Peyson Moss (MM ’16, Ensemble Arts: Vocal Accompanying) and Laura Whittenberger (GPD ’14, Voice) presented a recital “Welcoming Spring” in Brevard, N.C., where Moss is director of music and organist at Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church. Presented in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, the program consisted of arrangements of Irish folk songs and hymns, as well as operetta and classical music.
The Bulliet Trio, comprised of Peabody students Yoshiaki Horiguchi, double bass; Ellen Gruber, oboe; and Mafalda Santos, cello, was featured in an article on the HUB for their work with the Sensory Friendly Concert, which took place Sunday, April 7 at Peabody’s Joe Byrd Hall. The article talks about their backgrounds working and learning with people on the autism spectrum, and how they prepared to perform this concert.
Daniel H. Foster chairs the Liberal Arts Department at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, beginning in the 2019-20 academic year. More…
Jazz pianist Mark G. Meadows (BM ’11, GPD ’13, Jazz Piano) is the featured performer in “Unforgettable: A Tribute to Nat King Cole.” King’s hits “Straighten Up and Fly Right,” “(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons,” “Mona Lisa” and “L-O-V-E” combine with Meadows’ signature style for one “Unforgettable” performance. The show runs April 2-14 at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Va.
Dean Fred Bronstein was featured on WYPR’s Midday on Music on Friday, April 5 talking about the future of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Also on the program was Tim Smith, former music critic for the Baltimore Sun.