Susan Weiss, John Moran, and Paula Maust Give Presentations at Historical Performance Conference Reply

Faculty artists Susan Weiss, musicology, and John Moran, historical performance, and Paula Maust (MM ’16, Harpsichord) gave presentations at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Historical Performance Conference. Weiss presented “The Archeology of Music Instruments: toward a new pedagogy for organology” and Moran presented “Have We Entered a Post-HIP Era, and Does it Matter” on January 29, 2021. Maust’s gave her presentation “‘Scarcely one of them without a defect:’ Imagined Beauty in the Eighteenth-Century Ospedale della Pietà” on January 31, 2021.

Peabody musicians in finals of the World Bach Competition Reply

Wade Davis

Three Peabody musicians are finalists in the World Bach Competition sponsored by the Boulder Bach Festival – Kristen Dubenion-Smith (MM ’05, Voice) in the Professional Vocalist category, Wade Davis (MM ’11, GPD ’13, Baroque Violoncello) in the Professional Instrumentalist Category, and junior Teresa Deskur, a French horn and music education student who plays recorder, in the Student Instrumentalist Category. The competition features 273 musicians from 239 countries.

Wade Davis Performs in “Swans for Relief” Ballet Video Reply

wade davisCellist Wade Davis (MM ’11, GPD ’13, Baroque Violoncello) performs Camille Saint-Saëns’ Le Cygne (The Swan) in a video featuring 32 premier ballerinas from 22 dance companies in 14 countries in support of Swans for Relief. Organized by Misty Copeland and Joseph Phillips, 100% of the funds raised will be distributed to each dancer’s company’s COVID-19 relief fund.

Peabody’s LAUNCHPad Office Introduces Max Q: A Podcast Interviewing Recent Alumni Reply

MobileAs part of the LAUNCHPad office’s mission to help students and alumni forge satisfying and successful careers, they are launching Max Q. Max Q is an interview podcast for anyone interested in, or currently pursuing careers in the performing arts. LAUNCHPad is excited to share these conversations about pathways to building varied, vibrant, and sustainable lives in the arts. More…