Amy Domingues and Sonnambula Ensemble Appointed Ensemble in Residence Reply

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Amy Domingues (MM ’12, Viola da Gamba) is a founding member of the early music ensemble Sonnambula, which has been appointed Ensemble in Residence for the 2018-19 season at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Domingues served as faculty at the Madison Early Music Festival in 2017 at the University of Wisconsin,  and at the Viola da Gamba Society of America Conclave in 2018.

Nola Richardson Wins First Prize Reply

Nola RichardsonNola Richardson (MM ’10, Voice Pedagogy; MM ’11, Early Music Voice) won first prize in the 2018 Audrey Rooney Bach Competition. This competition is presented by the Kentucky Bach Choir, where she will return for as a soloist next season as a part of her prize. She recently sang at the National Cathedral with ACRONYM.

Peabody Students and Alumni to Sing in San Francisco 1

Julie Bosworth (MM ’14, Early Music Voice) and master’s candidates Katelyn Aungst, soprano, and William Meinert, bass, will be performing Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine, commonly known as The Vespers of 1610, and Gabrieli’s In ecclesiis & Magnificat à 14 with the American Bach Soloists. There will be four concerts, two at St. Stephen’s Church in Belvedere, Calif., on Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7, both at 8:00 pm. On Sunday, April 8, they will perform at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in San Francisco, Calif., at 4:00 pm. Finally, on Monday, April 9, they will perform at Davis Community Church, at 7:00 pm. Pre-concert “Insights” begin one hour prior to each performance.

Peabody Students Featured on Television Broadcasts Reply

 

 

Doctoral candidate and recent Naumburg winner Xiaohui Yang, piano, was featured on Maryland Public Television’s Artworks series. The episode aired on February 2. Peabody master’s candidate Sam York, oboe, and junior Sarah Lynn, baroque flute, were featured on WUSA9 for their work with the Musician-in-Residence program. They live in retirement communities and regularly perform for the residents. This story was aired on February 16.