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.
The Shriver Hall Concert Series presents a program each season in honor of the great cellist, Gregor Piatigorsky, and this year they feature the Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta with French pianist Bertrand Chamayou. Here is SHCS Executive Director Catherine Cochran with more.
Lesley Malin, Managing Director of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, has assembled an all-woman production crew for the company’s production of Anne of the Thousand Days by Maxwell Anderson. Lesley came in to talk about the production.
The St. David’s Music Series is presenting the world premiere of Michael Hersch’s only choral work From Ecclesiastes on the November First Friday Series, along with both of Hersch’s sonatas for unaccompanied ‘cello performed by Lavena Johanson. The Music Director of the series, Douglas Buchanan, came in to talk […]
In 1958, the late violinist and conductor Neville Marriner, who died earlier this month, founded the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields in London. This fall, we welcome the Academy Chamber Ensemble to Baltimore for the opening concert of the 2016-2017 Shriver Hall Concert Series. The Executive Director of SHCS Catherine Cochran […]
The Baltimore Museum of Art is pairing the iconic French painter, Henri Matisse, with American painter, Richard Diebenkorn, in the largest exhibition of its kind to explore the influence that Matisse had on Diebenkorn. The curator is Katy Rothkopf, and she came to share her enthusiasm. […]
Pro Music Rara opens its next season on Sunday, October 16th. Their Board Chairman James Anthony came in to talk about the intriguingly titled opening concert.
Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin, Linus Pauling, Fred Hoyle, and Albert Einstein are scientific icons, so it’s easy to forget they were also humans – and, as we know from the saying,”to err is human.” Renowned astrophysicist and bestselling author Mario Livio has looked into some of their blunders.
The up-and-coming Argus Quartet is the Ensemble-in-Residence for the 2016-2017 music series at St. David’s in Roland Park. The Music Director of the series, Douglas Buchanan, is very excited to be hosting them.