Manuel Barrueco to Play with Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Reply

Manuel BarruecoFaculty artist Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75, Guitar) will join the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra on their upcoming Masterwork Concert Series event on March 2 and 3 at 8:00 pm, in the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis, Md. Together they will feature music by Montsalvatge, Rodrigo, Debussy, and Respighi.

Peabody Students and Alumni Come Together for Guitar Society Concert Reply

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Faculty artist Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75, Guitar), artistic director of the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society, selected new works for a concert called “Made in Baltimore,” in celebration of the city and the society’s 30th anniversary. Compositions inspired by the city written by Gabriel Bouche Caro (MM ’17, Composition), DMA candidate Jordan Chase, and Edmund Scott Miller (MM ’15, Composition, Music Theory Pedagogy) will be performed by Peabody students Katie Cho, Mengyi Li (MM ’17, Guitar), Connor Milstead, and Shon Stelman, guitars, and alumni Zoe Johnstone Stewart (MM ’05, Guitar) and Jeremy Lyons (MM ’11, DMA ’15, Guitar; MM ’15, Musicology). The event will take place at UMBC’s Linehan Hall in Baltimore on February 25 at 2:00 pm.


Byeong Woo Lee Composes for Olympic Ceremonies Reply

beyong wooByeong Woo Lee (GPD ’98, Guitar; GPD ’00, Chamber Ensemble) has been chosen as one of the composers of the official music for the Winter Olympics opening and closing ceremonies at the PyeongChang Olympic stadium. Mr. Lee said, “My compositions for the opening ceremony includes music for the beginning short film, the River of Time, Future of All and Peace in Motion.” Byeong Woo was the first recipient of the Music for the World Award for distinguished Peabody alumni and is an internationally renowned performer and composer who has received multiple awards for his film scores including The Host and Mother. During his student years at Peabody he was the first guitarist to win the Yale Gordon Concerto Competition. He is also a recipient of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association Knowledge for the World Award (2009).

Zane Forshee Video and Blog Released Reply

Zane_ForsheeOn September 30, faculty artist Zane Forshee (MM ’01, GPD ’03, DMA ’11, Guitar) performed my heart comes undone by fellow faculty artist Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition) on the Sofar Sounds Concert Series on the roof of the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Check out the video here. Forshee also interviewed Adashi about the piece, and wrote a blog about his experience.