The 31-year-old baritone, who is also a professor at Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, immerses himself in scores and then unwinds with comfort food.
I’m not so bold as to consider myself an expert at cocktails, but I sure enjoy making them at home. You don’t need everything pictured here but a few of them come in awfully handy! Mary and I talk about cocktail essentials which insure happiness at home!
Listings of holiday music and special events throughout the month of December.
plus a special encore presentation Sunday 12/25 @ 2pm Get into the Christmas spirit with WBJC’s special broadcast of this year’s Christmas with Baltimore Choral Arts Concert. Tom Hall and Choral Arts ring in the Holidays from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen for this popular and often sold out concert. The Full Chorus and […]
Lynne Warfel, host of Saturday Cinema, takes you on a one hour musical retrospective of some of Hollywood’s most cherished Christmas themed movies. program Hague: “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” – Michael Chertock, piano; Telarc 80485 “Christmas at the Movies” Williams: “Star of Bethlehem” from Home Alone – Williams/Boston Pops/Tanglewood Chorus; Sony 48232 “Joy […]
This one hour program contains 80% music of classic Christmas arrangements and original music by Leroy Anderson. It is hosted by conductor Leonard Slatkin and the composer’s son Kurt Anderson, and features recorded performances of Leroy Anderson’s Christmas Music with Leonard Slatkin conducting the BBC Concert Orchestra, and Leroy Anderson conducting his “Pops” Concert Orchestra. […]
Christmas is our favorite time of year, when we accompany your holiday season with joy and tranquility in music old, new, and familiar. Nanino, Byrd, Praetorious, Gabrieli, Villette and Poulenc are among the composers who wrote of what happened at the manger; Joseph Jennings, Robert Shaw, Alice Parker and Robert de Cormier are among those […]
THE ROSE ENSEMBLE live in concert The Rose Ensemble’s celestial voices team up with a Baroque band to present this unique seasonal program of glorious 17th-century music from Italy, preserved in the Cathedral archives on the Island of Malta, and now being heard for the first time in hundreds of years. Imagine the splendor of […]
The sounds of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir floated into many homes during the holidays in the ’60s & ’70s on Goodyear and Firestone albums, bringing lush renditions of favorite Christmas carols. Those warm memories and feelings come right back again in this holiday special. The choir continues its tradition of great artistry with touching arrangements […]
An anonymous donor gave $700,000 to help close a projected deficit, allowing the sides to agree on a contract without the cuts management had sought.