Mark Bramble, co-librettist of '42nd Street' stage musical, dies
Mark Bramble, a McDonough School graduate who went on to Broadway and London theater, won three Tony Awards.
Grammy nominee Gallant's musical foundation includes 'anchor to Columbia'
When first-time Grammy-nominee Gallant moved into his Los Angeles home a few years ago, he chose a bedroom with a window overlooking the woods because it reminded him of his view growing up in Columbia.
Asia, Franken-band consisting of former members of the Buggles and Roxy Music, to play Annapolis in May
Weekend musical pleasures: Concert Artists of Baltimore, Emerson Quartet
Shriver Hall Concert Series announces 45th season lineup
One more report on Dresden Music Festival and Jan Vogler's vision for the enterprise
PEOPLE & PLACES
Performance revives oft-forgotten history of a black company
Celebrating the viola, really
Composer on the fast track
Shostakovich and his symphony secrets
Stevens Forest concert features array of student, faculty talent
Hampstead Elementary students to 'Celebrate You and Me'
'Happy End' marks start of another Holiday in actress' career
Candlelight Concert Series goes for diversity
Mobile Fidelity's new LPs sound better than the company's CDs
'RING' on the Range Take Wagner, add country-western, get 'Das Barbecu'
A musical journey well worth the effort
Season promises its fair share of high notes Season of Choice Fall PREVIEW CLASSICAL MUSIC
Come Clean: It's National Honesty Day
Lady Day Comes Home
String quartet plays for Candlelight group HOWARD COUNTY DIVERSIONS
Among classical music lovers, schedule raises hopes for months of great listening
Quartet needs to dig for emotional depth
Prestigious Emerson Quartet shows more surface than depth
Economy season still promises plenty of excitement
Chamber music performers from N.Y. find audiences in Maryland knowledgeable A WORLD OF ARTS IN COLUMBIA