Archive for the ‘WBJC Programs’ Category
11:00 PM Mitsuko Uchida, conductor and piano MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 9 in Eb, K. 271, “Jeunehomme” MOZART: Serenade No. 11, K. 375 MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, K. 467 Fill: Mozart: Symphony No. 1
11:00 PM Pinchas Zukerman, conducuts Jeffrey Kahane, piano Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4 in G Major, Op.8 Hector Berlioz Symphonie fantastique Live Recording Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horns and Strings
11:00 PM Muti conducts Mozart’s Requiem CONDUCTOR: Riccardo Muti Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 24 (Rudolf Buchbinder, piano) Mozart: Requiem (Rosa Feola, soprano; Alisa Kolosova, mezzo-soprano; SaimirPirgu, tenor; Michele Pertusi, bass; Chicago Symphony Chorus) Mozart: Bassoon Concerto (David McGill, bassoon)
11:00 PM CONDUCTOR: Kurt Masur, conductor SOLOISTS:Yo-Yo Ma, cello Sylvia McNair, soprano Florence Quivar, mezzo Stuart Neil, tenor Rene Pape, bass NY Choral Artists American Boychoir DVOŘÁK: Cello Concerto BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9
Jonathan will be manning Music from Movies! I’m looking forward to it! 7:00 PM Nino Rota Prova d’Orchestra (Orchestra Rehearsal) CBS/Sony 63359 COND Riccardo Muti ORCH La Scala Philharmonic Orchestr ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7:11 PM Ennio Morricone Sergio Leone Suite CBS/Sony 93456 COND Ennio Morricone ORCH Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra SOLO Yo-Yo Ma, cello ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7:27 PM Dmitri […]
This week Music in Maryland presented a concert recorded on Sunday November 18 2012 at Towson University. The concert featured violinist Madeline Adkins, cellist Allen Whear and Eva Mengelkoch at the Fortepiano. On the program music by both Rebecca Schroeter (lover of Haydn!) and her husband Johann Samuel…(Rebecca was widowed when she was involved with […]
This week our panel was Phil Greenfield of The American Record Guide, Tuba maven Ed Goldstein from The Peabody Ragtime Ensemble and conductor Jed Gaylin from The Hopkins Symphony and Bay Atlantic Orchestra. We dedicated this program to the late Charles Ellis who passed away on 1/1. Chuck was a great friend and Face The […]
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.
Samuel (Sammy) Hoi has quietly and smilingly brought an energized breath of fresh air to the Maryland Institute College of Art. It was my pleasure to invite him into the WBJC studios for an interview.
This week I continue my discussions with Anthony and Olive Hamilton Russell from Hamilton Russell Vineyard in Walker Bay South Africa. We talked about their Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc and Pinotage. Frankly, both were lovely and cost about $12. I love the Sauvignon Blanc and bought a case. I’m probably going to buy a case […]