Posts Tagged ‘Handel Choir of Baltimore’

Apr. 16 2018

Sérénité with the Handel Choir of Baltimore

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

      The Handel Choir of Baltimore is presenting the Requiems of Fauré and Duruflé in a concert conducted by Brian Bartoldus. He came in to talk about the program.          

Apr. 24 2017

Soul Seeds with the Handel Choir of Baltimore

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In a program called Soul Seeds, conductor, Arian Khaefi, and the Handel Choir of Baltimore explore how composers use texts – ranging from Gaelic poetry to the Hebrew alphabet – to create their own musical vocabulary.        

Feb. 28 2017

Handel Choir of Baltimore the Choir of St. David’s join forces

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

      Inspired by the gastronomical movement, farm-to-table, this “sustainably sourced” concert includes flavors from our own backyard, with works by several Baltimore and Maryland-based composers, including Douglas Buchanan, who came in with Handel Choir’s Arian Khaefi to talk about it.  

Dec. 06 2016

‘Tis the Season!

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

  The Handel Choir of Baltimore is starting the holiday spirit with the iconic work of their namesake: Messiah. Arian Khaefi, their Artistic Director & Conductor, came in to talk about the two upcoming concerts.      

Feb. 07 2013

I’d Be Like Cleopatterer…

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

If only Janet Stephens would do my hair! Ms. Stephens is a local hairstylist – she works at Studio 912 Salon and Day Spa. I’ve seen her (fabulous) contemporary work on the head of a friend and local singer, Janet Boynton Simons. The two women used to sing together in the Handel Choir of Baltimore, […]

Apr. 17 2012

Semele’s Obscurity: A Handel Scandal!

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One would think Handel’s Semele should have been an immediate hit & taken its place in the standard repertoire. Besides Handel’s music, the piece features a libretto by William Congreve, the plot of which is replete with elements of grand opera & mythology. Who doesn’t like to hear great tunes, plus tales of gods & […]

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