The Peabody Cello Gang’s CD received a complimentary review on The Arts Desk. Read the review here.
Peabody graduate student Josef Fischer, viola, will be a part of the New York String Orchestra Seminar, a ten day orchestral seminar that runs December 19-28, presented by the Mannes School of Music. At the seminar, participants prepare for concerts to be presented by Carnegie Hall, which involved intense orchestral rehearsals and attending chamber music workshops.
Faculty artist Amit Peled, cello, will release his latest album, Bach Suites Volume 1, on February 1, 2019 on CTM Classics. He will be the first since Pablo Casals to record the suites on the Goffriller cello.
Zuill Bailey (BM ’94, Cello) and Janet Grieve (TC ’62, BM ’62, MM ’63, Cello) met in Madison when Bailey was the soloist with the Madison Symphony Orchestra last weekend. Grieve was the principal cellist with the orchestra for many years.
Director of Graduate Conducting Marin Alsop and Preparatory alumna and member of Peabody’s Distinguished Artist Council Hilary Hahn were listed in Slipped Disc’s Most Powerful Women in US Music list.