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Programming Notes
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra returns to radio with BSO Encore powered by PNC Sundays at 1pm right here on WBJC!

Each two-hour program features never-before-released recordings from Marin’s tenure including signature repertoire, BSO commissions and world premieres, community collaborations, and BSO musicians as soloists.

Hosted by Jonathan Palevsky and Kati Harrison, each two-hour program includes insights about the pieces that were performed from Marin Alsop and one of the BSO’s fabulous musicians.

These broadcasts are made possible with generous support from PNC and The Friends of WBJC.

The Metropolitan Opera returns for its 90th consecutive broadcast season. And while it might be a little different this year, you can rest assured that the archival performances the Met brings to the airwaves will be ones you don't want to miss!

April 3 @1 PM - Dvořák’s Rusalka
Performance from February 8, 2014

April 10 @1 PM - Puccini’s La Bohème
Performance from October 2, 2017

April 17 @1 PM - Janáček’s From the House of the Dead
Performance from December 2, 2009

April 24 @1 PM - Strauss’s Die Frau ohne Schatten
Performance from November 26, 2013

Your continued support for opera keeps the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts and other live performances on the WBJC Operafest coming to you on Saturdays throughout the year. 

Join Judith Krummeck for an interview series on WBJC devoted to the world of books — from different genres, to book awards, to local and national authors — everything to do with books. Booknotes is made possible by our members.

Michelle Madow, who grew up in Maryland and now makes her home in Florida, is a bestselling author of fast-paced, young adult fantasy novels. She has realized her dream of making a career as a full-time writer by self-publishing the multiple books she puts out a year. She still has a 410 phone number, and I caught up with her in Florida.

Member Richard Ashford sent us this adorable picture of Gizmo... who makes this face whenever he hears Jonathan's voice.
Listener's Choice

John Scherch plays your requests every Friday evening during our long-running request show, Listener's Choice. You can request your favorite music anytime by emailing listenerschoice@wbjc.com or by visiting us on Facebook. You can even call in during the week (410-580-5800) and we'll make sure John gets your request!

WBJC is looking for a personable, detail-oriented, number-cruncher type for the position of Business manager. If you think you'd like to work with our close-knit team, or know someone who would, take a look at the full job listing by clicking here.
The Financial Planning Aspects of Estate Planning

By: Olivia R. Holcombe-Volke, J.D. – Senior Principal – Elville and Associates, P.C.

Initially, my thoughts on this topic – “Financial Planning Aspects of Estate Planning” – were to elucidate and emphasize the importance of working with a financial planner (as well as a tax planner) as part of the estate planning process. I find that many potential clients with whom I meet do not yet have a financial or tax planning professional as part of their growing cadre of advisors, and some even (innocently, but mistakenly) expect that I will be able to provide such guidance and expertise. However, as I further developed this idea, I realized that the topic of the “Financial Planning Aspects of Estate Planning” covers much more than just that one important piece – and there is a lot more that I want to say when trying to explain the vital role that financial planning plays in any successful estate plan, and why, and how. READ MORE HERE