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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Baltimore, MD, Estados Unidos

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BaltimoreBeethoven Ninth

Esmail, Beethoven
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; Wordsmith

BaltimoreSummer Sunset Concert Featuring Instrumental Works By Handel, Zelenka & Vivaldi

Zelenka, Handel, Vivaldi, Bach
Bach In Baltimore Orchestra; Kimberly Valerio
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Familiar and rare Beethoven in Baltimore

An all-Beethoven concert by Markus Stenz and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra provided an opportunity to hear familiar, not-so-familiar and downright rare repertoire from the master's pen.

Glittering Glazunov in Baltimore

The concertmasters of America's top orchestras rival the talents of the world's greatest violinists.  This was proven again in BSO leader Jonathan Carney's thrilling performance of Glazunov's Violin Concerto.

Debussy, Don Juan and more from Venzago

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra under guest conductor Mario Venzago presented a concert of familiar fare that were treated to exemplary performances. 

The arts rule: evocative Lakmé in Baltimore

The Baltimore Concert Opera overcomes two major obstacles – a city under siege and the illness of the lead singer – to present a thoroughly engaging performance of Leo Delibes' Lakme.

Traditional Rigoletto in Baltimore: A tribute to Verdi

In the opera world, where loyalty to the libretto is oftentimes taken for poor taste and the use of period sets and costumes is attributed to the lack of a directorial concept, seeing a traditional production becomes a rare (and very comforting) treat.

Heather Johnson gives Carmen new meaning in Baltimore

One of my favorite things about opera in concert is the absence of director’s concept. Don’t take me wrong: I do enjoy a well-directed opera production with a concept.