Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
The Smithsonian’s B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore has made an important acquisition recently. The museum’s Executive Director, Courtney Wilson, came in to tell us about it.
Having been a conservator at The Walters Art Museum since 1999, Julie Lauffenburger has recently been appointed Director of of Conservation and Technical Research at the museum. It was a pleasure to speak with her about it.
Baltimore STYLE Magazine has a new Editor-in-Chief, who brings to the job a wealth of literary, journalistic, and teaching experience, as well as a prodigious writing network in and around Baltimore. It was a pleasure to invite Betsy Boyd into the studio.
The Cathedral Choral Society, joined by the Washington Bach Consort, will be presenting an all Vivaldi program at The National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. on February 21st. Music Director, J. Reilly Lewis, came into talk about it.
An exhibition of over 200 works, covering widely different media and periods, showcases the wealth of new acquisitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Curator, Rina Hoisington, came in to talk about what goes into such an undertaking.
The Baltimore Symphony’s Principle Oboe, Katherine Needleman, has just released her debut recording, and she came in to talk to us about it.
If you enjoy writers, writing, words, and maybe even and little wine, this is a Baltimore reading series for you. I spoke with two editors from the series.
The 3rd and last of the Shriver Hall Concert Hall 50th anniversary commissions, a Chamber Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Baltimore composer, Jonathan Leshnoff, gets its world premiere from Gil Shaham. Here are the composer, and the Series’ Executive Director, Catherine Cochran. […]
Anne Posten, an adjunct instructor and literary translator in New York, came to talk to me about the art of translation, and her latest project.
Center Stage, never one to be stodgy in its approach to theatrical productions, is presenting an all-female As You Like It by William Shakespeare. One of the few men involved, dramaturg Gavin Witt, came to talk about it.