The 58th Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Lecture-Performance

CONCERT ARTISTS OF BALTIMORE
EDWARD POLOCHICK, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

A CONCERT ARTISTS SAMPLER: From Bach to Broadway

Featuring Goucher President Jose Antonio Bowen 

 

EDWARD­ POLOCHICK is artistic director of Concert Artists of Baltimore, an all-professional orchestra and all-professional vocal ensemble of 70 musicians, which is celebrating its 31st season. 2017-18 also marks his 20th season as music director of Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra in Nebraska. From 1979-99 he was on the staff of the Baltimore Symphony as director of the symphony chorus, and since 1979 he has been at the Peabody Conservatory as associate conductor of the orchestra, director of choral ensembles, and opera conductor. An accomplished pianist and harpsichordist, he has appeared as piano soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

 

CONCERT­ARTISTS­OF­BALTIMORE­‑CAB was founded by Edward Polochick and is celebrating its 31st anniversary. CAB consists of a professional chamber orchestra and professional chamber chorus. The mission of CAB is to present classical music performances of well-known and lesser-known composers by an elite professional chorus and chamber orchestra, thus providing a visceral music experience to audiences in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area.
 

Tickets must be reserved in advance at www.goucher.edu/tickets  or by calling (410) 337-6333

Sunday, February 18 at 4:30pm

Goucher College , Kraushaar Auditorium 1021 DULANEY VALLEY RD

Event Type

Music/Concert, Speaker/Lecture/Reading, Public

Departments

Academic, Music

Cost

Tickets are free for Goucher Students, faculty, staff, and alumnae/i; $10 general admission.

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Jeanne Sataloff

Jeanne Sataloff left a positive review 2/19/2018

I enjoyed it a great deal for the part I saw before I left for work. Wished I could have stayed for the full concert. Musicians were superb.

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