The Fraud Zadie Smith The Vaster Wilds Lauren Groff Land of Milk and Honey C Pam Zhang Elon Musk Walter Isaacson
The 2023 – 2024 season of the Music Series at St. David’s Roland Park begins on September 17th, with a bonus concert on Sunday 10th. Douglas Buchanan has special plans for his 10th season.
As the names suggest, the viola da gamba is the viol of the leg, whereas the viola da braccio is the viol of the arm. But, while the viola da braccio was the distant ancestor of the viola in a present-day string section, the viola da gamba was not the forebear of the cello. Rather, […]
The year is 2023, and the United States has collapsed into a second civil war. In her debut novel, writer and editor Christine Grillo asks how we can make a full, wonderfully ordinary life when the whole mad world is clattering down around us.
Tom Lake Ann Patchett August Wilson: A Life Patti Hartigan Homicide Philippe Squarzoni Based on the book by David Simon Booker Longlist 2023 Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ (Nigerian) A Spell of Good Things (Canongate) Sebastian Barry (Irish) Old God’s Time (Faber & Faber) Sarah Bernstein (Canadian) Study for Obedience (Granta Books) Jonathan Escoffery (American) If I […]
Jennifer Homans is a prize-winning author, historian, and dance critic for The New Yorker who has brought her personal and professional experience to the biography, Mr. B: George Balanchine’s 20th Century. It was a pleasure to speak with Jennifer via Zoom.
Crook Manifesto Colson Whitehead Prom Mom Laura Lippman Thunderclap A memoir of art and life & sudden death Laura Cumming
Following on from her prize-winning novel in short stories, The Balcony, Jane Delury has just released her second book, Hedge, about a strong and creative woman at an emotional cross-roads in her life.
The Wind Knows My Name Isabel Allende Pageboy: A Memoir Elliot Page August Blue Deborah Levy Mozart in Motion: His Work and His World in Pieces Patrick Mackie
Janet Horvath is the former associate principal cello of the Minnesota Orchestra, and she is the daughter of two professional musicians who were Holocaust survivors. She recounts their story, and her link to it, in The Cello Still Sings — A Generational Story of the Holocaust and of the […]