Peabody Alumni Speak About Live Streaming Skills

Andrew Bohman (BM ’20, Composition), Colin Sorgi (BM ’09, GPD ’13, Violin), and David Sexton (BM ’19, Voice; BM ’20, Recording Arts) were interviewed this story in The Baltimore Sun, More than ‘just turning on a camera’: How some of Baltimore’s liveliest classical music livestreams are made, which examined the skills musicians need to live […]

Teng Chen to Record the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Performing Holst’s ‘The Planets’ and More

Recording arts and piano student Teng Chen will record the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society Women’s Chorus with director Tom Hall, percussionist Christopher Lamb, and conductor John Storgårds in concert on Friday, May 20. The program includes Tan Dun’s Water Concerto, Libby Larsen’s EARTH Holst Trope – a BSO Centennial Commission and world premiere – and Gustav Holst’s The Planets. Ms. […]

Hadi Sumoro, Xian Yu Establish HX Audio Lab, LLC

Hadi Sumoro (MA ’07, Audio Sciences) and Xian Yu (MA ’09, Audio Sciences) have established a Philadelphia based company: HX Audio Lab, LLC. The company provides services in room acoustics, sound system design and optimization, loudspeaker design, and audio education. More information is available at http://www.hxaudiolab.com/.

Jennifer Nicole Campbell Records David Auldon Brown’s Piano Sonata No. 1

Jennifer Nicole Campbell (BM ’14, MM ’15, Piano) recently recorded David Auldon Brown’s Piano Sonata No. 1 at the Music School of Delaware with Charles Street Sound, a Baltimore-based recording studio founded by Peabody alumnus Daniel Rorke (MM ’15, Audio Sciences). The recording is available here, as well as on Ms. Campbell’s most recent CD, […]

Symphony Number One Announces New Album and Concert Tour

Symphony Number One, a local chamber orchestra comprised of and run by Peabody students and alumni, announced SNO on the Road, a concert tour from Tuesday, February 16 to Friday, March 4 featuring senior undergraduate saxophonist Sean Meyers and pianist Liz Hill. The tour features the premiere performance of a piano and saxophone version of […]

Thomas Dolby Named Headliner at 2016 Baltimore Light City Festival

Homewood Professor of the Arts Thomas Dolby will be a headline performer at the inaugural Light City festival in Baltimore taking place Monday, March 28 through Sunday, April 3. The news was featured in a staff report in The Johns Hopkins HUB on Thursday, February 4.

Peabody Alumni Collaborate in Recording Project with Army Veteran Composer

Jennifer Nicole Campbell (BM ’14, MM ’15, Piano) recently worked with Charles Street Sound, co-founded by Daniel Rorke (MM ’15, Audio Sciences) and master’s recording arts student Arun Ravendhran, to record two works by Baltimore composer and army ranger veteran Mark Maarder, who studied at the Peabody Preparatory before serving in the United States Army in […]

Edwin Huet wins third award in Luigi Russolo International Sound Art Competition

Edwin Huet (BM ’15, Computer Music), a recording arts and computer music master’s student studying with Geoffrey Wright, won the third award in the Luigi Russolo International Sound Art Competition in Barcelona for his work Meridian. As part of the prize, the piece will appear on a compilation CD from the competition. Four prizes were […]