Ella Green and Zoe Sheller Chosen to Perform in Honors Recital Reply

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Teen Voice Honors recitalists Ella Green, a Preparatory voice student in studio of Carol Cavey-Miles, and Zoe Sheller, Preparatory voice student in studio of Alina Kozinska, were selected by adjudicators Diva Alba, Patrick Cook, and Kyle Engler to sing on the Honors Recital on Sunday, April 2 at 6:00 pm in Cohen-Davison Family Theatre. Ms. Green, 17, is a senior at Severn School, and Ms. Sheller, 16, is a junior at James M. Bennett High School in Salisbury, Md.

Peabody Harpists to Perform at the 13th World Harp Congress in Hong Kong Reply

harp-studioPeabody harpists – Erin Baker, Olivia Castor, Tianyang Chen, Peggy Houng, Olivia Kim, Melody Leung, Jessica Sudarta, and  faculty artist Jasmine Hogan (BM ’11, AD ’16, Harp, MM ’14, Harp/Pedagogy) – will play two full programs at the upcoming World Harp Congress in Hong Kong. This is an honor for the studio and a departure from normal Congress selection procedures of 10-15 minutes per selection, except for the headlining performers. More…

Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death by David Smooke Mentioned on The Rest is Noise Reply

fcr173_cover-750x0Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, A CD by faculty artist David Smooke (MM ’95, Composition), was mentioned by Alex Ross of the New Yorker on his blog The Rest is Noise as a recent release of interest. Find more information and purchase Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death here.

Musicians & Mood Disorders: A Conversation with Midori and Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison 1

jamison_med_web“The most zealous of artists, the most terrible melancholy”*
Musicians & Mood Disorders
A Conversation with Midori and Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison
Dr. Karen Swartz, moderator

Tuesday, February 7 from 9:30 to 11:00 am
The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
Cohen-Davison Hall More…

Danielle Buonaiuto To Be Featured in Buffalo Philharmonic’s Newest Commission Reply

6541639_origSoprano Danielle Buonaiuto (MM ’12, Voice) will be featured in Buffalo Philharmonic’s newest commissioned work titled Vox Humana on November 15. Vox Humana was written by Fredonia-based Rob Deemer and inspired by the 1700’s french horn’s timbral character, suggestion that a human voice could be used in the work, and its inference to a much broader concept of the voice of humanity. The piece will be recorded for the second volume of Built for Buffalo, a CD that features works commissioned for the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.