1-4-12: The BSO Plays Gershwin

January 4, 2012 at 8:15 am Leave a comment

Of the performers who appear regularly with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, one of the most popular with both audiences and musicians is Jack Everly, the Principal Pops Conductor of the BSO.  He holds similar positions with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Naples Philharmonic and the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa.  He’s also the Music Director of the National Memorial Day Concert and “A Capitol Fourth,” which take place in Washington and are broadcast every year on PBS.

Jack Everly is in town this week to lead the BSO in a program featuring the music of George Gershwin.  Here, he talks about the show with Tom Hall.


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