Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’
The Baltimore Symphony is presenting a program of holiday favorites – including Hark! the Herald Angels Sing, Sleigh Ride, O Holy Night – conducted by the Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl, Thomas Wilkins.
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.
This summer festival, co-curated by Marin Alsop and cellist, Inbal Segev, is taking place in three Baltimore venues – Peabody, Joe Squared, and the Meyerhoff – July 13-15. Here is Inbal Segev with more.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Concert Artists of Baltimore Symphonic Chorale are presenting their annual performances of Handel’s Messiah December 2-4, with concerts at both the Meyerhoff and Strathmore. Maestro Edward Polochick has conducted Messiah with the BSO since 1982, and I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of singing it with him many times since […]
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Shriver Hall Concert Series are collaborating to present the St. Lawrence String Quartet in a series of concerts celebrating the music of Beethoven. BSO’s General Manager, Tonya Robles, and Shriver Concerts’ Excecutive Director, Catherine Cochran, came in to talk about the variety of concerts taking place November […]
The Baltimore Symphony’s Principle Oboe, Katherine Needleman, has just released her debut recording, and she came in to talk to us about it.
To mark their centennial, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra called on one of their own to write a book tracing their history. Here is oboist, Michael Lisicky.
The Spire Series at First & Franklin Presbyterian Church presents violinist and Concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Jonathan Carney and international concert pianist John Nauman in performances of violin sonatas by Beethoven and Richard Strauss. The recital takes place Tuesday, November 17 at 8:00 PM. John Nauman spoke with me about the […]
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.
Ten years ago today, February 5th 2005, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra celebrated its first concert at the Music Center at Strathmore with a program featuring Yo Yo Ma and then Music Director, Yuri Temirkanov. A decade on, BSO President and CEO, Paul Meecham, looks back. […]