MM candidate Yiyi Cui and sophomore Matthew Sullivan were both selected for inclusion at the New York Electronic Music Festival. Cui’s “Beijing Impression,” a video, and Sullivan’s “Armodafinil” for trombone and computer will be performed at the festival, to be held June 2-8 in NYC. Cui and Sullivan study Computer Music Composition with McGregor Boyle.
BM Computer Music student Edwin Huet was selected for inclusion in the 2014 Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Conference. Edwin’s piece “Voyager,’” for fixed media was featured at the conference which was held March 27-29 at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. Huet is a student of McGregor Boyle.
MM Computer Music student Yiyi Cui won first prize in the 2014 Prix D’eté chamber music competition with her piece “Beijing Impression.” BM Computer Music students Edwin Huet and Sean Kaesler won second and third prize, respectively, for their works “Prism” and ” Timeless Frame.” The winning pieces will be performed on a special Thursday […]
Laura Kafka-Price, Ph.D, Group Voice Instructor at the Preparatory, was voted on to the MD/DC NATS Board on February 15; she also served as a judge for the MD/DC NATS District Student Auditions in February at Towson University. Her film review: “Wałesa: Człowiek z Nadziei”: Poland’s Official Entry at the 2014 Academy Awards for Best […]
Preparatory student Na Hyun Kyun, violin, won third place in the 43rd Annual Joseph and Goldie Feder Memorial String Competition, Intermediate Division. Kyun is a student of Matthew Horwitz-Lee.
What happens when you take more than 100 Baltimore City Schools and BSO OrchKids students, add guidance and instruction from Peabody faculty and students, and spend a week creating a unique work of art? Two exhilarating concerts featuring an original work of music that demonstrates the power of community, collaboration, creativity and music in education. […]
Conservatory and Preparatory faculty member Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition) has been selected to receive the Spirit of Sustainability Award for his leadership in the classroom and beyond, exploring innovative means to reduce paper, and fostering a sense of sustainable values in his students. This award recognizes the people who demonstrate a unique […]
Dr. Hollis Robbins, a member of the Humanities faculty since 2006 and currently chair of the department, has been chosen as the recipient of the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award for 2014. The award will be presented at this year’s graduation exercises on May 22.