Peabody Students Win First Place in the 2022 MD/DC National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition
Preparatory and conservatory students of vocal professors Madeleine Gray and Carl DuPont placed first in the 2022 MD/DC National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition. The list of first place winners is as follows:
Conducting doctoral candidate Michael Repper conducts the New York Youth Symphony in their first studio recording. The recording features four pieces by Florence Price, Valerie Coleman, and Jessie Montgomery. Their live album is set to release on April 8, 2022.
Violin student Jacqueline Audas won 1st place in Peabody’s Yale Gordon Competition for Strings. Audas will enjoy a $1,500 cash prize, a solo performance with the Peabody Symphony Orchestra in 2022-23, and a recital on the Shriver Hall Concert Series Discovery Series in April 2022. Cello student Sunnat Ibragimov won 2nd place, and violin student […]
Peabody Preparatory student Son Duong, a student of Professor Yong Hi Moon, received first place in the high school division for the Marian Garcia International Piano Competition on October 31st. Duong also received the U.S. National Foundation Chopin Scholarship, awarding him $1,000 for demonstrating exceptional talent and understanding of Chopin’s music. Duong will also be […]
Doctorate of Music Arts students Steph Zimmerman and Nonoka Mizukami presented Inspiring A New Generation of Luthiers: A New Organology within the Curriculum of an American Conservatory in a live session on Early Musics in the 21st Century at the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting. Alongside Associate Professor of Musicology Susan Weiss, Zimmerman and Mizukami […]
Peabody organ students Wendy Johnston, Andrew Johnson, and Jordan Prescott have each earned professional certifications from the American Guild of Organists. Johnston received the Colleague certification (CAGO) in October 2020. Johnson and Prescott both received the Associateship certification (AAGO) in June 2021. Andrew Johnson is a student of Dr. Daniel Aune. Wendy Johnston and Jordan […]
Composition Master of Music student Andrew Burke has been named a 2021 Merriweather District Artist-in-Residence. Artists will host workshops and community events throughout their residency, which will culminate with an interactive exhibition.
Doctor of Musical Arts in Guitar candidate Andrew Marino will appear as a guest lecturer/performer at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music, presenting his research titled Changing Viewpoints: The Evolution of Middle Eastern Style Influence on Guitar Works from the Nineteenth Century to Present-Day.
Undergraduate vocal studies student Kevin Paton-Cole presented his paper “The Suppression of Folk Music in the 20th Century: The Case for Music from the African Diaspora” at the 25th annual conference of the Midwest Graduate Music Consortium, held virtually by the Society of Music Research at the University of Michigan.
Ashna Pathan, a senior Music for New Media student, has been selected for the Television Academy Foundation’s 2021 Summer Fellows program. The Television Academy Foundation’s annual Internship Program provides 50 internships, at top Hollywood studios and production companies, to college students nationwide. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year the Television Academy Foundation offers the […]