Peabody faculty member Wendel Patrick has been named the host of Artworks on Maryland Public Television. Patrick will engage with artists on season 9 of Artworks in a conversation about all things creative interwoven with video profiles and/or performances.
Distinguished Visiting Artist Midori is among this year’s Kennedy Center honorees to receive the 43rd Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime artistic achievements. The Honors events are scheduled to be held May 17- 22, 2021 with a gala broadcast to CBS on June 6, 2021 at 9:00 pm ET.
Peabody Conservatory Faculty Artists Marin Alsop and Velvet Brown to be featured in
“Inauguration Fanfare for Joe and Kamala”
Classical Movements, In Association with Marin Alsop, Announce The Hope & Harmony Ensemble
Musicians from 14 Professional Orchestras, 2 Masterpieces of American Music
Streaming Tuesday, January 19 | 12pm EST
International tuba soloist and faculty artist Velvet Brown has been invited to represent the Peabody Institute in the Hope & Harmony Ensemble, formed by industry-leading concert tour company Classical Movements in honor of the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. The ensemble is led by world-renowned conductor and Peabody director of graduate conducting Marin Alsop.
Musicology faculty Suhnne Ahn recently delivered the Keynote Speech at Ewha University’s 250th Beethoven Celebration: Why Beethoven? Influence and Perception in Asia. Her lecture, entitled “Beethoven Scholarship: Digitization and Evolving Pedagogical Trends,” was given virtually in Seoul, Korea on Saturday, December 12, 2020. Dr. Ahn’s graduate musicology seminar, “Beethoven at Work,” was featured prominently in discussion with Ewha faculty and students.
The Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University will welcome acclaimed pianist Yoshikazu Nagai to its piano faculty for the 2021-22 academic year while professor Boris Slutsky is on leave. More…