Peabody Johns Hopkins University Magazine

This year, the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble (PRE) celebrates its 35th anniversary with its spring program, If Music Be the Food of Love, a special collaboration with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company.

Members of the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble

This year, the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble (PRE) celebrates its 35th anniversary with its spring program, If Music Be the Food of Love, a special collaboration with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company.

Young guitarists in the Baltimore/ Washington, D.C., region have new opportunities for musical growth and community with the launch last October of the Peabody-Levine Guitar Ensemble Collaboration Project.

Fret Fest on February 26

Young guitarists in the Baltimore/ Washington, D.C., region have new opportunities for musical growth and community with the launch last October of the Peabody-Levine Guitar Ensemble Collaboration Project.

Since 1990, Black students from the Peabody Conservatory have performed classical, jazz, gospel, and blues music at these special events presented by the Columbia (MD) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated.

Performers at the Peabody LINKS Concert

Since 1990, Black students from the Peabody Conservatory have performed classical, jazz, gospel, and blues music at these special events presented by the Columbia (MD) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated.

Engineering was Karl Wingate’s backup plan to appease his mom. The Baltimore native played guitar in rock bands as a teenager, and would record music on home computers and friends’ laptops.

Headshot of Karl Wingate

Engineering was Karl Wingate’s backup plan to appease his mom. The Baltimore native played guitar in rock bands as a teenager, and would record music on home computers and friends’ laptops.

As Peabody’s inaugural Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and a member of Peabody’s executive team, Wilson continues that advocacy.

Headshot of China Wilson

As Peabody’s inaugural Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and a member of Peabody’s executive team, Wilson continues that advocacy.

As a Peabody Conservatory Music for New Media student Aaron Gao realized that rhythm wasn’t his forté and practiced improving that skill by writing beat patterns.

Aaron Gao with a computer and large TV screen behind him showing audio editing software

As a Peabody Conservatory Music for New Media student Aaron Gao realized that rhythm wasn’t his forté and practiced improving that skill by writing beat patterns.

Carl DuPont can trace the origins of his Exploring Art Songs by Black Composers project to one weekend during his junior year at the Eastman School of Music.

Carl DuPont teaching a lesson

Carl DuPont can trace the origins of his Exploring Art Songs by Black Composers project to one weekend during his junior year at the Eastman School of Music.

Nikolai Klotchkov, a Russian-born saxophonist, scientist, and DMA student, loves how music touches the heart. He’s just as passionate about how music affects the brain.

Headshot of Nikolai Klotchkov

Nikolai Klotchkov, a Russian-born saxophonist, scientist, and DMA student, loves how music touches the heart. He’s just as passionate about how music affects the brain.