Andrew Bohman (BM ’20, Composition), Colin Sorgi (BM ’09, GPD ’13, Violin), and David Sexton (BM ’19, Voice; BM ’20, Recording Arts) were interviewed this story in The Baltimore Sun, More than ‘just turning on a camera’: How some of Baltimore’s liveliest classical music livestreams are made, which examined the skills musicians need to live stream concerts.
Yellow Barn, a Vermont summer festival where Professor Seth Knopp serves as artistic director, is operating in a modified format this summer. Knopp will perform in streamed concerts on Thursday, July 23 and Saturday, July 25. Associate Professor of Voice Tony Arnold, soprano, will perform György Kurtág’s Kafka Fragments on Friday, August 7. On Saturday, August 8, Arnold and Knopp will perform Shostakovich’s Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok in the season finale.
Mind on Fire presented 11 short, art performances in a Virtual Variety Show with music, poetry, prose, improvisation, opera, puppetry, song, and space online on July 11 in collaboration with the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Taylor Hillary Boykins (MM ’14, Voice), Jennifer Hughson (MM ’12, Clarinet), Tyrone Page Jr (BM ’16, MM ’18, Saxophone; BM ’16, Music Education), Stephanie Ray (MM ’12, Flute), and Randi Withani Roberts (’16, Jazz Voice) were featured on this show.
Caitlin Vincent (MM ’09, Voice) writes in The Conversation, a global network of newsrooms, that by moving artistic offerings online, companies have undervalued their own product similar to the newspaper industry’s shift to online platforms.
A film of the 2015 production at Peabody of On the Threshold of Winter by Composition Professor Michael Hersch (BM ’95, MM ’97, Composition) featuring associate professor of voice Ah Young Hong (BM ’98, MM ’01, Voice) is available in its entirety online.