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Violinist Tessa Lark. Photo by Kate L Photography.

Interview: Violinist Tessa Lark Discusses Her Career and Her Upcoming Performance at the Phillips Collection

Don’t just call Tessa Lark a crossover artist. The fast-rising classical violinist may also be known for playing at jazz clubs in New York and elsewhere, and for her country fiddling at bluegrass festivals. But Tessa’s Kentucky roots and her deep curiosity about world cultures feed right back into her “serious” repertoire in a way […]

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Review: Joshua Bell Plays Tchaikovsky at The BSO at Strathmore

Having the privilege to witness Joshua Bell play is an honor, but to see him play in celebration of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s (BSO’s) centennial is a once in a lifetime experience. Growing up as an orchestra kid, Joshua Bell’s was a name that we heard frequently. Releasing his first LP at the age of […]

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra featuring Itzhak Perlman at The Music Center at Strathmore

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra with guest performer and conductor Itzhak Perlman graced the Strathmore concert hall last night, April 10, 2014, for an evening of mellifluous classical sound. Perlman, sporting dual hats for this performance as both violin soloist for the first portion and conductor for the second, is more than familiar with the BSO, performing […]

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