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Tim Smith

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Tim Smith was The Sun’s fine arts critic, covering classical music, theater and visual arts. Before starting at The Sun in 2000, Smith was classical critic for the Sun-Sentinel in South Florida, where he also contributed to NPR. He's written for The New York Times and BBC Music Magazine. His book, The NPR Curious Listener's Guide to Classical Music (Perigee, 2002), can be found on the most discerning remainder racks.

Recent Articles

  • Barrett's Grill is no ordinary mall restaurant

    Barrett's Grill is no ordinary mall restaurant

    When I was a lad, no one headed to a mall for fine dining or rhapsodized about eating at a hotel. Sure is a different story now. You can find a particularly persuasive example of what I mean at Hunt Valley Towne Centre. Behind that precious spelling is just another sprawling outdoor complex of...

  • Baltimore Symphony to make first overseas tour in 13 years

    Baltimore Symphony to make first overseas tour in 13 years

    The last time the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ventured across the Atlantic was in the fall of 2005 for a tour that became a highlight of Yuri Temirkanov’s final season as music director. His successor, Marin Alsop, will be at the helm when the BSO returns to Europe in August after an absence of...

  • Orwell's 'Animal Farm' stings at Center Stage

    Orwell's 'Animal Farm' stings at Center Stage

    You’re probably tired of hearing about vintage literary works that seem more relevant than ever. After all, the great ones will always speak in one way or another to contemporary issues, decade after decade. But let’s face it. Some pieces just scream “timely” louder than others, especially right...

  • Everyman Theatre to explore food, family, life and death in 'Aubergine'

    Everyman Theatre to explore food, family, life and death in 'Aubergine'

    When Everyman Theatre artistic director Vincent Lancisi saw the Off Broadway premiere production of Julia Cho’s “Aubergine” in 2016, he found himself hooked from the opening monologue of the play. That speech is delivered by a woman who relates culinary adventures of a foodie, but also how even...

  • Despite slow service, The Grill at Harryman House offers plenty of reasons to linger

    Despite slow service, The Grill at Harryman House offers plenty of reasons to linger

    The handsome structure of The Grill at Harryman House on Reisterstown’s Main Street conjures up solid, 19th-century values, while inside the appealing spaces include restored rooms of the original log cabin built on the site by Samuel Harryman in the late 1700s. This history-rich property has been...

  • Center Stage season to include Tony-winning 'Fun Home,' Paula Vogel hit, world premiere

    Center Stage season to include Tony-winning 'Fun Home,' Paula Vogel hit, world premiere

    For its 56th season, Baltimore Center Stage will deliver a production of the Tony Award-winning musical “Fun Home” and the recent New York hit “Indecent,” along with an American theater classic and a world premiere. The 2018-2019 lineup begins in September with a revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,”...

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