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firstname.lastname@example.orgChristmas is coming, and you're trying to tackle that gift list by making as many gifts as possible, but you've got as much craftiness in you as a Yule log. So what do you do? First, remember that Christmas and other end-of-year holidays are times to get...
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Saturday Plus Paul Swartz will discuss and sign his book, “Love Above All Else.” 2 p.m. today. Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington St., downtown Hagerstown. Free with admission of $5 to $7; free for ages 3 and younger. Call 301-790-0076 or...
email@example.comEditor's note: The If You Go box has been updated on Wednesday, April 4 Dreams really do come true. The Texas Tenors are living proof. Marcus Collins, JC Fisher and John Hagen will take The Maryland Theatre stage with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra...
A Middletown, Md., native who said she is interested in finding new Maryland Symphony Orchestra fans from a variety of age groups, economic backgrounds and regions has been hired as the organization’s new executive director, MSO officials said...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Maryland Symphony Orchestra is hot. Its 30th anniversary Masterworks series will open with a program that “is sure to set the place on fire musically,” Music Director Elizabeth Schulze wrote in an email. The concert will open with the...
MSO concert a treat for those who appreciate classical music To the editor: This morning’s MSO concert report (March 21) which appeared on page A3 concluded with a few concert-goers who had no idea what the music was about, nor did they really...
email@example.comJim Owen began studying piano when he was 6 years old. Classical music was the reason he wanted to learn to play the instrument. A couple of years later, he heard The Beatles and he started playing guitar. "I think I'm a lot like so many people who...
Ever wonder what longhairs listen to when they let their hair down? Once upon a time, when conductors were regarded as remote intellectual titans, no one would have thought to ask. Marin Alsop, music director of the Baltimore Symphony, once described...
With all the usual fresh-look-forward talk prompted by the new year, it's a good time to consider broadening your musical horizons to include performances presented by groups that might have been off your radar. Baltimore is not just fortunate to have...
Tags: Inner Harbor, Education, Culture, Music, Baltimore Museum of Art
A quarter-century ago, Myrna and Bob Weaver wished for a musical venue for children to learn, play and enjoy classical music. The first Florida Youth Orchestra, in 1988, tuned to the melodies of 54 instruments played by adolescent fingers. For...
Tags: Education, Schools, Culture, Music, Miami (Miami-Dade, Florida)
Big changes appear to be in store for Avery Fisher Hall, one of the country's most prominent classical music venues. The New York Times has reported that the hall, at Lincoln Center, is scheduled to undergo major renovations and a redesign that would...
Hartford CourantThe National Endowment for the Artsgave out its lastest round of grants, giving 12 Connecicut arts organizations a total of $345,000 for various projects. Outgoing Chairman Rocco Landesman announced the arts agency will award 832 grants totaling $23.3...
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