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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.

Apr. 26 2016

Genre bending writer launches new book

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            Following a highly acclaimed debut novel, Baltimore writer Ariel S. Winter is launching his second novel. He came in to talk to us about the genres he’s drawn to as a writer.    

Apr. 20 2016

Wine World supporting a good cause

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            Physician-violinist Andrew Nowakowski and friends, including conductor-arranger Donald Raff, are presenting a chamber music concert to benefit a cancer center in Bel Air. They came in to talk about it.    

Apr. 12 2016

Baltimore City’s Lit Festival

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The annual CityLit Festival, a highlight of the Baltimore literary scene, is taking place on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th on various midtown campuses. I invited CityLit founder Gregg Wilhelm to come in and talk to us about it.  

Apr. 02 2016

The Ivy launches “The Letter Writer”

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          Baltimore writer, Dan Fesperman, is launching his 10th book at The Ivy on Tuesday, April 19th, 7pm. He came to talk to Booknotes about this “gripping and atmospheric” mystery.            

Mar. 09 2016

The Bach marathon reaches a milestone!

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        March 21st is the 331st birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, and St David’s in Roland Park is celebrating with their 40th annual Bach marathon on March 13th. Here is the Director of Music Ministries, Douglas Buchanan.      

Mar. 05 2016

Booknotes digs into musical folklore

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              On Monday, March 14 at 7:00pm, Clifford Murphy, a musician, folklorist, and director of folk and traditional arts, will be at The Ivy Bookshop on Falls Road to talk about his latest book, which digs into the Southern Mountain Music on the Maxon-Dixon Line. It was intriguing to […]

Mar. 03 2016

Shriver Hall’s 50th anniversary vocal concert

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The vocal recital from SHCS this season features the American lyric soprano, Nicole Cabell, whose sound has been described as “liquid gold,” and pianist, Susan Tang. Executive Director, Catherine Cochran, came to talk about their varied program.          

Mar. 02 2016

A magnificent middle period Mass

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The Maryland Choral Society’s Artistic Director, Douglas Buchanan, is bringing his passion and energy to a performance of Beethoven’s Mass in C. He came to share some of his passion with us.    

Feb. 26 2016

The “1831 YORK” locomotive comes home

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      The Smithsonian’s B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore has made an important acquisition recently. The museum’s Executive Director,¬†Courtney Wilson, came in to tell us about it.        

Feb. 24 2016

The true art of conservation

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Having been a conservator at The Walters Art Museum since 1999, Julie Lauffenburger has recently been appointed Director of of Conservation and Technical Research at the museum. It was a pleasure to speak with her about it.    

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