Scott Metcalfe and Theron Feist Awarded JHU DELTA Grant Reply

metcalfeDirector of Recording Arts Scott Metcalfe and IT Director Theron Feist have been awarded funding from the Johns Hopkins Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration grant program. Their project, High-Fidelity, Low-Latency, Networked Collaboration for Applied Music and Dance Education, will explore and expand the use of low-latency collaboration tools for teaching applied music and dance. Each of the six accepted DELTA grant proposals will receive up to $75,000 to enhance the university’s teaching and learning enterprise.

Vocal Accompanying Department News Reply

Faculty artist Eileen Cornett presented a series of master classes for singers and collaborative pianists in a virtual collaborative piano residency at the Blair School of Music of Vanderbilt University. Professor Cornett also participated as a panelist on Peabody’s Lunch & Learn Series, “Low Latency Platforms: The Future of Music Collaboration.” More…

Peabody Computer Music Welcomes Norah Lorway Reply

Norah LorwayComposer, pianist, live coding laptop performer, and artificial intelligence researcher Norah Lorway will join the Computer Music faculty of the Peabody Conservatory as Visiting Assistant Professor in the fall of 2021. Lorway is an active performer of live coding laptop music (i.e. writing music with computer code in real time), is known for her work in the international algorave music scene, and has been heralded by press such as MixMag as being “a pioneer” in live coding. More…