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Mark Malinowski

Mark Malinowski

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Mark is WBJC's morning host. His full bio can be read here.

Jul. 13 2018

Toccata listings 7/15/18

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On tonight’s program, the great Virgil Fox from his “Heavy Organ” concert at Carnegie Hall, music for two pianos by American composer John Adams, and a Organ Concerto by Haydn.  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 513 Johann Sebastian Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in c BWV 582 RCA/BMG 68816 SOLO Virgil Fox,organ 14:02 […]

Jul. 06 2018

Toccata Listings 7/8/18

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On tonight’s program, a monumental organ work from England, and a concerto by the “Scandinavian Chopin.”  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 15244 Sir Edward Elgar Organ Sonata in g Op 28 Hyperion 67363 SOLO Keith John, organ 29:48 C 1 1-4 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:33 PM 29965 Selim Palmgren Piano Concerto No.5 in A […]

Jun. 29 2018

Toccata Listings 7/1/18

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On tonight’s program, music for the Pedal Piano by Schumann, an organ work by a Benedictine Monk who was a contemporary of Mozart, and a piano concerto by an Australian composer based on Spanish themes.  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 20823 Robert Schumann Sketches for the Pedal Piano Op 58 ArsProd 38011 […]

Jun. 22 2018

Toccata listings for 6/24/18

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On tonight’s program, organ music by a composer born almost 100 years before Bach, and we spend a day in Miami with Michael Torke and 10 pianists!  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 51094 Heinrich Scheidemann Praeambulum in C Naxos 554203 SOLO Karin Nelson, organ 1:44 C 1 1-1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:01 PM 51095 […]

Jun. 14 2018

Toccata listings for 6/17/18

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On tonight’s program, something very unusual featuring a narrator and a “military” piano, improvisations by a great French organists, and an unjustly neglected piano concerto from England.  Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 PM 51073 Johann Baptist Vanhal The Naval Battle of Trafalgar Natl Music 1 SOLO Susan Skyrm, Piano SOLO Ronald Moyer, Narrator 9:38 […]

Jun. 08 2018

Toccata listings 6/10/18

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On tonight’s program, an organ work by Pachelbel sandwiched between late Romantic Russian piano works.  Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 28071 Sergey Liapunov Variations on a Georgian Theme M Polo/HK 8223468 SOLO Dorothy Elliot Schechter,piano 14:09 C 1 1-1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:16 PM 45475 Johann Pachelbel Toccata, Fugue, and Ricercar in C Centaur […]

Jun. 01 2018

Toccata listings 6/3/18

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On tonight’s program, another piano work by local composer Mark Maarder, inspired by Chopin, a major organ work by Maurice Durufle, and a concerto by a “rival” of Mozart. Thanks for listening, and enjoy!   6:00 PM 51052 Mark Maarder Nocture No. 2 Chopin’s Heart No Label 30 SOLO Jennifer N. Campbell, Piano 5:51 C […]

May. 31 2018

Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival

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My friend Don Buxton drove all the way out from Easton the other day, and we  spoke about the 33rd season of the Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival.  

May. 31 2018

Festival UMBC

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I had the great pleasure of meeting with the artistic director Festival UMBC, Asiya Korepanova recently about the music festival starting it’s second season.  

May. 30 2018

Celebrating Poland

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I recently had a chance to talk to my friend Brian Ganz about a concert honoring Poland with the National Philharmonic.  

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