Peabody Artists Receive Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards Reply

Alumna Yameng Wang (MM ’08, GPD ’11, Guitar) and faculty artists David Smooke (MM ’95, Composition) and Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition) have each been awarded $6,000 in Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards. Faculty artist Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75, Guitar) and Jacqueline Pollauf (BM ’06, MM ’07, Harp) were each awarded $3,000. Keesun Kwon (BM ’01, Voice) was awarded $1,000. The Maryland State Arts Council’s annual Individual Artist Award recognizes the importance of artists and their works of excellence to the cultural vibrancy of Maryland.

HarpAdventures Performs this Saturday at FlowerMart Reply

14370083_946184825488115_4376341739946043190_n.jpg.opt860x860o0,0s860x860Students and faculty of HarpAdventures, a community engagement project by the members the Peabody Conservatory’s Harp Pedagogy class, will perform at FlowerMart this Saturday, May 6 at 11:00 pm. HarpAdventures will also present their annual spring recital on Saturday, May 13 at 2:00 pm at Enoch Pratt Library Orleans Branch in Baltimore. The recital will will incorporate both solo and ensemble performances by Peabody HarpAdventures students and faculty.

Jasmine Hogan Featured on Jordan Faye Contemporary’s Thrive Music Series Reply

17634601_1290808827667448_6083651096505619075_nFaculty artist Jasmine Hogan (BM ’11, AD ’16, Harp; MM ’14, Harp Pedagogy), will perform a concert on the Thrive Music Series at Jordan Faye Contemporary in Baltimore on Friday, April 28 at 8:00 pm. Ms. Hogan will present a combo of new works for harp, multimedia, and her own settings of folk songs.