This is an organization that is really changing lives in the community. Director, Philip Holmes, came in to talk about how they are making a difference.
William Kentridge, whose production of “Lulu” is forthcoming at the Metropolitan Opera, and Jo Smail, a professor at MICA, are collaborating on an exhibition at Goya Contemporary Gallery in Hampden, named “Dialogue.” Jo came into the studio to talk about their visual dialogue.
I hope you’ve been following and enjoying the complete cycle of the Haydn String Quartets that we’re broadcasting on WBJC at 6.30pm each weekday evening. To add some behind-the-scenes perspective, the violist from the Angeles String Quartet, Brian Dembow, came in to talk to me about the recordings.
The Scalatti keyboard sonata cycle was such a success in some quarters that we had requests to start over again at the very beginning! Actually, we’re going to do something new and different. I was at the 40th anniversary gala concert for Gretna Music up in Pennsylvania a few weeks ago and, at the after party, […]
“Some of my best memories in recent years have been at Shriver Hall. It is one of the few really great audiences I have the privilege to play for in the U.S., so I especially look forward to being there as part of the 50th Anniversary Season.” ~ Yefim Bronfman Pianist, Yefim […]
The Music Series at St. David’s in Roland Park is gearing up for it’s new season. It’s Director, Dr. Douglas Buchanan, came in to talk about some of the highlights.
In it’s 50th year, the Shriver Hall Concert Series is welcoming a new Executive Director. It was my pleasure to meet and speak with her.
Maryland Lyric Opera is presenting their production of Gounod’s opera inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet from this weekend. The company’s founder and Executive Director, Brad Clark, came into WBJC to talk about it.
BMA HOSTS CELEBRATION OF NEW ASIAN ART GALLERIES ON SUNDAY, JUNE 28 Free day-long event includes Asian-inspired live music, performances, and art-making The Baltimore Museum of Art continues its 100th celebration with a fun-filled day of music, dance performances, and art activities inspired by the newly renovated galleries for the Asian art collection on Sunday, […]
I wish I could live inside Tom Stoppard’s mind for an hour. I’d love to know how he comes up with his intricate, cross-referenced plays. One of my favorite quotes of all time comes from an interview Stoppard did with The Paris Review, when the interviewer asked him about the pitfalls of writing. It is not […]