Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Kirke Mechem is in town this week to see the staged premiere of his new opera Pride and Prejudice, of course based on the Jane Austen classic. I had a talk with him about how he thinks as a composer.
I had the great pleasure of speaking with Antony Walker, music director of the Washington Concert Opera, about their upcoming performance of Thomas’ Hamlet. https://concertopera.org/events/h19
Chamber Music by Candlelight Join members of the BSO for their next chamber music concert at 2nd Presbyterian Church on St. Paul’s Street on Sunday, November 17 at 7:30pm, followed by a free reception! Here is violinist, Ivan Stefanović, from the Clipper Mill String Quartet.
I recenly had the opportunity to talk to Sam Mungo about the Peabody’s production of “Pride and Prejudice.”
The young German conductor, Ruth Reinhardt, a protegé of Marin Alsop, is leading the Baltimore Symphony this weekend.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company on South Calvert Street is building bridges in more ways than one. Here is their Managing Director, Lesley Malin.
German cellist, Alban Gerhardt, and Filipina pianist, Cecile Licad, will play a recital for the Shriver Hall Concert Series that ranges from Bach to Debussy. Here is the concert series’ Executive Director, Catherine Cochran.
Cornelius C. Bond spent almost ten years working directly with Thomas Rowe Price, Jr. and now he’s written a book called T. Rowe Price: The Man, The Company, and The Investment Philosophy. It’s been published by Wiley.
However, that famous comedy troupe’s influence can definitely be felt in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Dundalk Community Theatre’s current production. The show won the Tony award for Best Musical in 2014 and also nods to Gilbert and Sullivan, Charles Dickens, and perhaps even Downton Abbey. Earlier this week, I spoke with director […]
The chamber ensemble Words & Music will be featured on October 20 with a performance of a commissioned work entitled Found Again. Melissa Coombs of Words & Music joins St. David’s Director of Music Ministries, Douglas Buchanan.