8:27 PM George Frederich Handel Dixit Dominus Avie 2270 COND Jeannette Sorrell ORCH Apollo’s Fire SOLO and Chorus ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:57 PM Roger Quilter Love’s Philosophy Delos 3029 SOLO Arleen Auger, soprano SOLO Dalton Baldwin, piano
This week we had some really fine new recordings. The Finlandia with chorus was great as was pretty much everything else! Our panel was Ed Goldstein tuba player from the Annapolis Symphony and WBJC’s Kati Harrison. I almost forgot…the Cuban music was fabulous! Here are the listings! PLAY DATE: Sat, 09/23/2017 5:00 PM 273 Jean […]
John Nauman is playing Gershwin with Concert Artists on 10/7 and Jonathan Leshnoff’s cello concerto is being performed by the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra on 10/1. This was a good excuse to play John Nauman’s recording of the Rachmaninoff Cello Sonata and the Leshnoff Second Symphony! A couple of BSO recordings rounded everything off! PLAY DATE: […]
Opera Philadelphia’s new O17 festival explodes triumphantly onto the scene.
The Bamberg Symphony and Herbert Blomstedt took Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony on tour to four different cathedrals in Bavaria and Austria this summer.
…Perhaps I was thinking along those lines – or about the smoked beer from earlier – when I lost track of time and looked at my watch only five minutes before Blomstedt was to lift his baton up in the cathedral. I don’t remember when I last moved as
A couple of new additions to the WBJC library on tonight’s program. First a new composition by local composer Mark Maarder, and a concerto for Piano 4 hands by Beethoven’s student, and Liszt’s teacher! Of course, a little Bach, as well–one of the Trio Sonatas for organ. Thanks for listening, and enjoy! 6:00 […]
O’Leary takes over in July 2018; Francesca Zambello is still artistic director.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
11:00 PM Brett Mitchell, conductor William Preucil, violin BERNSTEIN: Symphonic Suite from “On the Waterfront” THOMAS: Violin Concerto No. 3, “Juggler in Paradise” COPLAND: Symphony No. 3