Here is a link to our first Podcast of the season. In this podcast, music lover and MIGH board member Jerry Green sits down with the artists from Times Two, violinist Netanel Draiblate and pianist Lura Johnson, to discuss the music they have chosen to play for us and to give us a few musical [...]
The FLEISHER DUO Sunday, April 28 House opens at 1:30 PM Concert begins at 2:00 PM We appreciate your patience in advance, as lines may form at will call. If you have already purchased your ticket, you will find it held under your name at WILL CALL. If you have yet to pay for your [...]
Welcome to Music in the Great Hall’s 40th Anniversary season! This title, which takes its inspiration from the final movement of Prokofiev’s ballet Cinderella, represents our exploration of the many kinds of love… romantic, star-crossed, brotherly, patriotic, and more. A very special Valentine’s Eve cabaret show makes our 40th season a true celebration of love [...]
Claire Chase, flutist and co-founder and director of the Chicago and New York-based International Contemporary Ensemble, appeared in March of 2011 on the Music in the Great Hall stage alongside percussionist Svet Stoyanov in a thrilling program entitled Electric Counterpoint which was received with great enthusiasm in the MIGH community. Claire has now joined the [...]
The Series Opener was a Smash! On Sunday, September 9, Music in the Great Hall presented a fabulous concert featuring the Bryant Park Quartet, in their first performance of three this year in Baltimore, joined by BSO concertmaster Jonathan Carney and MIGH Artistic Director Lura Johnson in a concert that had audiences on their feet! [...]
NPR ran a story last week on its daily news program All Things Considered called “Following Claire Chase: A Week in the Life of a Working Musician.” This sensational flutist is gaining a considerable national reputation for herself, and Music in the Great Hall is very proud to be presenting her in recital, alongside percussionist [...]
Virginia Reinecke, co-founder of Music in the Great Hall back in 1974, will play a recital this weekend on a concert which celebrates her 90th birthday. Tim Smith of the Baltimore Sun describes her as “gregarious” and “tireless.” Click here to read the entire article.
On January 16, 2011, Music in the Great Hall proudly presented young clarinetist Gleb Kanasevich, the 2010 winner of the Yale and Peggy Gordon Trust Concerto Competition held annually at the Peabody Institute of Music. Gleb and several colleagues from Peabody, pianist Hui-Chuan Chen and cellist Dorotea Racz, played a recital to include Brahms Clarinet [...]