In January 2013, Daniel Levitov performed Darius Milhaud’s Cello Concerto No. 2 with the Pazardjik Symphony Orchestra in Bulgaria. This performance was broadcast on local television and a concert recording was made. This project was partially funded by a Preparatory Faculty Development Grant.
Danya Katok (MM ’09, Voice) will perform with cellist Julia Biber at the Classical at Pete’s concert series at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn on April 11. The concert will feature John Tavener’s Akhmatova Songs, Lembit Beecher’s Three Songs of Remembered Love, and the world premiere of James Sproul’s The End.
Sharada Rao (BM ’01, Saxophone), an actuary in Washington, D.C., was featured in an article in the Society of Acuaries’ The Actuary Magazine. In the interview, she speaks about her continued involvement with music and how the skills she learned at Peabody translated into her current career.
Four new recordings by Chesley Kahmann (Parsons) (’58, Composition) have been published by Orbiting Clef Productions, including Call Me A Dreamer and Collision, which are Vol. 8 and 6 of The Kahmann Touch series of songs sung by The Interludes, Kahmann’s long-time singing group. Love Scenes (Vol. 9) sung by Jennifer McBride with Kahmann performing […]
Naenah Jeon, a cello student of Daniel Levitov, won second place in the junior division of the Asian American Music Society’s International Competition.