Take 5! Irene Jalenti Quartet Plays Thelonious Monk

Vocalist Irene Jalenti (BM ’14, Jazz Voice) and her quartet present a concert dedicated to the music of jazz icon Thelonius Monk. Known for his signature improvisational style, many of Monk’s compositions are part of the jazz canon. Join them as they celebrate the centennial year of this legendary pianist by performing fresh arrangements of […]

Tuned-In Students to Perform for Hopkins on the Hill

The Wind,Brass,Percussion Congregation, Eli Wirth (BM ’99, Tuba; MM ’02, Music Education) and Daniel Trahey (BM ’00, Tuba, Music Education) will represent Tuned-In atĀ Hopkins on the Hill, an event on Tuesday, June 13, at 6:00 pm, featuring federally-funded, early career researchers from across the university. The event, where Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels […]

Amit Peled featured in the Wall Street Journal

In an article by Scott Calvert for the Wall Street Journal, Amit Peled describes his journey to receiving and playing on Pablo Casals’s cello. The cello was thoroughly restored at the urging of Peled, who will take it on a 19-stop cello-and-piano recital tour. Peled will perform on Casals’s cello in a recital at Peabody […]

The Aspen String Trio performs in Los Angeles

The Aspen String Trio, of which faculty artist Victoria Chiang, viola, and Michael Mermagen (BM ’84, Cello) are members, will be performing along with fellow member David Perry in Los Angeles on November 10 – 12. As part of the Music Guild’s 70th anniversary season, the Aspen String Trio will perform two string trios and […]

Aspen String Trio featured on WBJC on September 27

The Aspen String Trio, of which faculty artist Victoria Chiang, viola, and Michael Mermagen (BM ’84, Cello) are members, will be featured on Music in Maryland on WBJC, 91.5 FM, Maryland’s Classical Music Station on September 27 at 6 pm. The program will include Brahms Trio in A minor, Op. 114 for Viola, Cello and […]