Bethesda Artist’s ‘America: Remember’ Display Commemorates Those Who Died from Covid-19
Oct 07, 2021
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Oct 01 - Oct 02, 2021
James Conlon makes his BSO conducting debut with a program that raises the voices of composers silenced throughout history.
James Conlon makes his BSO conducting debut with a program that raises the voices of composers silenced throughout history. William Levi Dawson, an African American composer, garnered a great deal of short-lived attention in 1934 when his Negro Folk Symphony was premiered by Leopold Stokowski and The Philadelphia Orchestra. Alexander von Zemlinsky, a prominent composer in the 1920s, was suppressed by the Nazi regime. His Die Seejungfrau (The Mermaid) is a lyrical symphonic poem based onView more
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1212 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Aug 19, 2021