Senior Jasmine Hogan awarded Fulbright Scholarship for China project Reply

Senior Jasmine Hogan will travel to China for nine months and be affiliated with China Conservatory in Beijing. Hogan, who speaks fluent Mandarin, will transcribe traditional Chinese Konghou music for the modern pedal harp and study Chinese traditional instruments.

Hogan has won a Fulbright Award for the project as well as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, sponsored by the Baltimore Rotary Club and Rotary District 7620.

William Davenport Reply

Senior William Davenport, tenor, won second prize and the Boldyga Incentive Award in the Annapolis Opera Vocal Competition on April 10. Davenport also was admitted into the highly selective Academy of Vocal Arts starting this fall. In April, he was tenor soloist in the following: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Concert Artists of Baltimore, Dvorak’s Requiem with Columbia Pro Cantare, Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde with Peabody Camerata, and a program of arias and duets with the Maryland Concert Opera in Frederick, Md.

Audrey Chen (BM ’00) Reply

Audrey Chen (BM ’00) was named one of three winners of the 2011 Baker Artist Awards. She will receive $25,000 and be featured in an exhibition at The Baltimore Museum of Art from September 7-October 2, 2011, including a celebratory Late Night event on October 1 where she will perform. The winners were presented on Maryland Public Television’s ArtWorks Special: The Baker Artist Awards 2011.