Yumsters! Both of them around $15! A picture is worth a thousand words…Check out the show…
This week Mary and I share some of our house wines. These are wines that we keep coming back to because they delight our spouses and guests…and ourselves! Here are Mary’s choices! My Choices! Here is our show! What are your house wines! We’d love to know!
We all like what we like and tastes are tastes. Mary and I ponder this for a few minutes after a listener disagreed with our review! Here’s the show…What do you think!
This week we are playing some recordings from the St. Davids Episcopal Church in Baltimore’s Bach Marathon. The marathon takes place tomorrow at St. David’s and begins at 2 pm. It’s free and open to the public and contains music by J.S. Bach for all manner of forces and genres. I had the pleasure of […]
Just What is Zibibbu and what does it want of us! It’s a grape that is known as Muscat of Alexandria and a has million other names! Mary found a couple of nice wines, one which is unusual and the other more mainstream….both were lovely and around $15 – $17. Our first wine was called […]
This week we are presenting recordings featuring Darius Skoraczewski, principal cellist of the BSO and most excellent pianist Michael Sheppard. We are featuring recordings that they have done together and also some with violinist Igor Yusefovich as the Monument Piano Trio. The reason for playing these recordings is that Darius and Michael are playing at […]
This week our panel was made up of Nicholas Creary from Bowie State University, Blair Skinner from the Prince George’s Philharmonic and Ernie Green from the Annapolis Chorale and Chamber Orchestra. We liked everything except the Danzi…liked the player not so much the piece. Daniel Barenboim’s new piano is a winner! PLAY DATE: Sat, 03/11/2017 […]
This week Music in Maryland has some great performances both live and recorded. We begin with cellist Edgar Moreau who is performing tonight at Candlelight Concerts in Columbia. After that we have the pleasure of hearing the amazing pianist Behzod Abduraimov play the Prokofiev 6th piano sonata and a beautiful Tchaikovsky encore. That concert was […]
This week we have the pleasure of having two fine panelists from the Occasional Symphony, their Artistic Director Joshua Hong and their Executive Director James Young. They were joined by stalwart veteran panelist Phil Greenfield from the American Record Guide. While the Strauss was pretty good, the rest of the pieces were fabulous. Nice to […]
This week we tasted two Chenin Blanc Viognier blends. The Vansha was from South Africa and the Pine Ridge from California. Neither was outstanding but both were light and refreshing. Both were around $15. Here’s our show…enjoy.