Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles Joseph Young (AD ’09, Conducting) was interviewed in BMore Art. In the interview, he comments on his process, career, relationship with Marin Alsop, and his deep connection to music.
The Peabody Cello Gang’s CD received a complimentary review on The Arts Desk. Read the review here.
Faculty artist Brian Ganz, piano, was featured in What’s Up Annapolis in an article called “Undercover Stars Among Us” by Janice F. Booth. The article highlights some of the Annapolis area’s most notable residents. Ganz talks about how he found his way through the music world, and his work with local charities is celebrated. Ganz is a noted player of Chopin’s music, which is what makes him stand out.
Ah Young Hong (BM ’98, MM ’01, Voice) made her directing debut in a performance of Michael Hersch’s (BM ’95, MM ’97, Composition) On the Threshold of Winter at the Corcoran Music Festival, which began last weekend. The performance was reviewed in The Washington Post by Anne Midgette, who praised the performance for its humanity and truth.
Faculty artist Amit Peled, cello, will release his latest album, Bach Suites Volume 1, on February 1, 2019 on CTM Classics. He will be the first since Pablo Casals to record the suites on the Goffriller cello.