Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Pianist Roman Rabinovich Gives Baltimore Premiere of Surfaces this Saturday

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Composer Michael Brown's Surfaces receives its Baltimore premiere this Saturday in a recital by pianist and visual artist Roman Rabinovich.


Wednesday, July 06, 2016

Greg Sandow's Take on the Future of Classical Music

Posted by: dmaloney

"What’s distinctive about you? What can you offer that no one else can?

It doesn’t have to be something earthshaking. It can be something modest, as long as it’s truthful, and comes from your heart."

An interesting read on the future of classical music and our job as administrators to communicate that artistic message:

CLICK HERE to read the full article!


Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Tim Smith Praises "admirably fresh program" from soprano Nicole Cabell

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The Baltimore Sun reviews soprano Nicole Cabell's recent Shriver Hall Concert Series debut, noting her "admirably fresh program" and "vibrant personality." 

"Nicole Cabell turned on the charm and the vibrant tone in an imaginative recital program at Shriver Hall," says Tim Smith.  We completely agree!

CLICK HERE to read the full review! 


Monday, March 07, 2016

"Shriver Hall Concert Series has put together a sterling season for 2016-2017"

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"I've seen Shriver Hall Concert Series put together some fine seasons. The 2016-17 lineup may be the best yet," says The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith of the 2016-17 season.

CLICK HERE for Tim's full review!

CLICK HERE to get your 2016-17 subscription today! 


Thursday, February 18, 2016

Tim Smith Lauds SHCS Performance Featuring Shaham, Knights, and Leshnoff!

Posted by: dmaloney

Tim Smith of The Baltimore Sun reviews Sunday night's concert with Gil Shaham & The Knights, featuring the World Premiere of Jonathan Leshnoff's Chamber Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: "Shaham played with exquisite tenderness throughout the opening movement and demonstrated equally impressive confidence and control in the finale. The Knights gave him sure, sensitivity backing, conducted by Eric Jacobsen, the ensemble's founding co-artistic director." 

CLICK HERE to read the full article!


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