Jim Ashton Awarded Funding for Research Project, “Regeneration and Redlining”

Humanities faculty member Jim Ashton was awarded funding for his research project “Regeneration and Redlining: Race and the Arts in 20th century Baltimore,” which will study the history of elite arts institution and the Black cultural community as a matter of investment and urban real estate. Dr. Ashton will be working with faculty mentor Hollis […]

Robert Cantrell to Perform Kapilow, Copland, and More

Bass-baritone Robert Cantrell (MM ’90, GPD ’92, Voice) will appear as a soloist in The Polar Express by Robert Kapilow with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, The Maryland State Boychoir, and conductor Ken Lam (MM ’07, Orchestral Conducting) on Wednesday, December 2 and Friday, December 4. Read more and purchase tickets here. Mr. Cantrell will also […]

Michael Angelucci Wins The American Prize in Piano

On Friday, October 9, Michael Angelucci (BM ’03, MM ’06, Piano) was declared the winner of The American Prize in Piano, professional solo division, 2015. The American Prize is a series of new, non-profit competitions unique in scope and structure, designed to recognize and reward the best performing artists, ensembles, and composers in the United […]