That, is a Peacock Alley Martinez! I did mine on the rocks and used Luxardo Cherries. Use whatever gin you like…I used Tanqueray 10. If you don’t have orange bitters…use what you have, but you definitely need the Angostura bitters. It’s a really nice cocktail…lots of booze and worth lingering over. I found this in […]
You know the drill…you’re a smart person, but you haven’t spent your life perusing wine lists and get presented with this, often times, enormous tome that looks like it once belonged to Charles De Gaulle. Ray Isle has a nice article in the July 2019 issue of Food and Wine. Here’s a link to his […]
Zoe is from Greece! Dahlia is from Georgia! Both are inexpensive Rose wines worth looking into! Check out our show!
This Tuesday, 7/23, Leon Fleisher turns 91! We pay tribute to the great pianist who is probably more synonymous with classical music in Baltimore than anyone else. Leon Fleisher has a fantastic discography we dip our toe in the pool! PLAY DATE: Sat, 07/20/2019 6:00 PM 4497 Johann Sebastian Bach Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue in […]
This week our panel is pianist Eva Mengelkoch from Towson University, musicologist John Gingerich and WBJC’s Kati Harrison. There’s a lot to like about Haydn! PLAY DATE: Sat, 07/20/2019 5:00 PM 3135 (Giuseppe) Saverio Mercadante Flute Concerto No. 2 in e Op 57 Naxos 572731 COND Patrick Gallois ORCH Sinfonia Finlandia Jyvaskyla You-VASS-koo-luh SOLO Patrick […]
This week Mary asks me the customary questions 3! I miss one! oops. This just shows that the fix isn’t in! Enjoy!
This week our panel was made up of Phil Greenfield of The American Record Guide, Ed Goldstein from the Annapolis Symphony and Peabody Ragtime Ensemble and Wbjc’s own Kati Harrison. We loved the Tedesco, the Schumann and the Blacher. Here are the listings…hope you enjoyed the show. Play Report PLAY DATE: Sat, 07/13/2019 5:00 PM […]
This week two super nice Roses…The Secateurs is from Swartland South Africa and the Belleruche is from the Rhone. Both are super nice and neither expensive. Here’s our show…complete with my Rose credo!
The lockout of the Baltimore Symphony musicians continues and it looks like it going to continue through the Summer. WBJC has no position regarding the situation other than to hope for a speedy resolution and to play the fine recordings of both the musicians themselves and the orchestra as a whole. Tonight we are playing […]
This week Mary and I discuss a New York Times article by Eric Asimov (Above Left) published on June 19, 2019 entitled ‘It’s Time to Rethink Wine Criticism’. Using the occasion of Robert Parker’s (Above Right) retirement, Asimov discusses the role of the wine critic and how changing the way we write about wine might […]