Nikita Borisevich (GPD ’13, Violin; GPD ’15, Chamber Music) and Margarita Loukachkina (BM ’10, MM ’12, Piano) are the first recipients of the Young Artist Development Series internship, formed by the Peabody Institute and El Paso Pro-Musica under the artistic direction of Peabody Distinguished Alumni Award honoree Zuill Bailey (BM ’94, Cello) to promote community engagement […]
Kisma Jordan, Madelyn Wanner, and Melissa Wimbish to Perform in Annapolis Opera’s “Angels and Demons”
Soprano Kisma Jordan (GPD ’12, Opera), mezzo-soprano Madelyn Wanner (BM ’09, Voice), and soprano Melissa Wimbish (GPD ’11, Voice; GPD ’14, Chamber Music) will perform in “Angels and Demons,” a program presented by Annapolis Opera showcasing the many saints and sinners of the operatic repertoire. The concert will be conducted by artistic director Ronald Gretz and […]
Julian Gargiulo to Premiere Cello Sonata at Carnegie Hall with “Getting to Carnegie” Cello Competition Finalists
Steinway artist Julian Gargiulo (MM ’97, Piano) will perform in concert at Carnegie Hall in what serves as the final round of his “Getting to Carnegie” cello competition, which features four finalists among applicants from around the world each premiering a movement of his Cello Sonata alongside him on stage. The audience will then vote […]
Matt Bacon (BM ’10, Guitar) is one of the featured artists for the India Guitar Federation‘s annual festivals this December. Mr. Bacon will tour India giving performances and masterclasses in locations including Calcutta and Delhi. Mr. Bacon currently teaches guitar and music theory at KM Music Conservatory in Chennai, India.
Faculty artist Michael Hersch’s opera, On the Threshold of Winter, was featured in Nashville Scene in anticipation of the October 30 performance at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee. “His music is full of contrasts between moments of explosive energy and stillness. Hersch often calls on his singers and string players to […]