Posts Tagged ‘Shriver Hall Concert Series’
The Shriver Hall Concert Series is already looking ahead to its 2022–2023 season and Executive Director, Catherine Cochran, came in to talk about it.
In his mission to demonstrate that the harpsichord has a modern face too, Mahan Esfahani presents a program for the Shriver Hall Concert Series that marries Baroque with 21st-century composers.
Siblings, Isata Kanneh-Mason, pianist, and Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cellist, will be on the Shriver Hall Concert Series stage this Sunday, following their sensational Baltimore debut in 2019 on the Discovery Series. I spoke with Isata by phone.
Shriver Hall Concert Series is presenting mezzo-soprano, Sasha Cooke, with pianist, Kirill Kuzmin, in a recital that coincides with the release of their new CD, how do i find you?, an album of words and music written in 2020, portraying the range of human experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic. I spoke by phone with […]
Junction Trio is made up of Stefan Jackiw, violin; Conrad Tao, piano, and Jay Campbell, cello—each of them internationally recognized soloists in their own right. I spoke with Conrad Tao about the trio’s performance for Shriver Hall Concert Series.
Shriver Hall Concert Series presents pianist, Paul Lewis, CBE, in a program of Mendelssohn, Mozart, Scriabin, and Mussorgsky for his much anticipated Baltimore recital debut on December 12th.
“A marvel of single-minded phrasing and airtight ensemble.” – The Washington Post Shriver Hall Concert Series opens the 2021-2022 season on Sunday, November 14th with a live concert presenting the Miró Quartet. Here is the quartet’s cellist and founding member, Joshua Gindele.
The early music group Quicksilver will be featured in a Shriver Hall Concert Series virtual performance at 5:30 PM on Sunday, available on demand for a week thereafter. Violinist and co-director JULIE ANDRIJESKI gave me some wonderful insights into this rarefied field.
The McGill-McHale-trio—an intriguing combination of clarinet, flute, and piano—is presenting a virtual program of French and American works for the Shriver Hall Concert Series. It was my pleasure to speak by phone with flutist Demarre McGill.
From the San Francisco Conservatory, Garrick Ohlsson and Kirill Gerstein will present a two-piano virtual recital of Rachmaninov, Busoni, and Ravel for the Shriver Hall Concert Series on Sunday, November 8th. They give their insights into this more unusual repertoire.