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It’s an all new show this week and our panel was Phil Greenfield from The American Record Guide, Blair Skinner from the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra and recently retired Tuba player Ed Goldstein…(Mazel Tov) We really loved the Debussy, Mahler and Beethoven…The Bernstein Tchaikovsky made for great conversation. PLAY DATE: Sat, 05/05/2018 5:00 PM 230 Peter […]
8:00 PM 8:00 PM Ludwig van Beethoven Fidelio: Prisoner’s Chorus Telarc 80333 COND Robert Shaw ORCH Atlanta Symphony Orchestra SOLO Atlanta Symphony Chorus SOLO Karl Dent, tenor SOLO Kevin Maynor,bass ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:09 PM Manuel de Falla Seven Popular Spanish Songs Angel/EMI 54456 SOLO Manuel Barrueco, guitar SOLO Ann Monoyios, soprano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:23 PM Gilbert & […]
Johns Hopkins University Press has just published a comprehensive biography of George A. Lucas and his art collection. It was written by retired attorney and independent art historian, Stanley Mazaroff.
On tonight’s program, it’s time for the “Hammarklavier.” We will also hear organ music by Pachelbel. Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 PM 4050 Johann Pachelbel Ciacona in f Centaur 2304 SOLO Joseph Payne, organ 7:26 C 1 9-9 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:11 PM 653 Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 29 in B-Flat Op 106 […]
The longer I work as a classical music DJ, the more I find my eye gravitating instinctively towards music related visual art whenever I visit a museum. The Cleveland Museum of Art last week was no exception. This terracotta bust of the 18th century opera composer Christoph Willibald Gluck is by Jean-Antoine Houdon, […]
Welcome to Student Composer of the Month, where we talk with a composer each month that is currently studied or has recently studied in the greater Baltimore area. This month’s composer is Elliott Grabill, a recent graduate of Peabody Conservatory. Visit Elliott’s website, http://elliottgrabill.com/
The Baltimore Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is presenting an exhibition called Odyssey: Jack Whitten Sculpture, 1963 – 2017 inspired by the materials and traditions of Africa and ancient Greece. The BMA curator is Katy Siegel.
8:00 PM Thomas Morley Now is the month of maying Telarc 80328 ORCH Quink Vocal Quintet ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:03 PM Leonard Bernstein Candide DG/Archiv 463598 COND Leonard Bernstein Leonard BURN stine ORCH London Symphony Orchestra SOLO June Anderson, soprano SOLO Jerry Hadley, tenor ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:29 PM Morten Lauridsen Lux aeterna Hyperion 67449 COND Stephen Layton ORCH […]
This week the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society (BCGS) is presenting the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet on 4/28 at Towson. We have a couple of their vintage performances and an interview. We are also presenting the last hour of the four hour First and Franklin Presbyterian Church first annual piano marathon. Thomas Hunter played… Chopin: Nocturne […]
This week our panel was Jed Gaylin from the Bay Atlantic Orchestra and Hopkins Symphony, Tuba player Ed Goldstein and Phil Greenfield, reviewer for The American Record Guide. We liked the Granados as well as the Brahms and split on the Poulenc…The Beethoven didn’t work for us… PLAY DATE: Sat, 04/28/2018 5:00 PM 50627 Enrique […]