Mountainside Baroque Presents Peabody Performers Reply

Julie Bosworth

Julie Bosworth, KD Photography

On Sunday, September 17, at 4:00 pm, Mountainside Baroque will present “Totally Telemann” featuring Julie Bosworth (MM ’14, Early Music Voice), Janna Critz (MM ’13, Early Music: Voice/Pedagogy; GPD ’14, Voice), Corbin Phillips (MM ’15, Voice), and junior Sarah Lynn, Baroque flute, at the Shrine of Saints Peter and Paul, 125 Fayette St., Cumberland, Md.

William Simms featured in the Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival Reply

WilliamSimms_theorbo_2015William Simms (MM ’91, Guitar) will be featured in the Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival‘s “The Art of Modulation” on Sunday, August 6, at 7:00 pm at the Baltimore Basilica. Simms will play the theorbo in the concert with music by François Philidor, Heinichen, and Pergolesi.

Wade Davis and Ledah Finck Featured at Thrive Music Reply

DavisTonight, Thursday July 13, at 7:00 pm, Thrive Music at Jordan Faye Contemporary will host a Finissage Party for Thrive and Jordan Faye. Wade Davis (MM ’11, GPD ’13, Baroque Violoncello) will perform works by Bach, and master’s candidate Ledah Finck (BM ’16, Violin) will perform solo works with voice. The event will take place at Jordan Faye Contemporary, 218 W. Saratoga Street, Top Floor.

Peabody Consort Featured on Jay Harvey Upstage Reply

EMFPeabodyConsort_viaJayUpstageBlogThe Peabody Consort directed by faculty artist Mark Cudek was featured on the blog Jay Harvey Upstage. The Peabody Consort performed as part of the 2017 Early Music festival and presented a program focusing music of three faiths from medieval Spain.

Read more about the program here.

 

Mark Cudek Featured on WYPR’s Midday Reply

cudek_webFaculty artist Mark Cudek (MM ’82, Lute) was featured on WYPR’s program Midday on Friday, June 16 with Julie Bosworth (MM ’13, Early Music) and Brian Kay (BM ’13, MM ’15, Early Music). They performed Arabic, Christian, and Jewish music and discussed the Words and Music of Three Faiths program taking place on Sunday, June 18, at Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore with guest artist Daphna Mor, recorder.