Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Baltimore Musicales is presenting an evening of music by Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Berg, Vaughan Williams and more, plus the première of songs by Baltimore composer Spencer Huffman. Soprano, Thea Tullman Moore, is the Executive Director.
The Baltimore Symphony Associates are presenting their 2nd annual Kitchens of Note tour on October 18th. Carolyn Lassahn is one of the master minds behind it.
Voices Rise is a community choir for all people based out of Paul’s Place Outreach Center and supported by the Peabody Institute and St David’s Church. It’s lead by Douglas Buchanan.
Baltimore Concert Opera opens its new season with Rossini’s final opera, William Tell. BCO’s Managing Director, Courtney Kalbacker, came to talk about it.
From Hildegard of Bingen to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation to a 2-piano + 2-percussion chamber group, the St. David’s music series in Roland Park has it all. Their Music Director is Douglas Buchanan.
This fall semester, the Odyssey program at Johns Hopkins University is offering everything from a perspective on South Africa to the appropriate question, “What makes us curious?” with Mario Livio. Here is Odyssey’s Director, Douglas Blackstone.
Octavus is a new chamber choir of singers and instrumentalists who performs for the love of music! Kelsey LaCour, Second Alto with Octavus, spoke with me about their performance at the Baltimore Basilica this coming Friday, September 8th at 7:00 PM. Proceeds from the concert will benefit a new women’s shelter called Mary’s Home. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/benefit-concert-octavus-at-the-baltimore-basilica-tickets-35152897262
The Maryland Institute College of Art professor and internationally exhibited fiber artist, Annet Couwenberg, is having an an intimate exhibition of 10 extraordinary works presented at the Baltimore Museum of Art from August through next February. The exhibition is called Annet Couwenberg: From Digital to Damask.
During World War II, 2,710 Liberty Ships were built in the United States. Today, just two of them remain afloat and fully operational. On September 9, the 75th anniversary of the Baltimore-built S.S. John W. Brown‘s launch will be celebrated with a Living History Cruise. I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Seaman Paul […]