Peabody Conservatory Welcomes June Han to Harp Faculty Reply

June HanJune Han, harp, joins the faculty of the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University beginning in the 2020-21 academic year. Hailed as a “true and tasteful harpist… [with] exceptionally varied phrasing and a surprising yet innate sense of timing” by the Concert Review Magazine at her Debut Recital in Carnegie Hall. More…

Meadows Performs Live Stream Concert Reply


Mark Meadows (BM ’11, GPD ’13, Jazz Piano; KSAS BA ’11, Psychology) will be performing a Birthday Edition Live Stream Concert on Friday, March 27 at 8pm via Facebook and Instagram live. Meadows will perform some of his favorite covers and originals as well as requests from his previous concert.

Nathan Cicero Plays Schubert Lieder Reply

Nathan CiceroNathan Cicero (MM ’18, Vocal Accompanying) was a pianist for a Schubert Karaoke Brunch, where singers joined together for two hours of Schubert lieder, in January, as a member of The Lied Society in Minneapolis. He was also musical director for Skylark Opera’s production of Così fan Tutte in March, 2019. Twin Cities Stages stated: “The typical orchestra behind an opera is replaced by a single piano player, music director Nathan Cicero, who deftly plays Mozart’s quick score and did not leave be wanting for any more accompaniment.” More reviews can be found at

Hyejin Kwon Gave Master Class in Canada Reply

Hyejin KwonHyejin Kwon (MM ’11, Vocal Accompanying) gave a master class for piano majors of the Claude Watson School for the Arts in Ontario, where the piano majors have been studying the skills required to be a répétiteur. It was part of a collaboration with the Canadian Opera Company and the Claude Watson Arts Program’s study of Dvorak’s Rusalka.