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Jewish Times Features Leshnoff and Shaham Ahead of Shriver Hall Premiere!

Feb 11, 2016

Baltimore Jewish Times has just published a feature previewing composer Jonathan Leshnoff's new Chamber Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. The new work, commissioned by Shriver Hall Concert Series as part of its 50th anniversary "Born in Baltimore" project, receives its World Premiere this weekend with internationally-renowned violinist Gil Shaham.

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Tim Smith Praises Europa Galante's "consistent technical polish" during Shriver Hall performance!

Jan 20, 2016

The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith reviews the January 17 concert featuring Europa Galante and Fabio Biondi: "The musicians deftly spotlighted all the distinctive nuances -- from the downright noble depth of the Andante in a D major Concerto by Vivaldi (the crescendo had terrific power) to the wildly dancing finale of a Sinfonia by Giovanni Porta and the surprise turns that cap a Sinfonia by Nicola Porpora."

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Tim Smith and Charles Downey Name SHCS Concerts as Top Picks for 2016

Jan 06, 2016

The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith and Charles Downey of Ionarts announce their top concert choices for Winter/Spring 2016!  Included are Shriver Hall Concert Series performances by Europa Galante, Gil Shaham & The Knights, and Nicole Cabell.  Don't miss these stellar artists as they take the Shriver Hall stage to bring you the very best in classical music in Baltimore!

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SHCS Makes List of Best Classical Music Performed in Baltimore 2015!

Dec 21, 2015

The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith has announced his list of the best classical music performances in Baltimore in 2015. Shriver Hall Concert Series makes the list with the January performance by Gidon Kremer, Giedre Dirvanauskaite, and Daniil Trifonov! Thanks to these three stellar artists and here's to more outstanding concerts in 2016!

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In His Own Words: Timo Andres on Two New Works

Nov 13, 2015

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.  

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