King: A Life Jonathan Eig Rogue Justice Stacy Abrams The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece Tom Hanks
Jonathon Heyward is one of the most exciting conductors on the international scene, and we are so fortunate to have him as the Music Director Designate of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. His tenure officially begins in September 2023, but he’s been in town to conduct the BSO in a couple of programs this month. […]
Founding Chesapeake Shakespeare Company member and Producing Executive Director, Lesley Malin, plays Gertrude in the current production of Hamlet, and she has devised a 2023-2024 season of RULE-BREAKERS, a celebration of mavericks. She came in to talk to me about all of it.
Paul Jan Zdunek is a conductor turned CEO who has co-authored a book that pulls together the seemingly disparate strands of conducting, horsemanship, and leadership.
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The science of neuroaesthetics offers proof for how our brains and bodies transform when we participate in the arts Susan Magsamen and Ivy Ross are co-authors of The New York Times Bestseller, Your Brain on Art: HOW THE ARTS TRANSFORM US. Here, Susan talks about the ways we can use arts creatively […]
Romantic Comedy Curtis Sittenfeld Symphony of Secrets Brendan Slocumb Chita Chita Rivera with Patrick Pacheco You Could Make This Place Beautiful Maggie Smith
Polish-born pianist Piotr Anderszewski returns to Baltimore for the first time in 10 years in a program of Bach, Szymanowski, Anton Webern, and Beethoven at Shriver Hall. I spoke to him in Paris.
“Always be a poet, even in prose.” April is Poetry Month and my guest is educator, speaker, facilitator, poet, and writer, Judy Sorum Brown, whose work encompasses both poetry and prose.
For Good Friday, Music at St. David’s is presenting a program that draws on medieval imagery and symbolism. Douglas Buchanan, Director of Music Ministries, came in to talk about it.