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The Peabody Post
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GPD student Gonzalo Farias, conducting, has been appointed the new assistant conductor of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
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DMA candidate Brandon Cave, trumpet, has won an audition and a position with the Navy Fleet Band.
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Faculty artist Kevin Puts, composition, will make his Santa Fe Opera debut alongside soprano Renée Fleming with his work, Letters from Georgia. The song cycle was written for Fleming and premiered in 2016. The performance will be on Saturday, August 10, 2019, at 8:00 pm during Santa Fe’s regular season. Also on the program will be Strauss’ Vier letzte Lieder.
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Festival Baltimore will return June 3-17, and will feature a number of Peabody alumni and faculty. Svet Stoyanov (BM ‘03, GPD ‘05, Percussion) will play on Friday, June 8, at 7:30 pm. He will perform music by Bartok and Crum for two pianos and percussion. Faculty artist Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet, will perform on Saturday, June 9, at 7:30 pm. He will play on a program featuring the complete works for viola, clarinet, and piano by Robert Schumann. Netanel Draiblate (MM ’07, GPD ’09, Violin) will play on Sunday, June 17, at 7:30 pm, in the More…
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Peter Bay (MM ’80, Conducting) has organized and will conduct a production of Bernstein’s MASS: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers. The production, in his home of Austin, Texas, will include 300 cast and crew members, the involvement of all of the major performing arts organizations in Austin, and an opening night Gala event featuring the families of Leonard Bernstein and John F. Kennedy. This collaboration of all the major performing arts organizations in Austin is unprecedented. A project of this magnitude has been a lifelong dream of Bay, and comes at a More…
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Conservatory dance chair danah bella’s work kung saan ka has been selected for the Red Rock Dance Festival Choreography Showcase 2018. The showcase will take place on Saturday, June 9, at 7:30 pm at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.
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DMA candidate Sun-A Park, piano, won first place in the 2018 Serge and Olga Koussevitzky Young Artist Award. She received a cash prize and a recital at the Musicians Club of New York’s Concert Series. The award ceremony took place at the Musician’s Club of New York’s Eighth Annual Joseph H. Conlin Benefit Gala, on Saturday, May 5 at 6:00 pm. Park and the other winners performed at this gala as well.
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Peabody was featured in Baltimore Magazine’s Music Issue. The story highlights the classical music institutions in Baltimore that are making music accessible and relevant to new audiences. In the Peabody feature, Dean Fred Bronstein and DMA candidate Yoshi Horiguchi (MM ’17, Double Bass/Pedagogy) are interviewed. It also mentions the Peabody Chamber Opera’s production of Out of Darkness: Two Remain and some of the new classes offered to Conservatory students.
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David Faleris (MM ’06, Trombone) has achieved second place in The American Prize in Composition, 2017-18, in the instrumental chamber music division (professional composer), for his work entitled “A Martyred Village.”
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Byeong Woo Lee (GPD ’98, Guitar; GPD ’00, Chamber Ensemble) recently performed for Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae In at the Korean Demilitarized Zone during a historical meeting between the two countries. Lee played his solo guitar piece Bird alongside a traditional Korean musician and a boy who sang at the winter Olympics. Also in attendance were 40 representatives from both countries.
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