The 2011 award winning play by Jon Robin Baitz (The West Wing, Brothers & Sisters) is being presented at Fells Point Corner Theatre through this weekend. Director, Michael Byrne Semarel, came to talk about it.
The Latvian violinist, Gidon Kremer, will be sharing the stage with Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov and Lithuanian cellist Giedre Dirvanauskaite for a program of music by Schubert, Mozart, and Rachmaninoff, as well as a little known Polish composer whose work Kremer champions. The Shriver Hall Concert […]
A number of listeners have been kind enough inquire about my extended absence, and I think an explanation is overdue! In late September, I suffered a torn and detached retina in my left eye, and had to have emergency surgery, which required an extended period of recuperation. In November, I took a long-planned vacation back home […]
Australian born American soprano, Danielle de Niese, with Cameron Stowe, piano, will be giving a diverse program for the Shriver Hall Concert Series on November 16th. Here is the series President, Stephen Jacobsohn, with more.
The young, California based Calidore String Quartet will open the SHCS Discovery Series on Saturday, November 8th. The Shriver Hall Concert Series President, Stephen Jacobsohn, came in to talk about it.
The 27th Annual Washington Craft Show is taking place this weekend. One of the participants, Stephany Greene, came in to talk about what’s in store.
The Belcea Quartet brings Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert to the Shriver Hall Concert Series on Sunday evening. Series President, Stephen Jacobsohn, is very enthusiastic about the group.
BSO Principal Flute, Emily Skala, is stepping to the front of the Meyerhoff stage to play a Mozart concerto this weekend. It was my pleasure to speak with her about it.
Douglas Buchanan is the new Director of Music Ministries at St. David’s in Roland Park, and has big plans for the new music season, which starts this weekend. He came in to share his enthusiasm. […]
Peter Shaffer has a lot to answer for. Thanks to him, we now link Antonio Salieri’s name to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s as someone who somehow had a hand in Amadeus’s downfall and death. It’s true that when Mozart first arrived in Vienna from Salzburg, Antonio Salieri was so well established as a court musician for […]