School Children Experience Opera at Peabody Reply

Megan Heavner picks audience members to perform in Papageno.

Peabody Opera Outreach hosted several Baltimore area schools – some as far away as Annapolis and one from the Mount Vernon neighborhood – for its performance of Papageno at Peabody’s Miriam A. Friedberg Hall on Friday, April 7. Papageno is a shortened and English version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute from the point of view of Papageno. More…

Out in the open: putting away the shame we feel about performance anxiety Reply

This is a guest post by violinist and GPD candidate Kaleigh Acord.

Flustered or ComposedOne wave of compassion in the global community these days takes the form of efforts to combat stigma around mental illness. Parts of the ongoing conversation are acknowledging mental health as a valid issue, and helping people not to feel “abnormal,” “weak,” or ostracized because they are struggling. More…

Peabody Harp Department Presents Baltimore Dimensions at Thursday Noon Reply

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Walking into Cohen-Davison Family Theatre on Thursday, the audience knew this wouldn’t be a typical recital. Maybe it was the beams of purple light swirling across the walls, stage, and ceiling. This was a sneak peak at the Peabody Harp Department’s new multimedia project, Baltimore Dimensions. More…

The Music of Science Reply

2017-02-15_APL_Video_Recording-4675When composition master’s student KokJun Phang submitted his portfolio for a composition competition suggested by faculty artist Kevin Puts, he had no idea that the commissioning organization was a Johns Hopkins affiliate responsible for research and advancements over the last 75 years in biomedicine, ballistic missile testing, satellite technology, radar tracking, satellite oceanography, defense satellite communications, prosthetics, and planetary exploration. More…