International Bach Competition win

Freshman Jennifer N. Campbell received the first prize in the Well-Tempered Clavier category of the second Rosalyn Tureck International Bach Competition for Young Pianists at Lincoln Center in New York on Oct. 8-11. She was also awarded the Overall Prize for the Best Performance of a Contemporary Work, performing David Auldon Brown’s Piano Sonata No. […]

Young-Ah Tak

DMA student Young-Ah Tak will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra on November 9th at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, Fla. In June 2010, Young-Ah served as a judge for the Lee University Piano Competition in Tennessee and gave a master class at Lee University. She currently serves as an […]

Susan Weiss lectures

Susan Weiss will speak to the Baltimore Bibliophiles at the Johns Hopkins Club on Thursday, Nov. 18, about Renaissance music and print culture, and she will present a pre-concert lecture for the Shriver Hall Concert Series on Sunday, Dec 5, at 4:30 pm.

Stacey Mastrian

Faculty artist Stacey Mastrian will sing at Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Italy,  this winter for Nono’s opera Intolleranza. She will have a solo and is covering the female lead. She will also sing La fabbrica illuminata for the Electronic Music Foundation in NYC in February and some Berio and Maderna at North Carolina Greensboro […]

Where the Wild Things Are

Danya Katok (MM ’09) and Andrew Sauvageau (GPD ’10, MM ’08) will be making their New York City Opera debuts on April 9, 2011, in a semi-staged performance of Oliver Knussen’s opera Where the Wild Things Are.

Curtis Bannister (GPD ’10)

Curtis Bannister (GPD ’10) has been named an apprentice artist with Sarasota Opera in Fla., for its Winter Festival season, which begins in January. At Peabody he studied with Steven Rainbolt.

Cantrelle Canadian debut

Mezzo-soprano Diana Cantrelle, master’s candidate in voice  and minor in composition, will be making her Canadian debut on Dec. 11 and 12 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  She will be the alto soloist in The Messiah by Handel with the North Grenville Concert Choir and Orchestra – conducted by Gordon Slater.  A DVD and CD will […]

International Conservatory Week Festival

Mezzo soprano Yun Kyong Lee (BM ’09, MM ’10), soprano Jennifer Edwards (MM ’09), and guitarist Mark Edwards (MM ’09, Guitar), along with  voice faculty member Vera Danchenko Stern, piano, represented Peabody at the Tenth International Conservatory Week Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia. The singers performed with composer and pianist Lori Laitman, a Peabody National […]

Where the Wild Things Are

Danya Katok (MM ’09) and Andrew Sauvageau (GPD ’10, MM ’08) will be making their New York City Opera debuts on April 9, 2011, in a semi-staged performance of Oliver Knussen’s opera Where the Wild Things Are.