Baltimore-based film company Early Light Media is in the final phase of making "R.A.W.," a documentary about Richard Antoine White, who went from poverty of the streets of Baltimore to mastery of the tuba.
After playing without a contract for three months, musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra agreed to a four-month contract extension of the previous deal while considering a new proposal from management that includes dramatic cuts.
A presentation of Leonard Bernstein's controversial "Mass" will feature more than 500 performers from the Peabody Institute, Morgan State University and other Baltimore organizations, with Marin Alsop conducting, at New Psalmist Baptist Church.
Amid controversy regarding two key players, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra opened its 2018-2019 subscription concert series with music director Marin Alsop conducting works of Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and Schwantner.
Just as its season is about to get into full swing, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been roiled by controversy as details emerge in a case of one top player accusing another of harassment and creating a hostile work environment.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra embarks Aug. 21 on a visit to Scotland, England and Ireland, its first international travel in 13 years and first international tour with music director Marin Alsop, showcasing programs marking the Leonard Bernstein centennial.
Performing Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta "The Mikado," with its dated stereotypes of the Japanese characters, now causes controversy in some cities, something Baltimore's Young Victorian Theatre Company seeks to avoid as it prepares to stage the work.
As the national tour production of the jukebox musical "On Your Feet" heads to Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre, the star, handpicked by Gloria Estefan to portray her, and music director talk about the show and its messages.