Concert Artists takes its music to different hall
Partygoers 'monopolize' for Kidney Foundation
Hall, Choral Arts perform Bach cantatas masterfully
Center Stage schedules avant-garde performances
Scholarly conference associated with playGeorge Farquhar's Restoration...
Baltimore arts get special notice during October
ArtSalute gives nod to Maryland artists
Fall social season begins
Season promises its fair share of high notes Season of Choice Fall PREVIEW CLASSICAL MUSIC
Local groups seek performers, artists
CityArts grants awarded in Baltimore
State gives $2.85 million to arts groups
Rachmaninov's 'Vespers' gets an understanding performance
State arts groups get more than $1.5 million from NEA
'Nabucco': early Verdi lovingly produced
* The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce...
Museum of Industry says, 'Thank you'
Choral Arts meets demands of Mozart
'Couchbuster' takes you to performances
Jewish history museum is accredited
The Camden Club brims with fun at Madhatters Ball for charity
Yuri Temirkanov to conduct at the MeyerhoffYuri...
The Glory of the Lord, Revealed by Amateurs
Local foundation pledges $1 million for Baltimore arts
Concert to provide 'Harvest for Hungry'
Italians throw birthday bash for the guv
Bach's 'Christmas Oratorio' soars when performed by Choral Arts
MUSICBach, Handel share stageIf J. S. Bach...
The city's finest are riding to win in competition at Pimlico
Peter Schickele performs in a one-man showPeter...
Cockpit in Court to perform in Japan
Jeanne H. FeinbergConcert organizerJeanne Harriet Feinberg, who...
Meyerhoff Hall: 10 years as home to BSO, symbol of arts
Among classical music lovers, schedule raises hopes for months of great listening
Film series opens at the Walters"The Last...
Chanticleer, BCAS 'battle' and win
PETER 'P.D.Q. BACH' SCHICKELE WANTS TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY -- SOMETIMES
Without P.D.Q. Bach, Peter Schickele gets serious, sort of
'American Buffalo' opens tomorrow"American Buffalo" -- David...
Choral society will perform Handel's 'Messiah' todayToday...
Easter festivities fill the events calendar for young and old alike
Baltimore CityESCAPEE ARRESTED: Western District -- A...
Kenneth Witmer, was operatic, lyric baritoneServices for...
How Much Will You Pay for Something Beautiful?
PIANIST SASLAV TO PLAY MUSIC OF BERLIN IN WMC DEBUT
BSO, Opera did good work despite the bad economy THE YEAR IN REVIEW Stephen Wigler HTCSO: Sun Music Critic
Champagne flows and quips fly at the festive 'Unveiling of Vel'
Holiday events keep spirit of giving in mind