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  • Darthea Redding Kerr

    Darthea Redding Kerr
    Darthea Redding Kerr, a soprano vocalist who worked as executive assistant to the National Symphony Orchestra and personnel manager of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, died Aug. 16 of cancer at her home in Essex.
  • BSO salutes legacy of Harriet Tubman with new composition

    BSO salutes legacy of Harriet Tubman with new composition
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is all about brand-new this month. Two weeks after premiering David T. Little's Baltimore-inspired "Charm," the BSO is set to premiere another commissioned work — "Chuphshah! Harriet's Drive to Canaan," by James...

    Teel Time: November football schedule a unique chance for ACC to court Notre Dame for all sports

    Teel Time: November football schedule a unique chance for ACC to court Notre Dame for all sports
    This is the ACC’s chance, a unique, seemingly fated, three-weekend window to lure Notre Dame into a conference with more Irish connections than a Kennedy compound barbecue. The opportunity starts Friday when Notre Dame’s football traveling...

    Gregory Ruffer to be artistic director of Tampa youth symphony

     
    Gregory Ruffer, who Central Floridians remember fondly as founder of the Orlando Chorale, has a new job. Ruffer, who also worked with Orlando Ballet and Orlando Opera, will be artistic director of the Patel Conservatory Youth Orchestra at Tampa's Straz...

    Conductor Leonard Slatkin: Looking forward after two rough years

     
    In his last two turbulent years Leonard Slatkin saw himself skewered for an opening-night performance at the Met and months before that scandal he suffered a heart attack on the podium in Rotterdam. And then there was that strike in Detroit.