McKay Jenkins learned the hard way what toxic contamination can do to our bodies. And he’s written a book about it.
If you enjoy writers, writing, words, and maybe even and little wine, this is a Baltimore reading series for you. I spoke with two editors from the series.
The 3rd and last of the Shriver Hall Concert Hall 50th anniversary commissions, a Chamber Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Baltimore composer, Jonathan Leshnoff, gets its world premiere from Gil Shaham. Here are the composer, and the Series’ Executive Director, Catherine Cochran. […]
Anne Posten, an adjunct instructor and literary translator in New York, came to talk to me about the art of translation, and her latest project.
Center Stage, never one to be stodgy in its approach to theatrical productions, is presenting an all-female As You Like It by William Shakespeare. One of the few men involved, dramaturg Gavin Witt, came to talk about it.
Samuel (Sammy) Hoi has quietly and smilingly brought an energized breath of fresh air to the Maryland Institute College of Art. It was my pleasure to invite him into the WBJC studios for an interview.
The Early Music group, Europa Galante, will be recreating the musical life at an all girls’ orphanage in Baroque-era Venice in their program at Shriver Hall. Here is Catherine Cochran with more …
St. David’s Church in Roland Park is honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. with works by two Baltimore composers on January 17th. I spoke to St. David’s Music Director, Dr. Douglas Buchanan.
To mark their centennial, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra called on one of their own to write a book tracing their history. Here is oboist, Michael Lisicky.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is giving a new reading of the classic Christmas story by Charles Dickens. The company’s managing Director, Lesley Malin, came in to tell us how this version connects to our city.