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Choral Arts Classics
Choral Arts Classics revisits a an interview with jazz legend Dave Brubeck.
Tom talks with composers Douglas Buchanan and Michael Rickelton who share their perspectives on the current classical scene, and we’ll hear some of their music performed by the Choral Arts Chamber Chorus. Tune in at 9:00 on Tuesday night, March 26.
On the January and February editions of Choral Arts Classics, Tom welcomes Ray Sprenkle back to the show to discuss the masterpiece that Mozart left unfinished at his death in 1791. His Requiem is one of the most beloved pieces in the classical canon. Tom and Ray will talk about Mozart’s life, and his lasting influence on generations of musicians who followed him. Tune in January 29 and February 26 at 9:00PM for this two-part feast of Mozart’s most beloved choral work, in advance of Choral Arts’ performances of the Requiem with the Baltimore Symphony February 28-March 3.
Tom welcomes Ray Sprenkle back to the show to discuss the masterpiece that Mozart left unfinished at his death in 1791.
Tom talks to the singer, teacher, activist and composer, Dr. Ysaye Barnwell. She's written a poignant and powerful cantata, Fortune's Bones, and we'll talk to her about this fascinating piece, which Choral Arts performed in its Baltimore premiere on November 3, 2012.
Tom talks to Richard Giarusso, the Music Director of the Maryland Choral Society in Southern Maryland, and T. Herbert Dimmock, who leads the Bach Concert Series in Baltimore. The three conductors will talk about the upcoming season, and the state of choral music in Maryland.
A conversation with Cantor Thom King and Rabbi Steven Schwartz from Beth El Congregation about the great Hebrew prophet, Elijah, and a remembrance of Rabbi Mark Loeb. Rabbi Loeb was a passionate music lover, and a frequent collaborator with Baltimore Choral Arts. We'll hear an excerpt from one of Rabbi Loeb's last appearances on Choral Arts Classics, in which he talked with Tom about Mendelssohn's great masterpiece, as a preview to the Choral Arts Society's performance on May 6.
On the March edition of Choral Arts Classics, a look at the genius of George Frederick Handel. Known for centuries as the composer of great oratorios like Messiah, this program will concentrate on Handel's work as a young man, when his tremendous talent and unique voice was just being developed. Historian and popular lecturer Ray Sprenkle returns to Choral Arts Classics to talk with Tom about Handel's early career, and we'll share with you a performance of his first major work, the cantata Dixit Dominus.
On the February edition of Choral Arts Classics, a tribute to Lucille Clifton, the internationally acclaimed poet who was the former poet laureate of Maryland. Tom welcomes Carla DuPree, Executive Director of the Howard County Poetry and Literary Society to discuss the work of Ms. Clifton, her friend and mentor who passed away in 2010. Ms. Clifton's work serves as the inspiration for composer Gwyneth Walker in her “Dreams and Dances,” which will receive its broadcast premiere.
Rachmaninoff: All Night Vigil, Part 2
Actors Kyle Prue and Megan Anderson, along with Everyman Theater dramaturg Naomi Greenberg-Slovin join Tom to talk about their collaboration with Choral Arts in a unique performance of Rachmaninoff’s a cappella masterpiece.