Bernstein’s Mass Anchors the 2018-19 Peabody Concert Season Reply

Other highlights include visits by Benny Golson, Shlomo Mintz, Alarm Will Sound, and Pamela Frank and Stephen Prutsman.

Concert Season 18-19The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University’s box office opens today, making tickets available for a concert season anchored by a staging of Leonard Bernstein’s singular MASS. Last performed in Baltimore in 2008, Bernstein’s MASS will bring together hundreds of student, faculty, and community partner performers to mount a uniquely theatrical evening-length concert work under the baton of Peabody’s Director of Graduate Conducting and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Music Director Marin Alsop. The performance takes place on Friday, October 26, at New Psalmist Baptist Church in West Baltimore. More…

Andrew Kipe Appointed Director of Concert and Ensemble Operations Reply

Andrew KipeWith more than twenty years of experience in orchestra management, Andrew T. Kipe has been named the new director of concert and ensemble operations for the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. In this role, he will provide strategic direction and lead all aspects of Peabody’s concert activities and ensemble programs. Kipe comes to Peabody from the Louisville Symphony Orchestra in Kentucky, where he has served as executive director since 2013. His tenure at Peabody begins on August 13, 2018. More…

Maria Mathieson Appointed to Lead Peabody Preparatory Reply

Maria_Mathieson5An experienced arts executive and educator, Maria Mathieson, has been named the new director of the Peabody Preparatory following a robust national search. As director, she will lead the continued growth of Baltimore’s premier community school for the performing arts, overseeing all aspects of operations and instruction for about 2,000 students. Mathieson comes to Peabody from Levine Music in Washington, D.C., where she has served as head of music education since 2011. Her tenure at Peabody begins on July 16, 2018. More…

2018-19 Student Fellowships and Residencies Reply

The Peabody Conservatory has named the next round of student participants for several of its signature community-based learning experiences, including the Young Artist Development Series, Peabody Musicians-in-Residence, and InterPLAY. Established and shaped over the last several years, each of these programs provides students with unique opportunities to develop their musicianship as well as their skills in programming, communications, community engagement, and teaching. More…