On July 17, incoming Bass Trombone Freshman Jahi Alexander, Jarrel Garner (Preparatory faculty, Low Brass), and Dan Trahey (BM ’00, Tuba, Music Education) will participate in “The Dream Unfinished: A Symphonic Benefit for Civil Rights” in New York City. The event supports activists fighting for social justice and features works by William Grant Still and Leonard Bernstein.
For more information visit http://thedreamunfinished.org/
July 17, 2015 at 7:30 PM
The Salvation Army’s Centennial Memorial Temple
New York, New York
Dean Fred Bronstein joins other Hopkins experts along with alumni, students, parents, and friends for a chance to engage in an important conversation about the 21st Century Cities Initiative, part of JHU’s Rising to the Challenge.
The program also features a performance by current Masters student Justin Sergi.
Dean Fred Bronstein responds to an Op-Ed from June 13 in The New York Times, Don’t Go to Music School, in today’s paper with Our Future Musicians.
Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun‘s music critic, highlights several spring concerts featuring Peabody artists in “A notable, Kickstarter-funded concert of new and vintage American choral music,” including “Stinney” and works by composers Joshua Bornfield and Peter Dayton.
Benjamin Kramer (BM ’07, Jazz Bass, Recording Arts and Sciences) was appointed program manager of the Los Angeles Film School’s Music Production Online degree.