Peabody Institute was featured on Baltimore Sun’s Best of Baltimore for the best free classical performance on April 10, 2017. The feature highlighted Peabody’s free admission policy for all genres of performance. Tim Smith furthered that “The high caliber of Peabody faculty and visiting artists, not to mention the impressive level of the student musicians, sweetens the deal all the more.”
“The most zealous of artists, the most terrible melancholy”*
Musicians & Mood Disorders
A Conversation with Midori and Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison
Dr. Karen Swartz, moderator
Tuesday, February 7 from 9:30 to 11:00 am
The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
Cohen-Davison Hall More…
Pamela Hay (BM ’99, MM ’00, Voice) has been invited to appear in concert at London’s Hippodrome in a concert of West End soloists for a charity gala in support of AIDS research. She previously played Mimi in the Soho Theatre’s production of La Bohème which won Best Opera at the Olivier Awards.
A reception will be held Wednesday at the Peabody Conservatory in honor of the late Mary C. Walker, who upon her death donated $800,000 to the institution where she studied and worked for most of her life.
The bulk of Walker’s gift — $600,000 — is being designated for undergraduate scholarships, the Conservatory announced recently. The remaining $200,000 will be split evenly between the alumni fund and the archives.
Kindergartners from George Peabody Primary in Washington, D.C., visited Baltimore’s Peabody Institute on March 14 to learn more about their school’s namesake and sing their George Peabody song in the distinguished conservatory’s dining hall.