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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.

Dec. 07 2013

Remembering Mandela

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  Please follow this link to Baltimore Fishbowl. http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/remembering-mandiba/                                

Oct. 21 2013

Bach’s monumental final statement

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Tom Hall will direct the Baltimore Choral Arts Society in a presentation of Bach’s B Minor Mass on Sunday. He is prepared to go out on a limb about it!                             Related posts: Annapolis Symphony Performs Music By Mendelssohn 3/23 and 24 […]

Oct. 18 2013

The Walters and BMA now both headed by women Directors

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              When Gary Vikan announced last year that we would be retiring from the Walters Art Museum after more than 27 years of service, including 18 years as Director, the general consensus was that he would be a very hard act to follow. Enter Julia Marciari-Alexander! It was my […]

Oct. 16 2013

Marlboro Music

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 “Not only were the level of musicians far higher than any I had previously been exposed to, but what I encountered was one of the most familial, supportive and non-competitive atmospheres I have ever been in.” Since 1951, Marlboro Music has been creating collaborations between seasoned professionals and up-and-coming musicians in the rural atmosphere of […]

Oct. 04 2013

Musica Callada

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Silence might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of music, but a concert this Saturday explores just that. Pianist and faculty member, Haskell Small, explains …                       Related posts: Chad Bowles is practicing what he preaches If You Have […]

Oct. 01 2013

Keeping it in the family

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The Latvian-born cellist, Mischa Maisky, last appeared on the Shriver Hall Concert Series in 1982 – before his daughter, the pianist Lily Maisky, was born in Paris in 1987. Now, they will be appearing together on the series to open the 2013-2014 season on Sunday. Related posts: Out of the ordinary recital at Shriver Hall […]

Sep. 24 2013

Shriver Hall Concert Series gets bigger

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This chamber music series is one of the wonderful success stories in the musical world — witness the fact that they have increased their season from eight to nine concerts for the 2013-2014 season. The SHCS Executive Director, Stephen Jacobsohn, came in to the studios to give us an overview of the new season.   […]

Sep. 24 2013

Chad Bowles is practicing what he preaches

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            First and Franklin Presbyterian church has a very aptly named music series, the Spire Series. The steeple was completed in 1879 and, at 273 feet, is the tallest in Baltimore.   Chad Bowles, who is the Chair of the Piano Department at Peabody Preparatory, is presenting a varied program […]

Sep. 18 2013

Little known Verdi opera

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I’m sure you are aware by now that 2013 is the 200th anniversary of Verdi’s birth, and we are bound to hear even more Verdi operas than usual.  Washington Concert Opera is taking an interesting slant by opening their 2013-2014 season with two little known operas by the great man. On Sunday, they launch their […]

Sep. 17 2013

Alvin Ailey Dance

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When I was still living in Africa, there was great excitement when we heard that the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater would be performing in Johannesburg. They lived up to all the hype — it was a thrilling performance. One of the principal dancers in the company was Linda-Denise Fischer-Harrell, who is now an active dance […]

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