Sunset at Noon, a work by Sergio Cervetti (BM ’67, Composition), was included on “A Concert of Gratitude” by the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday, May 13. The Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra dedicates this concert to their regular listeners who have held their concert tickets as a donation to the ensemble, despite cancellations due to the world health crisis.
Concert pianist Daniel Vnukowski (BM ’03, Piano), who studied with Leon Fleisher, live streamed performances in April, reaching over a million hits on social media and over 500,000 video views. He will continue to hold Saturday live stream concerts from home during the month of May.
Faculty member Jelena Runić, liberal arts, published “Strong Pronouns in Slavic and Japanese” in the book Current Developments in Slavic Linguistics: Twenty Years After, based on selected papers from the 11th European conference of Formal Description of Slavic Languages, and a guest paper by Noam Chomsky, pp. 401-410, edited by Teodora Radeva-Bork and Peter Kosta.
Teaching artists Courtney Orlando, Agustin Muriago, and Jessica A. Hunt will join the Peabody Conservatory faculty as assistant professors of music theory in the fall.
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Anastasia Pike (MM ’07, Harp), a former student of Jeanne Chalifoux, was an invited guest lecturer at The Juilliard School. Her lecture was entitled, “The Art of Teaching in the Music Studio: Comprehensive Teaching.”