Alice Huang won Hopkins Symphony Concerto Competition

Alice Huang, sophomore Arts and Sciences student and violin minor, is one of the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition winners. She will perform the first movement of Sibelius’ Violin Concerto with the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra at Shriver Hall on April 26 at 8 pm.  Huang is a student of Melina Gajger.

Jake Runestad news

Two-time Grammy-nominated vocal ensemble Seraphic Fire has been awarded a grant from the Ann Stookey Fund for New Music to commission Jake Runestad (MM ’11, Composition)  for a 20-minute work for voices and strings. Runestad recently worked with the Osceola All-County Honor Choir as they gave the premiere performance of his new arrangement of “Didn’t […]

Music, Mind, and Meaning conference press

The Music, Mind, and Meaning conference, hosted in January by the Peabody Institute, was highlighted in the article “Music, Mind, and Meaning- The Case for the Science of Music,” found at hypebot.com and allaboutjazz.com.