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Alban Gerhardt and Cecile Licad on 'Summer Nights with SHCS on WBJC' this Sat, Sep 12

Sep 09, 2020

Alban Gerhardt has, for 25 years, made a unique impact on audiences worldwide with his intense musicality, compelling stage presence, and insatiable artistic curiosity. He was joined by longtime recital partner pianist Cecile Licad. Acclaimed as “a particularly fine duo, working emotionally in unison" (The Telegraph, London), they performed a program of Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, and Franck’s luminous sonata in Shriver Hall on November 10, 2019. 

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Jerusalem Quartet on 'Summer Nights with SHCS on WBJC' this Sat, Aug 29

Aug 25, 2020

Over the past two decades, the Jerusalem Quartet has consistently garnered accolades and acclaim for its “passion, precision, warmth, a gold blend” (The Times, London). This masterful performance opens with works by Haydn and the 20th-century master Shostakovich, and concludes with Brahms’ intense and restless first quartet.  This Saturday’s broadcast also includes a never before heard interview with violist Ori Kam and Jonathan Palvesky.

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Pianist Conrad Tao on 'Summer Nights with SHCS on WBJC' this Sat, Aug 15

Aug 12, 2020

Just 25 years old, Conrad Tao has appeared worldwide as a pianist and composer, and has been dubbed a musician of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision” by The New York Times. A recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant and Gilmore Young Artist Award, he made his Baltimore Recital Debut on Shriver Hall Concert Series’ stage on April 7, 2019. An electrifying performance, he dazzled the audience with his remarkable musicianship and surprised them with his bare feet! Read more about him in The New York Times’ profile a few months after this concert.

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Cellist Johannes Moser on 'Summer Nights with SHCS on WBJC' this Sat, Aug 1

Jul 30, 2020

German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser, hailed for his "radiant playing" (The Baltimore Sun) and pianist Anna Polonsky, known for her "appealing touch" (The New York Times) welcomed audiences back to Shriver Hall in March 2019 following its 18-month renovation. Hosted by Jonathan Palevsky, enjoy their performance this Saturday as part of Summer Nights with Shriver Hall Concert Series on WBJC!

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