It's not Christmas without 'Messiah'
The Big Three
Choral Arts hits new note: Emmy Award
'Czar' ends his reign: Temirkanov bows out
It's almost heaven with all this Mahler
A summer's worth of popular classics
'L'elisir' performance is satisfying, spirited
Rare performance of liturgical 'Sacred Service' a 'don't-miss' event
Hearing 'a voice of God' in Mozart
MPT hits its goal with $601,559 pledged Favorite: Public television viewers promised the most support during the program featuring Yanni in concert.
Apocalypse exhibit gets extension Show: Visionary art show about the end of the world will now close in April.
Eight-day sale of artworks raises funds for choral society
TCAdventure Under the Big Top' benefits children's...
Creative Alliance to match grant funds Money: Fells Point Creative Alliance receives a $10,000 challenge from the Baltimore Community Foundation.
A crowning moment for Choral Arts Society
Signing and reading at Center Stage
King's Singers are grand even if 'Billy' disappoints
The outlaw as musical inspiration Concert: Billy the Kid's life and motivation are the center a composition being premiered at the Meyerhoff.
Ondaatje's 'Billy the Kid'
For those who like to party, it's time to pull out the datebook
Radio brings you the songs of Christmas Programming: Hours and hours of classical and contemporary holiday music are scheduled by local stations.
BSO musicians are coming to classrooms
Festival of Trees helps kick off Lower Shore's holiday season
Donald Wilkinson King, 67, organist for churches, temples
Everyman's elegant 'Amadeus' jTC
Levin's take on 'Requiem' invokes subtlety of Mozart
Students invited to say why they love Baltimore Contest: High school juniors, seniors eligible. Top prize is $10,000 scholarship. Deadline is Dec. 1.
Choral Arts to perform new 'Requiem' edition Music: Opening of society's 31st season will feature commentary by notable Mozart scholar.
Collector finds biggest collectable is home A passion for antiques restores Victorian house in historic Lutherville
Remembering Clemmie Peterson Good deeds: Philanthropist gave millions -- and her time -- to local institutions.
Clementine L. Peterson, 102, gave millions to arts, education
Treasures of the Season FALL FINE ARTS PREVIEW
Midori, McFerrin in BSO concerts Classical Music; Treasures of the Season; Fall Fine Arts Preview
Young collectors to learn about 'sporting paintings'
Mechanic is offering new 'Flex' ticket plan
'Seven Guitars' on the schedule Theater: Center Stage will present the August Wilson play next spring. Also coming: 'Romeo and Juliet' and Bertolt Brecht's 'Galileo.'
Portraits go to Mount Clare Collection: Historic house-museum now has 16 pictures of Carroll family members.
Choral Arts lists concerts
Choral Arts' program shows Handel's theft
His voice rises above rest Director: Nathan Carter has directed Morgan State's choir to international acclaim and now is reaching the ears -- and pockets -- of a broader local following.
TRUE TO HER CONVICTIONS Five years ago, Janice Chandler gave up a chance at music fame because of her religious beliefs. Today, she is again poised on the threshold of a brilliant career, with her principles intact.
'King David' another jewel in Choral Arts Society crown
Harford college looks at Broadway
Ruth P. Graef, 62, church choir directorRuth...
Social scene springs up as winter winds down