriver Concerts’ Excecutive Director, Catherine Cochran, came in to talk about the variety of concerts taking place November […]
Concert Opera Baltimore continues its season at the Engineer’s Club with Verdi’s middle period masterpiece Rigoletto on November 18th and 20th. Managing Director, Courtney Kalbacker, came in to talk about that and more.
Gary Vikan, former Director of the Walters Art Museum, has used his considerable behind the scenes experience to write a book about the Sacred and Stolen of the arts world. He came to tell us more.