Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles Joseph Young (AD ’09, Conducting) was interviewed in BMore Art. In the interview, he comments on his process, career, relationship with Marin Alsop, and his deep connection to music.
The Peabody Cello Gang’s CD received a complimentary review on The Arts Desk. Read the review here.
Peabody graduate student Josef Fischer, viola, will be a part of the New York String Orchestra Seminar, a ten day orchestral seminar that runs December 19-28, presented by the Mannes School of Music. At the seminar, participants prepare for concerts to be presented by Carnegie Hall, which involved intense orchestral rehearsals and attending chamber music workshops.
Composer Daniel Reza Sabzghabaei (MM ’17, Composition) was recently selected to participate in the Choral Art Program at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Alberta, Canada. This tuition-free program brings together a select group of composers, conductors, and choirs for an intensive workshop that explores the creation and presentation of choral music in the 21st century. From February 11 – March 2, Sabzghabaei will be in residence at the Banff Centre, working with Pro Coro Canada, conducted by Michael Zaugg, composer Tarik O’Regan, and Swedish conductor Lone Larsen.
Faculty artist Brian Ganz, piano, was featured in What’s Up Annapolis in an article called “Undercover Stars Among Us” by Janice F. Booth. The article highlights some of the Annapolis area’s most notable residents. Ganz talks about how he found his way through the music world, and his work with local charities is celebrated. Ganz is a noted player of Chopin’s music, which is what makes him stand out.