Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
The Spire Series at First & Franklin Presbyterian Church presents violinist and Concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Jonathan Carney and international concert pianist John Nauman in performances of violin sonatas by Beethoven and Richard Strauss. The recital takes place Tuesday, November 17 at 8:00 PM. John Nauman spoke with me about the […]
This Saturday afternoon at 2:00 PM The Baltimore Museum of Art will present a free panel discussion called, Seeing Color: A Conversation about Race and Art. Four esteemed panelists will each discuss 2 art works from the BMA’s collection. Gammyne Giullotte, the BMA’s Director of Interpretation and Public Engagement, joined me to talk about this […]
“The Takács Quartet are matchless, their supreme artistry manifest at every level.” – The Guardian, London The Takács Quartet plays Haydn, Dvořák, and the second commissioned work of the SHCS 50th anniversary season. Here is Executive Director, Catherine Cochran, with more.
The Ivy Bookshop on Falls Road is underwriting our new interview series devoted to the world of books — from different genres, to book awards, to local authors — everything to do with books. The interviews air the first Friday of each month at 5.15 p.m. on my air shift, and the first Saturday of the […]
I have never seen “Nosferatu.” Shocking! I’m glad I waited until now since Occasional Symphony will accompany the classic F. W. Murnau vampire film in their annual Halloween Concert, tonight at 2640 Space. Jonathan Palevsky spoke with 2 of the movers and shakers of Occasional Symphony, Joshua Hong and James Young. occasionalsymphony.org
The Ivy Bookshop on Falls Road is underwriting a new interview series on WBJC devoted to the world of books — from different genres, to book awards, to local and national authors — everything to do with books. I’ll be hosting, and Booknotes will air the first Friday of each month at 5.15 p.m. on […]
The Shriver Hall Concert Series will present the first of three co-commissioned works for their 50th anniversary season with the Baltimore premiere – at 5.30pm on Sunday, October 25th – of James Lee III’s Piano Trio No. 2, “Temple Visions.” SHCS Executive Director, Catherine Cochran, and “Temple Visions” composer, James Lee III, […]
The Cathedral Choral Society in Washington, D.C. is opening its 74th season with Haydn’s Creation, directed by J. Reilly Lewis. The bass soloist is D.C. native, Kenneth Kellogg, who came in to WBJC to talk about the performance.
This is an organization that is really changing lives in the community. Director, Philip Holmes, came in to talk about how they are making a difference.
William Kentridge, whose production of “Lulu” is forthcoming at the Metropolitan Opera, and Jo Smail, a professor at MICA, are collaborating on an exhibition at Goya Contemporary Gallery in Hampden, named “Dialogue.” Jo came into the studio to talk about their visual dialogue.