Amit Peled Releases New Schubert CD with Aviv Quartet Reply

Professor Amit Peled, cello, released a new recording of Franz Schubert’s String Trio in B-Flat major and String Quintet in C major with the Aviv Quartet on the Naxos label. Described as one of the most compelling and moving works in the chamber music canon, the quintet stands as the summation of Schubert’s writing for chamber forces.

Peabody Alumni Speak About Live Streaming Skills Reply

Colin Sorgi

Andrew Bohman (BM ’20, Composition), Colin Sorgi (BM ’09, GPD ’13, Violin), and David Sexton (BM ’19, Voice; BM ’20, Recording Arts) were interviewed this story in The Baltimore Sun, More than ‘just turning on a camera’: How some of Baltimore’s liveliest classical music livestreams are made, which examined the skills musicians need to live stream concerts.

Baltimore Lieder Weekend XI to be October 16 to 18 Reply

Daniel Schlosberg

Directed by Daniel Schlosberg (BM ’00, MM ’01, Piano; A&S BA ’00, History), Baltimore Lieder Weekend XI has been announced to be October 16 to 18 and titled “‘The Price Is Right’: Leontyne & Florence & Art Song.” Whether this will occur live at An die Musik Live, virtually, or postponed is still being determined. This important repertoire was thought of late last year, but of course has taken on even increasing relevance with BLM discussions these past few months.

Monica Lopez-Gonzalez Presents Hopkins at Home Reply

Musicology lecturer and JHU Cognitive Science Senior Lecturer Monica Lopez-Gonzalez (KSAS BA ’05, Psychology; MA ’07, PhD ’10, Cognitive Science), will give a Hopkins at Home presentation, a six-week mini-course on Fridays, called “Androids, Cyborgs, and the Human of Our Dreams” on starting Friday, July 31 at 11:30 am ET.