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The Breakthrough Curriculum also provides curated opportunities for qualified students seeking deeper immersion in community-based projects. These short- and long-term residencies and fellowships, available to students who have successfully completed the prerequisite Breakthrough Curriculum coursework, carry stipends and require a competitive application process.

Examples of current residency and fellowship opportunities include:

Creative Access

Peabody student volunteers bring live, interactive music to community organizations, hospices, and schools.

InterPlay

InterPlay, a joint venture of the Peabody Institute and University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), connects Peabody graduate students with UMBC undergraduate music majors for their mutual benefit.

Music Connects Series at the Johns Hopkins Hospital

Music Connects is an informal concert series in Chevy Chase Auditorium at Johns Hopkins Hospital which presents four lunchtime concerts per year to provide respite and engaging entertainment for medical faculty and staff.

Musician-in-Residence Program

Peabody's Musician-in-Residence program places Conservatory students in area senior living facilities.

Peabody at the Library

Peabody students work together with Baltimore City Library Branches to prepare and present fun, family-friendly concerts for the community.

Peabody at the Walters

The Walters Art Museum offers a variety of interdisciplinary, education, and other performance opportunities for Peabody students.

Peabody Musical Storytelling at the Enoch Pratt Children's Library

Peabody soloists or small ensembles create and perform a musical storytelling project in collaboration with Peabody faculty and the Enoch Pratt Central Children’s Library.

Penn Station Rush Hour Series

Peabody students serve as ambassadors for the city of Baltimore, welcoming in and seeing off travelers as they perform in the hall of Baltimore’s historic Penn Station during the height of rush hour on select Friday afternoons.

Sensory Friendly Performance Project

In collaboration with The Musical Autist, Peabody’s Sensory Friendly Performance Project provides a pre-formed undergraduate or graduate Conservatory chamber ensemble with the opportunity to plan, rehearse and execute an interactive performance experience which is fully accessible to those on the autism spectrum.

Sound Rounds

Peabody’s Sound Rounds program brings musical services to select locations in Johns Hopkins Hospital where patients experience long-term stays (currently, Maternity Inpatient and Comprehensive Transplant).

Young Artist Development Series

This weeklong fellowship in collaboration with El Paso Pro Musica provides an intensive, real-world training experience for performing musicians.

As a student at the Peabody Conservatory, you will develop the real-life skills of an artist by making your art in real-life settings. In addition to traditional performances in our concert halls, you will be able to practice programming, partnership, and production skills and shape your personal artistic vision through a variety of for-credit courses, volunteer extra-curricular activities, and targeted teaching and performance opportunities in different community settings.

Examples of community-based learning opportunities include:

HarpAdventures

Peabody harpists bring the harp and harp lessons into Baltimore-area schools.

Junior Bach

Peabody composition students volunteer to teach weekly one-on-one composition lessons in local schools.

Opera Outreach

Interactive opera performances are staged in schools all across Maryland.