Peabody Conservatory Faculty Artists Marin Alsop and Velvet Brown to be featured in
“Inauguration Fanfare for Joe and Kamala”
Classical Movements, In Association with Marin Alsop, Announce The Hope & Harmony Ensemble
Musicians from 14 Professional Orchestras, 2 Masterpieces of American Music
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International tuba soloist and faculty artist Velvet Brown has been invited to represent the Peabody Institute in the Hope & Harmony Ensemble, formed by industry-leading concert tour company Classical Movements in honor of the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. The ensemble is led by world-renowned conductor and Peabody director of graduate conducting Marin Alsop.
Tuned-In, a Preparatory scholarship program conceived and implemented by Preparatory Dean Carolee Stewart and Preparatory faculty member Dan Trahey (BM ’00, Tuba, Music Education) will be touring performing and presenting classes across the Northeast from June 21-24. Tour dates and events include: Wednesday, June 21, at Hudson Boulevard Park as part of Make Music NYC in New York City; Thursday, June 22, with School Concerts at The Harmony Project in Queens, N.Y.; and Friday, June 23, at New Haven Arts and Ideas Festival in New Haven, Conn.
The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University is pleased to announce that Seth Horner will join the faculty as tuba instructor beginning in the fall of 2017. More…
Faculty member Dan Trahey (BM ’00, Tuba, Music Education) has been selected as a semi-finalist for Music & Arts Educator of the Year for his work with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Orch Kids. The winner of Music & Arts Educator of the Year will be announced on December 15.
Faculty member Dan Trahey (BM ’00, Tuba, Music Education), who serves as artistic director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids program, spoke at Congress on May 23 about the role of arts in a complete education. He led a small interactive performance with a some students from the Peabody Preparatory and the OrchKids program that also featured a few members of Congress in the percussion ensemble.