Preparatory faculty artist Irina Kaplan Lande is the artistic director for the Candlelight Concert Series. As part of their 2017-18 season, Simone Dinnerstein and the Telegraph Quartet will present works by Webern, Schubert, Dvořák and Brahms. The concert will take place on Sunday, November 12, at 3:00 pm at Linehan Concert Hall, UMBC.
The Tempest Trio, which features faculty artist Amit Peled and Alon Goldstein (GPD ’95, MM ’96, Piano), will present a concert on Sunday, April 15, 2018, at 3:00 pm. The event will take place at the Smith Theatre, Horowitz Performing Arts Center in Columbia, Md. The program will feature works by Mendelssohn, Bernstein, and Israeli composers, and the afternoon is presented in celebration of Bernstein’s 100th anniversary and the 70th anniversary of Israel. This event is presented by the Candlelight Concert Society.
Peabody faculty and alumni were featured in a concert in Washington, D.C. Alumni featured included Paul Hopkins (GDP ‘97, French Horn), Christof Richter (BM ’85, MM ’86, Violin), and Eve Miller (BM ’93, Cello), and faculty artists appearing were Adam Pearl (BM ’99, Piano; MM ’01, DMA ’09, Harpsichord), Gwyn Roberts, and Richard Stone. The concert, Fire & Invention: Telemann’s Orchestral Music for the Dresden Virtuosi, was presented by Tempesta di Mare, the Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, and the Folger Concert. It took place on Thursday, October 12 at 7:00 pm at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation in Washington, D.C.
Lisa Rehwoldt (MM ’91, DMA ‘96, Piano) will present an evening of music suited for the ballet. The concert will feature music by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Gavrilin, Mendelssohn, and Brubeck. It will occur on Saturday, November 4 at 7:30 pm at Howard Community College in Columbia, Md. This concert is presented along with a silent auction to benefit the HCC All-Steinway School Initiative.
Jenny Lin (KSAS BA ’94, German; AD ’98, Piano) will make her debut in Lincoln Center’s Great Performers Series and White Light Festival on Sunday, November 12, at 11:00 am. Lin will celebrate Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov’s 80th birthday with Silvestrov’s lyrical meditations on Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, and other composers alongside the masterworks that inspired him.