Joshua Walden’s book noted by Chronicle of Higher Education

Musicology faculty member Joshua Walden’s book, Sounding Authentic: The Rural Miniature and Musical Modernism was noted in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Weekly Book List, February 14, 2013.”  The book discusses a genre of 20th-century art music comprising short pieces for violin and piano that most often drew inspiration from Spanish, Jewish, and East and […]

Atlantic Guitar Quartet’s album reviewed in Baltimore Magazine

The Atlantic Guitar Quartet’s debut album received a review in Baltimore Magazine. “mesmeric chamber music that’s enchanting and peculiar, but never precious. These five compositions […] radiate an intensity that has nothing to do with volume or the layering of instruments. Instead they draw upon an internal combustion that smolders without igniting. It’s a perfect […]

Michael Summa won GTM Young Composer’s Award

Michael Summa (BM ’08, Composition) won his second Guild of Temple Musician’s Young Composer’s Award.  He won last year for his setting of Psalms. This year, Summa has won for Hallel for Children’s and Adult Choir. This is the 4th year in a row that a member of the Peabody community has won the Young […]