Friday, November 13, 2015

In His Own Words: Timo Andres on Two New Works

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On Sunday, November 15, the Takács Quartet brings us the second of three newly-commissioned works in honor of the SHCS 50th anniversary: Strong Language by Timo Andres. Timo reflects on this string quartet as well as a new piano concerto written for Jonathan Biss.  

Click Here to read Timo's thoughts and don't miss the World Premiere of Strong Language this Sunday at Shriver Hall!

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Tuesday, November 03, 2015

At Home with Timo Andres

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New York-based composer Timo Andres brings us the second of three newly-commissioned works for the SHCS 50th anniversary season. Check out this Q2 interview to learn more about Timo, his artistic process, and what's on his bookshelf!

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Tim Smith Reviews The Montrose Trio's Performance of James Lee III at Shriver Hall!

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"The striking forward thrust at the opening 'Internal Conflicts' movement and the subsequent reflective haze, with its gentle tolling effect from the keyboard, make a strong impression."

-- Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun

Read the full review here!

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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Shriver Hall Celebrates 50th Season with Old and New

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"A glance at the first season of Shriver Hall Concert Series reveals a who's-who of 20th-century classical music luminaries…Fifty seasons later, the series held on the campus of John Hopkins University still impresses."

Read Tim Smith's complete Baltimore Sun article on the 50th Anniversary Season of Shriver Hall Concert Series here!

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Montrose Trio Praises James Lee III

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Temple Visions’ is an exciting work for many reasons – firstly as it is the first commissioned work to be performed by The Montrose Trio. It’s thrilling for us to add innovative new works alongside the more traditional repertoire of masterworks by Beethoven and Brahms. TempleVisions challenges each of us on a high technical level. Each movement has a distinctive character…"

-- Jon Kimura Parker of The Montrose Trio

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