Doctoral candidate Zach Gulaboff Davis, composition, was awarded second prize in the Emil and Ruth Beyer Composition Award, Chamber Music Category, sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. His piece On Fractured Memories, a concerto for piano and 12 instruments, won him the award, which comes with a $4,000 prize.
Soprano Kisma Jordan (GPD ’12, Opera) is featured in ProFellow’s recent article about her experience winning and using the Kresge Arts Fellowship. In the article, she talks about how the award has changed her life and offers advice to artists applying for it.
Ji Su Jung will join the Peabody Conservatory percussion faculty as visiting faculty beginning in the 2019- 20 academic year. More…
Nola Richardson (MM ’10, Voice Pedagogy; MM ’11, Early Music Voice) won the Grand Rapids Bach Festival Competition. She was the recipient of the Linn Maxwell Keller Distinguished Bach Musician Award, which included a $10,000 prize. The finals were held on Thursday, March 21 at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew, in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Jacomo Bairos (GPD ’11, Conducting) directs the Nu Deco Ensemble, which has been appearing in exciting performances this season. In recent weeks, they performed at the Global Cuba Fest 2019. This weekend, Nu Deco will collaborate with Tune Yards in a performance at the New World Center. There will be new works by Magda Gianniko, Ricardo Romaneiro, and others in this technologically innovative concert. Then, on April 18, they return to the Adrienne Arsht Center for a concert with Ben Folds and the orchestral debut of New Zealand singer Kimbra. Bairos also conducts the Amarillo Symphony, which celebrated the Old West at the Globe-News Center, will close their season with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on April 26 and 27.