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  • Baltimore music 'giant' J. Spencer Hammond to be honored in concert

    Baltimore music 'giant' J. Spencer Hammond to be honored in concert
    UPDATE: After two weather-caused delays, the concert has been rescheduled for 4 p.m. April 19
  • Aubrey Maurice Murphy

    Aubrey Maurice Murphy
    Aubrey Maurice Murphy, an acclaimed pianist, organist, conductor and vocal coach who had been a fixture on the Baltimore music scene since the 1960s, died Jan. 27 of prostate cancer at the Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital on Loch Raven Boulevard in...

    Opera Philadelphia delivers East Coast premiere of 'Oscar'

    Opera Philadelphia delivers East Coast premiere of 'Oscar'
    Oscar Wilde might have said, as he did about books, that operas are "well-written, or badly written -- that is all." And he probably would have considered "Oscar," now receiving its East Coast premiere from Opera Philadelphia, to be well-written. I would,...

    BSO delivers persuasive performance of Mahler's Third Symphony

    BSO delivers persuasive performance of Mahler's Third Symphony
    In one of the most often quoted lines by Gustav Mahler, the composer declares that, "To me, 'symphony' means constructing a world with all the technical means at one's disposal." That applies, more or less, to all of his symphonies, but he was speaking...

    BSO welcomes new year with joyous Beethoven

    BSO welcomes new year with joyous Beethoven
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has charged into the new year delivering a message of cheer and brotherhood. Yes, that means Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the one with the choral “Ode to Joy” at the end. Never mind that the BSO...