The Peabody Post

Local ensembles featured in Sun article

Arts critic Tim Smith featured several Baltimore ensembles, founded and run by Peabody students and alumni, in an article in The Baltimore Sun, “A ‘classical revolution’ is spreading in Baltimore: Local ensembles are taking traditional music into non-traditional spaces.” The groups included were Classical Revolution, directed by Rafaela Dreisin (MM ’10, Trumpet); Federal Hill Parlor Series, founded by Megan Ihnen (MM ’09, Voice); Vivre Musicale, a performance group with several Peabody alumni; outerspaces, with DMA candidate James Young as artistic director; and Occasional Symphony, founded by MM candidates Norman Huynh and Stephen Mulligan.

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