10 years in, Peabody-BSO Conducting Fellowship has seen great success — and a full-circle journey for one
In 10 years, the Peabody-BSO Conducting Fellow project has honed several talents who now enjoy careers. The first fellow, Joseph Young, is back at Peabody this year as director of ensembles.
BSO's OrchKids launches first online fundraising for summer program
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's OrchKids tries crowd-funding for first time, seeks to raise $10,000 online to support summer programs.
BSO to launch New Music Festival in July
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and music director Marin Alsop will launch a New Music Festival in July, featuring works by Polish composer/soprano Agata Zubel.
BSO receives $400,000 grant from Wallace Foundation for new concert series
As part of $52 million Wallace Foundation national audience-building initiative, the Baltimore Symphony receives $400,000 for new series featuring orchestra players and indie artists.
'Video Games Live' comes to play this weekend with the BSO
'Video Games Live' gives the symphonic treatment to music from 'Pac-Man,' 'Beyond Good & Evil' and everything in between.
Looking ahead to 2012-13 season: Washington Performing Arts Society
Los Angeles Philharmonic's latest simulcast at cinemas focuses on Brahms
Juan Diego Florez inaugurates WNO's Placido Domingo Celebrity Series
Los Angeles Philharmonic launches live-to-movie-theater concerts
Latest threat in conducting world comes from a three-year-old
Kristen Toedtman and Abby Mott: Years and miles apart, a duo reunites
A grateful nod to Bernard Herrmann and his Wagnerian 'Vertigo' score
Young conductor gets major post: Yannick Nezet-Seguin to Philadelphia Orchestra
Gustavo Dudamel, Los Angeles Philharmonic make notable impact in DC concert
Composer/conductor John Adams in concert with members of NSO, Conservatory Project
Baltimore Symphony's OrchKids program gets a shout-out on '60 Minutes'
Baltimore Symphony's OrchKids project to get mention on 60 Minutes
Gustavo Dudamel bows out of concert due to injury
New York Report (Part 2): Alan Gilbert at the helm of the New York Philharmonic
County supervisor asks Los Angeles Opera to remove Wagner focus from 'Ring' fest
Charles Theatre to hold music/art event to mark opening of 'The Soloist'
Gustavo Dudamel, Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra deliver incendiary performance at Kennedy Center
Tortelier makes welcome return to BSO podium; Repin is slow-to-burn violin soloist
Great orchestras, singers, pianists and more in Washington Performing Arts Society's 2009-10 season
Temirkanov cancels again
Gustavo Dudamel, living up to the 'Twilight'-level hype
Tovey conducts a little electricity
The Big Three
Lively mix is classic Slatkin
Marilyn N. Gerle
Columbia Orchestra, chorale celebrate 'Secrets of Grace'
Applause When the Moment is Right; Bravo: Listening to the music gives an audience the clues it needs to know when to start clapping.
Energy and iciness in Bartok recordings
Midori, McFerrin in BSO concerts Classical Music; Treasures of the Season; Fall Fine Arts Preview
Plenty of horns
Zubin Mehta has a lifetime commitment to Israeli orchestra In Perfect Harmony
BSO and Zinman were triumphant on trip to Japan CLASSICAL
Los Angeles Philharmonic is uneven
Two hours out of Tokyo, BSO takes Fuji by storm THE BSO'S ASIA TOUR
Violinist's passion and beauty inspire awe all around the globe Center of Attention THE BSO'S ASIA TOUR
Low-key Hamlisch making it up as he goes along
Mehta and Israel Philharmonic: a marriage of passion
AN EXTRAVAGANT TALENT
Discoveries at the B
Anne Meyers, like her heroes, goes right to the point
Garden club show to offer lessons in Christmas decorating
Teen-age violinist Leila Josefowicz will give free...
BSO, joining growing list of orchestras in debt, anticipates a deficit this year