12-6-11: Poetry of the Nation

December 6, 2011 at 7:45 am Leave a comment

Neal Conan

Weekday afternoons here on WYPR, you hear Neal Conan in his role as the host of NPR’s Talk of the Nation. But he has another role: narrator for the early music group Ensemble Galilei.

On Saturday at the Creative Alliance in southeast Baltimore, Neal Conan and Ensemble Galilei will present “A Winter’s Night,” their unique mix of seasonal stories, poetry, and music. Tom Hall talks to Carolyn Surrick, who plays viola da gamba in the ensemble, and Neal Conan joins the conversation from Studio 3A at NPR in Washington, D.C. Neal Conan and Ensemble Galilei will present “A Winter’s Night” at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore on Saturday. Tickets are $20, and $15 for members. Advance tickets are suggested.

On Sunday, Chamber Music Annapolis will present Ensemble Galilei with Neal Conan at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. for two performances of “A Winter’s Night” in the Great Hall at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland. Tickets are $35 general admission, $30 for students and seniors. Tickets will be available at the door.

Ensemble Galilei with guests Lily Knight and Neal Conan


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