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Jul. 19 2014

7/19/14 – Vocalise Rundown

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Vocalise | No Comments

8:00 PM Ruggero Leoncavallo           Pagliacci: “Vesti la giubba”            CBS/Sony   90999 COND Nello Santi ORCH Metropolitan Opera Orchestra SOLO Franco Corelli, tenor 8:03 PM Hamilton Harty                Ode to a Nightingale                    Chandos    8387 COND Bryden Thomson ORCH Ulster Orchestra SOLO Heather Harper, soprano 8:26 PM Franz Schubert                Evensong (set of songs for male chorus) Telarc     80340 COND […]

Jul. 14 2014

7-14-14 Word On Wine 2 More Rosés

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Word on Wine | No Comments

Mary has been working hard on our behalf tasting Rosé this Summer.  We are grateful! 1)2013 Mas De La Damme Rosé du Mas.  $13.  This was a nice blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Mouvedre.  Bone Dry and lovely. 2)2013 Penya Rosé.  $11.  Despite the New World Bottle this too was solid and enjoyable.  […]

Jul. 13 2014

WBJC Choral Hour 7-13-14

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, WBJC Choral Hour | No Comments

8:00 AM Antonio Vivaldi — Gloria Key: D Conductor: Robert Shaw Ensemble: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Chorus Dawn Upshaw, soprano Penelope Jensen, soprano Marietta Simpson, mezzo-sopran Telarc, 80194   8:30 AM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Requiem: selections Conductor: Christian Thielemann Ensemble: Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Bavarian Radio Symphony Chorus And various soloists DG/Archiv, 4775797   […]

Jul. 12 2014

7-12-14 Music In Maryland

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Music In Maryland | No Comments

This week Music in Maryland (MiM) features a concert from the Chamber Music By Candlelight series recorded at 2nd Presbyterian Church on November 18, 2012.   CMBC features musicians from the Baltimore Symphony.  On the program… Piazzolla: History Of The Tango.  Ivan Stefanovic, violin; Sarah Fuller, harp. Schickele: Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano.  William […]

Jul. 12 2014

7-12-14 Face The Music Listings!

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Face the Music, Host Blogs | No Comments

This week Face the Music is all about endings.  We have finales from 4 symphonies.  Our panel was John Bowen from Emanuel Episcopal, Jed Gaylin from Hopkins Symphony and Charles Ellis from the Prince George’s Philharmonic. Here’s the listings hope you enjoyed the show. PLAY DATE: Sat, 07/12/2014 5:00 PM            57 Ludwig van Beethoven          Symphony […]

Jul. 12 2014

7/12/14 – Vocalise Rundown

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Vocalise | No Comments

8:00 PM From his student days, Rachmaninoff’s one act opera Aleko will be the sole piece on tonight’s Vocalise. Sergei Rachmaninoff Aleko Delos 3269 COND Constantine Orbelian          Moscow Chamber Orchestra State Academy Russian Chorus Vassily Gerello, baritone Olga Guryakova, soprano Mikhail Kit, bass and various soloists Related posts: Duetto Buffo di due Gatti 2/08/14 Vocalise […]

Jul. 11 2014

Seeing Music in Medieval Manuscripts

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

                        Gorgeous exhibition at The Walters. Here is my write up for the online journal, Monologging:       Related posts: What a weekend! Poulenc plays! Teju Cole’s Open City

Jul. 10 2014

7-10-14 Word On Wine Sommelier 2…Wine Danger Zones.

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Word on Wine | No Comments

This show is a follow up to last weeks thrilling episode about sommelier wine questions.  This week Food and Wine’s Sommeliers’ talk about wine danger zones.  There are places where it’s just not a good idea to order wine!  Check out our show and find what to look out for. Related posts: 7-27-13 Word On […]

Jul. 09 2014

A Truly Topsy-Turvy “Mikado”

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

What do you get when you take a musical theater piece composed in 1885, originally set in a mythical Japanese town, and place it in a black-and-white 1920′s world that’s decidedly English? A bit of confusion, perhaps, if you’re a purist with regards to staging, but if you’re up for some delicious visuals and very fine performances, the English […]

Jul. 07 2014

7-7-14 Word On Wine 2 Cabs! (Almost)

By Jonathan Palevsky | Posted in Host Blogs, Word on Wine | 1 Comment

This week Mary each took a Cab!  We tasted Cabernet Sauvignon from the old world and the new! 1)Mary tasted the 2011 Murphy-Goode Cabernet Sauvignon from California.  $15.  Not Mary’s usual thing but she enjoyed this really nice Mid-Week Cab! 2)2009 Chateau Greysac!  Medoc.  This very nice Bordeaux is a relatively new property for the […]