June 9, 2021
With the University’s recent announcement about the changing guidance for the fall semester, we wanted to share with you our revised guidance and policies for applied instruction for the fall 2021 semester. Given the unique nature of our applied music and dance instruction there are some subtle differences from the University guidance that are specific to Peabody. These revised guidelines are attached and below for your review. Please note that this guidance may continue to change and evolve over the coming months to reflect state and local regulations or changes in the University’s policies.
Peabody Institute guidance for applied instruction – Fall 2021
These guidelines contain recommended health and safety protocols for The Johns Hopkins University’s gradual, multiphase resumption of on-campus activities. It is intended to apply to all members of our Peabody community—Johns Hopkins affiliates (faculty, staff, students, post-doctoral fellows, and trainees), as well as contractors, vendors, visitors, and guests—while on campus or in university facilities. We anticipate that these guidelines will evolve as the changing severity of the pandemic and our ability to respond to it allow us to move through the phases of our return-to-campus framework, subject to state and local regulations and our own public health assessment.
Masking, distancing, and testing
Private lessons for Keyboard, Strings, Harp, Guitar, Percussion, and Music for New Media
Private lessons for wind, brass and voice
Instrumental Ensembles, Repertoire and Studio Classes
Choral Ensembles and Opera classes
Look through the full fall 2021 student resources for more information about Conservatory plans.
Look through the Preparatory's plans for Spring 2021.