Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
We call a spade a spade, right? But what if we look at it differently? The Mitchell Gallery on the campus of St. John’s College in Annapolis is hosting an exhibition called Retooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection. Here is the gallery’s Art Educator, Lucinda Edinberg. January 26 Lecture at […]
Dariusz Skoraczewski, principal cello of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, along with harpist and composer, Jacqueline Pollauf, are out with a new, French inspired CD. I enjoyed talking to them about it.
Handel Choir’s Brian Bartoldus came by to talk about their 85th annual performance of their namesake’s masterpiece.
Conductor, Victoria Gau, is in her first season as the Music Director of Cantate Chamber Singers. Her second concert with them is JOY – How Can I Keep from Singing?
Israeli-American cellist and Peabody professor, Amit Peled, is presenting a recital around the country called Amit’s Musical Journey. On Sunday, December 8th, it’s Baltimore’s turn.
The Shriver Hall Concert Series presents the American Brass Quintet with a program of music by Anthony Holborne, Joaquin des Prez, Luca Marenzio, and Claudio Monteverdi, along with the world premiere and SHCS commission of “The Glow that Illuminates, The Glare that Obscures” for Brass and Electronics by contemporary composer, Nina C. Young.
Jordan Randall Smith, Hopkins Concert Orchestra Music Director and who will be guest conducting the Hopkins Symphony this Saturday at 7:30, came by to have a chat about how the works on the program (Sibelius’s 7th symphony, Prokofiev’s 3rd piano concerto, and a new work by Shelley Washington) are all from times that people don’t […]
Ann Schein will be playing Chopin with the Peabody Orchestra on Friday evening, and I had a chance to talk to her about the concert and the Concerto.
The Christmas season gets underway with two concerts from the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. Here is their Music Director, Anthony Blake Clark.
The witty cartoons of Mary Petty (1899-1976) appeared in The New Yorker for 39 years. The Mitchell Gallery at St. Johns in Annapolis is honoring her with an exhibition. Here is the gallery’s art educator, Lucinda Edinberg.