An orchestra fund-raiser turns political for some with the choice of a guest conductor: the radio host and columnist Dennis Prager.
11:00 PM CONDUCTOR: Vladimir Jurowski SOLOIST: Nicola Benedetti, violin SZYMANOWSKI: Violin Concerto No. 1 PROKOFIEV: Selections from Cinderella
7:00 PM Danny Elfman Beetlejuice: Main Titles Telarc 80342 COND Erich Kunzel ORCH Cincinnati Pops Orchestra R.I.P. Jeanne Moreau 7:03 PM Johannes Brahms String Sextet No. 1: Variations Op 18 Chandos 9151 ORCH Academy Chamber Ensemble 7:14 PM Leonard Bernstein On the Waterfront – Sym. Suite CBS/Sony 63085 COND Leonard Bernstein ORCH New York Philharmonic […]
8:00 AM Randall Thompson Frostiana: Seven Country Songs Koch Intl. 7283 COND Richard Auldon Clark ORCH Manhattan Chamber Orchestra SOLO New York Choral Society ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:31 AM Thomas Tallis Lamentations of Jeremiah II for five voiGimell 454996 COND Peter Philips ORCH The Tallis Scholars ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:45 AM Arvo Part Seven Antiphons for the Magnificat Jade […]
This week our panel was made up of Clarinetist Robert Di Lutis from the University of Maryland College Park, clarinetist Dave Drosinos from Concert Artists of Baltimore and Tuba player Ed Goldstein from The Annapolis Symphony. We liked the Bach and the Vivaldi was one hell of an experience. Here are the listings hope you enjoyed […]
Don Lee is the author of a story collection and four novels. His latest novel, published by Norton this summer, is called Lonesome Lies Before Us, its title inspired by brooding lyrics of the alt-country movement.
On Vocalise you’ll get to hear a beautifully balanced performance between two legendary pianists and 4 singers in the Liebeslieder Walzer/Love Song Waltzes by Brahms. It comes from CD 11 contained in a brilliant boxed set on Sony Classical of performances by legendary pianist Leon Fleisher. Enjoy! 8:00 PM Georges Bizet Pearl Fishers: “Au […]
Mr. Denk shares insights into the delicate subtleties and intricate refinements of the Romantic genius.
The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra partnered with So Percussion, the brilliant percussion quartet, for an exhilarating David Lang concerto that used found objects.
This week we reviewed a rose from Bergerac and some Georgian Wine from…Georgia! Both were around $15. Mary didn’t care for the Bergerac but we both loved the Vinnoterra. Give Georgian wine a shot…you will not be disappointed.