Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
St. David’s church in Roland Park is celebrating Bach with their 42nd annual Bach Marathon on Sunday, March 18th. Here is Director of Music Ministries, Dr. Douglas Buchanan.
The Shriver Hall Concert Series is presenting Pierre-Laurant Aimard in a program of Messiaen, Ligeti, and Beethoven’s massive Hammerklavier sonata on Sunday at 5.30pm. Here is the series’ Executive Director, Catherine Cochran.
The Davies Concert Series in Camp Springs, Maryland is in its 46th year, but is new to WBJC. Here is their Secretary, Hiram Larew PhD.
From February 23-March 4, Dundalk Community Theatre is presenting Terry Johnson’s stage adaptation of the iconic 1967 film “The Graduate.” Recently, I spoke with director Todd Starkey about the play’s exploration of family dynamics, intimate relationships, and the huge societal changes that took place during the 1960’s. I have the honor of portraying Mrs. Robinson […]
Baltimore Concert Opera is presenting Stephen Sondheim’s extraordinary piece, Sweeney Todd. Managing Director, Courtney Kalbacker, who is also the stage director for this production, came in to talk about it.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is currently presenting a fascinating play about an African American Shakespearean actor from the early 1800s who should be much better known than he is. CSC’s Ian Gallaner came in to talk about Ira Aldridge.
The Baltimore Symphony’s family program this week features Camille Saint Saens’ Carnival of the Animals with a difference. Here is Baltimore singer-songwriter, Wordsmith.
April 4th marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Odyssey Program at Johns Hopkins University will mark the anniversary with multi-speaker series beginning on February 19th. Odyssey’s Director, Douglas Blackstone, talks about this and other highlights from the Spring 2018 semester. Odyssey catalogue […]
This weekend, Broadway in Annapolis will revisit “The Secret Garden”, Marsha Norman’s musical based on the 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Last week, I spoke with Music Director Ernie Green about the production, which features both opera singers and “legit” Broadway vocalists, including some longtime audience favorites.
A Baltimore-bred film, Anatomy of Wings, which is being produced with the support of the Maryland Institute College of Art, chronicles ten years of extraordinary human connection across the divide of the Two Baltimores. The documentary is scheduled for release next year, and its co-directors, Kirsten D’Andrea Hollander and Nikiea Redmond, came in to talk […]