Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Maryland Lyric Opera is presenting their production of Gounod’s opera inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet from this weekend. The company’s founder and Executive Director, Brad Clark, came into WBJC to talk about it.
BMA HOSTS CELEBRATION OF NEW ASIAN ART GALLERIES ON SUNDAY, JUNE 28 Free day-long event includes Asian-inspired live music, performances, and art-making The Baltimore Museum of Art continues its 100th celebration with a fun-filled day of music, dance performances, and art activities inspired by the newly renovated galleries for the Asian art collection on Sunday, […]
Concluding its 49 season, Prince George’s Philharmonic will present a concert on Saturday, May 16th at 8:00 PM. This is an interview I did with the PG Philharmonic’s conductor, Charles Ellis who had some interesting and enlightening observations about the symphonies of Jean Sibelius!
Baltimore Ballet’s 15th Year Anniversary Gala is going to take place Saturday, May 9th 4:00 PM at Goucher College’s Kraushaar Auditorium. Cem Catbas, Artistic Director stopped by for an interview about the event!
This Sunday at 4PM, the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra and Baltimore Mandolin Quartet will pay tribute to Baltimore musician and composer Jonathan Jensen by presenting a concert of his original works and arrangements. Jonathan visited me recently to talk about the program and the history of mandolin ensembles.
Tenor Gran Wilson took the time to talk with me about his upcoming Recital on Saturday April 25th and Masterclass on Sunday, April 26th at Howard Community College. For tickets and more information the number is, 443-518-1500 and the web address is, howardcc.edu/concerts.
Richard Goode returns to Baltimore to close the 2014-2015 season of the Shriver Hall Concert Series. Here is the President of the series, Stephen Jacobsohn.
Donald Hicken has a long association with Everyman Theatre, and he has directed the current production of the controversial play, Ghosts, by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen. He came in to discuss it.
Everyman Theatre’s resident actor, Deborah Hazlett, gave a highly acclaimed performance in Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler. Now she is taking on Mrs. Alving in the playwight’s Ghosts. She came in to talk about her role. […]