Peabody Johns Hopkins University Magazine


Created and led by Mark Cudek since 1988, the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble celebrates its 35th anniversary. This year, the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble (PRE) celebrates its 35th anniversary with its spring program, If Music Be the Food of Love, a special collaboration with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. Along with actors from

The Peabody-Levine ensemble brings together guitar students from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Young guitarists in the Baltimore/ Washington, D.C., region have new opportunities for musical growth and community with the launch last October of the Peabody-Levine Guitar Ensemble Collaboration Project. The collaboration between Peabody Preparatory’s Guitar Performance Academy and Levine

Welcome to Nono’s World, a brightly colored landscape of rocks and trees and clouds, occupied by a pink and blue cartoon axolotl with enormous eyes and an impish smile. Known as a neuro-animation therapeutic experience, Nono’s World was developed to help people who have had strokes regain fine motor movements.

Singing since the age of 12, Dr. China Wilson was bitten by the stardom bug after she co-starred in a 1997 adaption of West Side Story that was produced in the Boston area and featured on 60 Minutes. As she continued performing professionally, she considered studying performing arts in college

Inter-Asian Cultural Expo showcases broad range of music and performing art The second-annual free Inter-Asian Cultural Expo takes place April 1 and 2 on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, featuring a wide range of current students and recent alumni of both the Peabody Institute and Johns Hopkins, as well as

Arthur Friedheim Library, Hopkins Symphony partner to update underrepresented musicians’ Wikipedia entries The Arthur Friedheim Library at the Peabody Institute and the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra team up for Canons Away, a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon focusing on historically underrepresented composers and performers on Saturday, January 28. From 10 am to 4 pm,