Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Whether you play the guitar, learn it, listen to it, teach it, the Fret Festival is not to be missed! Zane Forshee explains. Related posts: It Runs in the Family Bernstein, Beethoven, and… Soccer? That time of year!
Gil Shaham, who celebrated a birthday this week, will be on the Shriver Hall Concert Series on Sunday evening. Stephen Jacobsohn came in to talk about the recital. Related posts: Denis Azabagic Alvin Ailey Dance Shriver’s final concert of the year
Surely, we’ve all loved and been dumped, but nobody put it across more hauntingly and exquisitely than Schubert in his song cycle, Winterreise. It will be on the Shriver Hall Concert series at 5.30 p.m. this coming Sunday. Stephen Jacobsohn came to talk to me about it. […]
By day she edits medical journals – while at the same time writing award winning fiction; creating and editing the online literary journal, jmww at http://jmww.150m.com; and hosting the Starts Here! and 510 Readings series. She’s Jen Michalski, an exciting voice in the Baltimore literary scene, […]
This weekend, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will present the world premiere of Baltimore-based composer Jonathan Leshnoff’s Guitar Concerto. The piece was commissioned by Music Director Marin Alsop and the BSO; Manuel Barrueco will be the soloist. Earlier this week, I spoke with Jonathan Leshnoff about the new work, his creative process, and Mr. Barrueco’s very […]
The Miro Quartet, named for the artist Joan Miro, and the Israeli-born pianist, Shai Wosner are making their Shriver Hall Concert Series debuts on Sunday evening. Here’s the SHCS Executive Director with more … Related posts: Brass on Broadway! Wine Tasting at Hopewell! (A Taste of Two Worlds) 6-28-12 Word On Wine All […]
It’s the season of Hallelujah choruses and sugar plum fairies! Here is the Baltimore Ballet Company offering. Related posts: Bodies in Motion Carlos’s Favorites! 7-12-12 Word On Wine Best Summer Cocktail of 2012?
Tom Hall will direct the Baltimore Choral Arts Society in a presentation of Bach’s B Minor Mass on Sunday. He is prepared to go out on a limb about it! Related posts: Annapolis Symphony Performs Music By Mendelssohn 3/23 and 24 […]
When Gary Vikan announced last year that we would be retiring from the Walters Art Museum after more than 27 years of service, including 18 years as Director, the general consensus was that he would be a very hard act to follow. Enter Julia Marciari-Alexander! It was my […]
”Not only were the level of musicians far higher than any I had previously been exposed to, but what I encountered was one of the most familial, supportive and non-competitive atmospheres I have ever been in.” Since 1951, Marlboro Music has been creating collaborations between seasoned professionals and up-and-coming musicians in the rural atmosphere of […]