Jazz Studies Welcomes Phillips, Stevens, Wade, and Brown Reply

Phillips_Stevens_Wade_BrownWith the appointment of four additional teaching artists to its Jazz Studies faculty, the Peabody Conservatory has solidified its commitment to providing a first-class education in jazz, one which reflects both the profound history of jazz in Baltimore and Peabody’s reputation as a premier conservatory.  Beginning in Fall 2018, trumpeter and Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies Sean Jones welcomes percussionist Quincy Phillips, guitarist Matthew Stevens, and vocalist Charenée Wade to the Peabody jazz faculty. In addition, pianist Alex Brown will serve as a Visiting Artist in Jazz Studies. More…

Kristopher Funn, Tim Green, and Warren Wolf Join Jazz Studies Faculty Fall 2018 Reply

Funn_Green_WolfWith the recent appointment of trumpeter Sean Jones as Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies, the Peabody Conservatory continues to reinvigorate its Jazz program, inspired by the great tradition of jazz in Baltimore and consistent with the Conservatory’s innovative approach to 21st-century training in the arts. Bassist Kristopher Funn, saxophonist Tim Green, and vibraphone specialist Warren Wolf are the latest additions to the Jazz Studies faculty, and will teach private lessons, coach ensembles, and teach jazz department courses at Peabody beginning in the Fall 2018 semester. More…