Faculty artist Mark Cudek, Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Early Music Festival, was featured in the cover story Early Music America‘s latest issue of EMAg. The Baltimore Consort, which features Peabody faculty and alumni performers, is featured on the cover.
Soprano Natalie Conte (MM ’06, Voice), alto Janna Critz (MM ’13, Early Music: Voice/Pedagogy; GPD ’14, Voice), and baritone Peter Tomaszewski (MM ’10, Voice; GPD ’12, Opera) will perform in Bach in Baltimore’s Annual In Memoriam Concert on Sunday, May 1 at Towson United Methodist Church from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The program features Rutter’s Requiem, Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai, and Gawthrop’s Sing me to Heaven. Tickets and more information are available here.
Harpsichord DMA candidate Patrick Merrill (BM ’13, Piano; MM ’15, Early Music Harpsichord) won second prize at the 2016 Mae and Irving Jurow International Harpsichord Competition, which took place at Oberlin College in Ohio on March 22-24. The second prize is a $2500 award.
Amy Domingues (MM ’12, Early Music) and electronic musician Dennis Kane’s new music collaboration combines viola da gamba, keyboard, guitar, and electronics. Their debut recording, Gut+Voltage: Viola da Gamba and Electronics in Synthesis is out now on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, Dischord Direct, and Verses Records.
Amy Domingues (MM ’12, Viola da Gamba) will present “Devotional Songs of John Dowland,” a new CD release concert on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 pm at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Arlington, VA. More information is available at http://www.saintgeorgesmusic.org/concert-series.html.