This week we continue our broadcast of the First Annual Baltimore Piano Music Marathon. The concert took place at First and Franklin Presbyterian Church on May 7, 2017. On this program we heard pianists Dr. Raymond Jackson play Chopin and Ken Osowski play Scarlatti, Debussy, Bolcom and Turpin. WBJC’s Kati Harrison and Mark Malinowski were […]
This week we had a great panel. The Bassoon Duo of Bryan Young from the Poulenc Trio and Dave Donovan from Pratt Library Fine Arts. Also on the panel Jose Luis Novo from The Annapolis Symphony. Great job by everyone with some fine music and performances. PLAY DATE: Sat, 04/21/2018 5:00 PM 60 Ludwig van […]
#morninglistening to #Reimann’s #Unrevealed for #StringQuartet + #baritone
w/#FischerDieskau & the #CherubiniQuartett on #Orfeo.
#classicalmusic #classicalcdcollection #classicalmusiccollection #ChamberMusic #liedmelodieartsong #20thcenturyclassical #20thCenturyMusic #aribertreimann #aconfederacyofdunces #DietrichFischerDieskau
Mozart, “Candide” and the music Pulitzer were among the highlights.
À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.
At the butcher’s for May Day weekend there was a queue but nothing like there once would have been. Nothing like the queue Martin and Ruth needed to keep the shop going. Martin had been keeping this to himself, although it was becoming obvious and nobody asked. Irene was at the front of the
An 18th-century panoramic vision of Versailles at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the inspiration for a new work by the composer Timo Andres.
Allan Petterson, Concertos for String Orchestra No.1 & 2, Eight Barefoot Songs
Christian Lindberg, Anders Larsson / Nordic CO
BIS 1690 (72:21)
Difficult to say whether the eight—of 24—Barefoot Songs on this BIS disc owe their gorgeousness to Allan Pettersson’s wistful melodies, or Antal Dorati’s sensitive, empathetic (and very extensive) orchestrations.
Who cares. The result is a
The tenor Mark Padmore and the pianist Paul Lewis brought artful intensity to songs by Brahms and Schumann at Alice Tully Hall.
#morninglistening to @DeccaGold’s opening shot w/@NYPhil & #JaapVanZweden in #Beethoven #Symphonies 5 & 7 (@deccaclassics)
Zweden’s third recording of these works, this most classic of couplings. Perhaps surprisingly conventional a choice… but let’s see what future releases bring.
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Trio Sirènes, comprising flutist Marcia Kämper, violist Karin Brown and harpist Jacqueline Pollauf, will be performing on the Music in the Valley Series on Sunday. Jacqueline and Music Director, Benjamin Buchanan, came in to talk about the concert.