After the glorious highs of the previous two weeks, we transition to summer’s whole lotta not much.
- You would think that, given the season finale concert of last week, that there would be no Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert this week. Well, you would be wrong. Just to make you look stupid, they’re premiering a work by Philip Glass called Overture for 2012 instead, for a mere $15, no less. Accompanied by “patriotic music;” I’ll bet you the $15 Sousa makes an appearance. June 17 at the Meyerhoff. [ See it! ]
- Actually, you should have guessed that there’s no National Symphony Orchestra concert this week. You would have been right. No worries; you’ll get it next time, champ.
- This week at Strathmore, trilingual jazz, or be the first to hear newly commissioned piano works performed by NOW Ensemble’s Michael Mizrahi; plus the first free outdoor concert of the season. [ See the calendar! ]