Posts Tagged ‘Shriver Hall Concert Series’
The Tetzlaff-Tetzlaff-Dörken Trio for Shriver Concerts
The Tetzlaff-Tetzlaff-Vogt Trio was scheduled to make their fourth North America tour this spring. Following the tragic death from cancer of pianist, Lars Vogt, last year, the Tetzlaffs invited his former student, Kiveli Dörken, to join them on the tour. I spoke with cellist, Tanja Tetzlaff, about their […]
Shriver Concerts welcomes double bassist Joseph Conyers and “Norma”
Double bass player, Joseph Conyers, joins the Dover Quartet for a performance of Dvořák’s String Quintet in G major on the Shriver Hall Concert Series. It was my pleasure to catch up with him by phone to talk about the February 26th concert.
Pianist, Daniil Trifanov for Shriver Hall
“Without question the most astounding pianist of our age” —The Times, London The Russian-born pianist, Daniil Trifonov, who now makes his home in New York City, returns to Shriver Hall for a massive program of Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Mozart, Ravel, and Scriabin. Catherine Cochran, Executive Director of Shriver Hall Concert Series, came in to talk […]
Bass-baritone Davóne Tines’ Baltimore debut at Shriver Concerts
Devóne Tines originated the leading role in the world premiere of Terence Blanchard’s opera, Fire Shut Up in My Bones, and The New Yorker claims that “Davóne Tines is changing what it means to be a classical singer.” Now, he is making his Baltimore debut on the Shriver Hall Concert Series. […]
Cellist Steven Isserlis plays the The Piatigorsky Memorial Concert
British cellist, Steven Isserlis, and his longtime collaborator, the Canadian pianist, Connie Shih, will end their nine-concert tour of North America with a recital for the Shriver Hall Concert Series this Sunday. It was my great pleasure to speak with him by phone beforehand.
Shriver Hall Concert Series causes a Ruckus
“Johann Sebastian Bach was a master of architecture. His music is like a beautiful empty home. There’s nothing in it, but the architecture is incredible, and then you get to go and do the interior design.” – Emi Ferguson Early music continuo band Ruckus, described as “the world’s only period-instrument rock band” is opening the […]
Shriver Hall’s ’22–’23 season
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.
Iranian-American harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani at Shriver Concerts
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.
One of the members of the stellar Kanneh-Mason musical family
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.
“How Do I Find You?” Sasha Cooke reflects on the pandemic through song
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 […]