Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
The Baltimore Museum of Art is pairing the iconic French painter, Henri Matisse, with American painter, Richard Diebenkorn, in the largest exhibition of its kind to explore the influence that Matisse had on Diebenkorn. The curator is Katy Rothkopf, and she came to share her enthusiasm. […]
Pro Music Rara opens its next season on Sunday, October 16th. Their Board Chairman James Anthony came in to talk about the intriguingly titled opening concert.
The up-and-coming Argus Quartet is the Ensemble-in-Residence for the 2016-2017 music series at St. David’s in Roland Park. The Music Director of the series, Douglas Buchanan, is very excited to be hosting them.
Baltimore Concert Opera is opening their 2016-2017 season with Rossini’s early opera seria, Tancredi. BCO’s Managing Director Courtney Kalbacker came in to talk about it.
This coming Saturday (9/17) the Baltimore Symphony will begin their season with a gala performance featuring Itzhak Perlman playing the Mendelssohn Violin concerto. Maestro Perlman was kind enough to give me some time to ask him about the Mendelssohn Concerto and his instrument. If you would like more information you can go to BSOMusic.org or […]
There’s River Dance … and then there’s the wealth of other folk dances. Susan Tager is active in the Baltimore folk dance scene, and she came to share her passion.
From Ensemble-in-Residence, The Argus String Quartet, to Composer-in-Residence, Michael Rickelton, and perennial favorite, the Baltimore Bach Marathon, the 2016-2017 Music Series at St. David’s promises to be a captivating one. Music Director, Douglas Buchanan, came to share his enthusiasm.
The Odyssey Program at Johns Hopkins is offering an abundance of courses and lectures ranging from history, the arts, music and medicine. Douglas Blackstone, Director of Odyssey, shared a few highlights and information with me about the programs. http://www.Odyssey.jhu.edu
Even if you’ve lived in Baltimore all you life, chances are your ancestors came from a different part of America – if not the world. Geographers research this phenomenon as the discipline of Transnationalism, and Alan Marcus, a professor at Towson at University, has edited a book called Transnational Geographers […]
Chainlines are the widely spaced lines visible in the texture of hand-made laid paper, and Chainlines, LLC is the name of the company founded by Kristine Smets, one of a select group of Baltimore-based professional genealogists. She came in to talk to us about this intriguing science.