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Jonathan Palevsky

Jonathan Palevsky

About Jonathan

Jonathan is WBJC's Program Director and host of many WBJC programs. His full bio can be read here.

Jul. 08 2017

7-8-17 Music in Maryland…Forte and Piano…

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This week Music in Maryland plumbs the depths of musical dynamics with some amazing recordings of the Washington Symphonic Brass.  Phil Snedicor their amazing arranger has managed to capture both Carmina Burana and Nielsen’s Third Symphony for brass ensemble.  Hold on to your hats!  I also thought it would be nice to have something a […]

Jul. 01 2017

7-3-17 Word On Wine…Zibibbu!

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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 […]

Jul. 01 2017

7-10-17 Word On Wine Chinon and Portugal!

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Yumsters!  Both of them around $15!  A picture is worth a thousand words…Check out the show…

Jul. 01 2017

7-6-17 Word On Wine House Wines!

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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!  

Jul. 01 2017

7-13-17 Word On Wine Drink Alikes

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  This week Mary and I talk about Drink Alikes!  Basically, if you like this but don’t like the price tag, are there bottles which will give you a sense of their elder sisters without their cost?  Indeed there are and a little creative shopping will do the trick.  Check out our show for some […]

Jul. 01 2017

7-1-17 Music In Maryland Early Fourth of July Celebration!

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This week we are celebrating the Fourth of July a bit early (on Canada Day no less!) with the Baltimore Symphony performing some amazing Americana.  I hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday…Enjoy the music. PLAY DATE: Sat, 07/01/2017 6:00 PM 16109 John Adams The Chairman Dances (Foxtrot for Orch.) Argo 444454 COND David […]

Jun. 30 2017

7-1-17 Face The Music Listings Canada Day!

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Our neighbor to the north is celebrating it’s 150th birthday today and I thought it would be a nice thing to have some Canadian performers and composers.  Our panel was Bassoonist Bryan Young from the Poulenc Trio, violist Annie Center who is visiting us from Seattle and Dave Donovan who is visiting us from Pratt […]

Jun. 29 2017

6-29-17 Word On Wine June Trivia Quiz!

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She’s Back!  Quiz master Mary returns with some questions for moi!  Truthfully they were pretty easy but they did make for some interesting discussion!  Here’s the show…Enjoy…

Jun. 24 2017

6-24-17 Face The Music Listings!

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This week our all star panel was Tuba Player Ed Goldstein from the Peabody Ragtime Ensemble, Dave Donovan from Pratt Library Fine Arts and Phil Greenfield from The American Record Guide.  We loved the Puccini, liked the Mozart, Liked the Beethoven…the Bach not so much. PLAY DATE: Sat, 06/24/2017 5:00 PM 30431 Giacomo Puccini Madama […]

Jun. 24 2017

6-24-17 word on wine Rosé Proliferation!

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Many years ago I recall buying a bunch of rosé wines at a local shop and a fellow patron commented, “you like sweet stuff eh?”  Actually I do like sweet stuff but every bottle I was buying was dry as a bone…as most rosé is.  In past years our choices for rosé wines were rather […]

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