Archive for October 3rd, 2020
This week our panel was pianist Lisa Weiss from Goucher College, Tuba player Ed Goldstein from the Baltimore Jazz Orchestra and Phil Greenfield from the American Record Guide. The Janacek was a mixed review everything else was pretty shiny. PLAY DATE: Sat, 10/3/2020 5:00 PM 22698 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Sonata No. 17 (or 18) […]
This week some classic BSO recordings with three of their great conductors! Play Report PLAY DATE: Sat, 10/03/2020 6:00 PM 289 Mikhail Glinka Russlan and Ludmilla: Overture Telarc 80378 COND David Zinman David ZIHN mihn ORCH Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 4:51 C 1 1-1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6:06 PM 6904 Sir William Walton Violin Concerto in b London […]
8:00 PM Giuseppe Verdi Nabucco: “Va, pensiero” Angel/EMI 49828 COND Riccardo Muti ORCH Philharmonia Orchestra SOLO Ambrosian Opera Chorus ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:05 PM Ludwig van Beethoven Fidelio: Prisoner’s Chorus DG/Archiv 453811 COND John Eliot Gardiner ORCH Orch Revolutionnaire et Romant SOLO Monteverdi Choir ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:13 PM Scott Joplin Treemonisha: A Real Slow Drag DG/Archiv 435709 COND […]
By: Stephen R. Elville, Managing Principal, Elville and Associates, P.C. You are searching for a client care program (whether you know it or not). Yes, you are. Whether you are consciously aware of this is the purpose of this article. You do want your estate plan – your Last Will and Testament; or your will […]
All of us here at WBJC appreciate and value your ongoing support of your classical music station. But, we have to apologize to you. WBJC lost the ability to process all credit cards on 9/30. The State of Maryland changed banks/credit card processors and our license holder, Baltimore City Community College, didn’t inform us early […]
Amongst the 2020 National Book Awards nominations is the English-language fiction debut, High as the Waters Rise, by German poet Anja Kampmann. The book was translated from the German by Maryland native, Anne Posten, who spoke to me from her home in Berlin.
8:29 PM Ludwig van Beethoven — Symphony No.9: 4th Mvt. “Ode to Joy” Opus: 125Conductor: Leonard BernsteinEnsemble: Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraDame Gwyneth Jones,sopranoHanna Schwarz, contraltoRene Kollo,tenorKurt Moll, bassVienna State Opera ChorusDG/Archiv, 474929 8:23 PM Amy Marcy Cheney Beach — I Will Give Thanks Conductor: Betty BuchananEnsemble: Capitol Hill Choral SocietyAlbany, 295 8:18 PM Amy Marcy Cheney […]