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Lynn Taylor Hebden, a Baltimore-born lyric soprano who headed the Peabody Preparatory Department for more than two decades and was also a member of the faculty of the Peabody Conservatory, died Sunday from complications of breast cancer at her Roland Park...
I beg the reader's indulgence as I savor a memory of something that lasted for only about 10 minutes on a summer day 17 years ago — an encounter with a stranger on a bridge in Baltimore County. It was one of those remarkable moments in which...
As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, January 24, 1963: The First Harford Federal Savings and Loan Association in Aberdeen was robbed by a lone armed gunman. Robert Shutt of Havre de Grace, the assistant secretary of the Association, was...
Steven Muller, former president of the Johns Hopkins University and a major figure in American higher education, died Saturday of respiratory failure at his Washington home. He was 85. A child refugee from Nazi Germany who went on to earn a doctorate...
Tags: Nazi Party, Religion and Belief, Germany, China, Judaism
Elliott Carter, the great American composer who was born in the horse-and-buggy era but whose music persistently looked ahead by reflecting and unabashedly celebrating the intricacies of modern life, died Monday of natural causes at his home in New York,...
A report last week that the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is anticipating a deficit of $750,000 or more for the fiscal year that began in September is a reminder that the effects of the 2008 recession are still reverberating through the state's nonprofit...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe music cellist Zuill Bailey plays is close to his heart. Literally. The cello is the only instrument he can think of that one wraps his arms around and hugs, he said during a recent phone interview from his Texas home. “All the vibrations...
The One Maryland One Book program picks up steam this weekend, as the author of "The Cellist of Sarajevo" speaks the Baltimore Book Festival and makes other appearances around the state. Steven Galloway's novel takes the reader to the city that was put...
Tags: Baltimore Book Festival, Authors
email@example.comHistory doesn’t linger only in old structures or on the pages of a book. Sometimes, it’s found in the voice of a living historian who reaches across time to provide a glimpse of people from a distant century. Through stories, speeches and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMilton Lawyer was known for his Smithsburg body shop and community involvement, but he had many talents unrelated to his business. He loved music and wanted to study at the Peabody Conservatory, but as the youngest of four sons, there was no money left...
Baltimore resident Amy Klosterman was a piano teacher at the Baltimore School for the Arts for 15 years, but her involvement with a youth band in Uganda started with a journey unrelated to music. In the summer of 2007, she traveled to Uganda to do...
It isn't unusual for students to remember the impact a teacher had on them well into adulthood, but on Saturday, many students of former Baltimore music teacher Lucille Marcus Brooks had an unusual opportunity to tell her — more than a half-...
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