Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
It’s probably no surprise to our listeners that all of WBJC’s announcers have off-air performing experience as singers, actors, or instrumentalists.With that in mind, I’m delighted to announce that our evening host, John T.K. Scherch, will be singing the title role in The Mikado at Young Victorian Theatre Company this summer. Earlier this week, I […]
BSF is presenting Macbeth and King John for their 2018 summer season. Here is their founding artistic director, Tom Delise.
The Columbia Festival of the Arts launches its 31st annual festival with a LakeFest Free Weekend this Friday, and then runs through Saturday June 30th at various venues around Columbia. Their Director is David Phillips.
My friend Don Buxton drove all the way out from Easton the other day, and we spoke about the 33rd season of the Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival.
I had the great pleasure of meeting with the artistic director Festival UMBC, Asiya Korepanova recently about the music festival starting it’s second season.
I recently had a chance to talk to my friend Brian Ganz about a concert honoring Poland with the National Philharmonic.
Leonard Bernstein’s Candide is onstage at the Kennedy Center through May 26th. Recently, I had the immense honor – and pleasure! – of meeting and interviewing internationally renowned mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves, who is playing The Old Woman in this production. She’s as lovely as her voice, both personally and physically, and we had a great […]
Nicholas Hersh, Associate Conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestras, will conduct the BSYO in Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring on Friday, May 25, 7:00 PM at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Nicholas Hersh, dropped by the WBJC studios to talk about this exciting and challenging program of […]
The Maryland Choral Society’s closing concert of the season will include a premier of a new work by their Artistic Director, Douglas Buchanan.
The Maryland Historical Society is mounting an exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of a protest against the Vietnam War — one that launched a movement. Here is Joe Tropea, Curator of Films & Photographs.