This week our panel was Phil Greenfield of the American Record Guide, Tuba player and soon to be faculty member of Towson University Ed Goldstein and Jed Gaylin Music Director of the Hopkins and Bay Atlantic Orchestras. We liked pretty much everything…though the Bartok String Quartets still elude my grasp…my loss. Here are the listings […]
Rona London reviews her pick for Book of the Day:
Today’s Book of the Day is Booked.
Animal welfare advocacy has come a long way in recent years, and spearheading an effort called Show Your Soft Side in Baltimore is Caroline Griffin. She came in to talk to us about it.
Our chief classical music critic on the Mostly Mozart Festival’s concert performances of “Idomeneo” and “Così Fan Tutte.”
Composers are now often asked to respond to an old master’s work with one of their own. Not everyone is happy with the growing practice.
Mr. Morris’s “Mozart Dances,” which tackles music many choreographers would rather avoid, returns to the Mostly Mozart Festival.
Godowsky does Bach, and a concerto from Switzerland! Play Report PLAY DATE: Sun, 08/21/2016 6:00 PM 36867 Leopold Godowsky Sonata No. 3 (after JS Bach) M Polo/HK 223794 SOLO Konstantin Sherbakov, piano 22:51 C 1 13-16 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:26 PM 43594 Hans Huber Piano Concerto No. 1 in c Op 36 Sterling 1056 COND Michail Jurowsky […]
A critical guide to performances of classical music in the New York City area.
That’s how we want our wine to be in the Summer…especially if it’s white! However, sometimes we forget to chill the wine and we have a problem. Mary and I discuss what on earth to do!