Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Baltmore Concert Opera is presenting one of the most beautiful, popular, and tragic examples of French Romantic opera, Jules Massenet’s Werther. Here is BCO’s Managing Director, Courtney Kalbacker.
From now through November 19, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is stepping away from the Bard for a bit to present The Sea Voyage, a comedy by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger. Recently, I spoke with director Ann Turiano about the show, which features warriors, pirates, castaways, and all manner of shenanigans. https://www.baltimoreshakespearefactory.org/
The Shriver Hall Concert Series is starting its 2017-2018 season at a different venue in Park Heights while JHU’s Shriver Hall is being renovated. Executive Director, Catherine Cochran, talks about the program that pianist Jeremy Denk will present as a season opener.
A new era begins for the Baltimore Choral Arts Society when Music Director, Anthony Blake Clark opens his inaugural season on Saturday, October 28. It was a pleasure to meet him and talk about it.
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.