Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
IN Series presents their new angle on Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, simply titled Butterfly, at Baltimore Theatre Project on September 28th and 29th. If you’re seeing this before that week, you can still go see the performance in DC at the Source Theater, where there will also be a performance in English. I talked with artistic […]
You may have seen in this month’s First Impression an allusion to an interview I did with Marilyn Nonken, the author of the excellent and important new book Identity and Diversity in New Music. Here that is; listen and then go read!
The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College in Annapolis is presenting an exhibition called American Impression: Treasures from the Daywood Collection though October 27. Lucinda Edinberg is the gallery’s Art Educator.
From The World Refugee Crisis to How to Build a Quantam Computer, the Odyssey Program at Johns Hopkins University is presenting another semester of thought provoking courses. Here is the program’s Director, Douglas Blackstone.
The opening event of the 2019-2020 Recital and Evensong series on September 15 will focus on the music of women—including Hildegard von Bingen and the chamber duo, Whistling Hens. Douglas Buchanan is the Director of Music Ministries at St. David’s.
The In Series has had an excellent season in artistic director Tim Nelson’s first year, and he closes the season by stage and music directing his own interpretation of Handel’s Serse, which ends its DC run this weekend (June 8-9) at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, and comes to Baltimore Theater Project June 14-16. I […]
International, Grammy-nominated, celebrated and yet-to-be celebrated artists will converge on Havre de Grace for the inaugural jazz and blues fest from June 7-9. Singer-committee director, Suzanne Chadwick, has more.
I recently had the opportunity to talk to Jarl Hulbert about the 2019 William Knabe International Piano Competition.
The Mitchell Gallery on the campus of St. Johns College in Annapolis is presenting their Bi-Annual Juried Exhibition: Image & Imagination. Here is the gallery’s Art Educator, Lucinda Edinberg.
This Saturday and Sunday, conductor Peter Oundjian will lead the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 11, “The Year 1905,” and BSO Concertmaster Jonathan Carney will perform the iconic Violin Concerto by Brahms. Recently Peter Oundjian joined me to illuminate one of Shostakovich’s most powerful and compelling symphonies. https://www.bsomusic.org/calendar/events/2018-2019-events/brahms-violin-concerto/