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Preparatory Faculty Recital

Leith Symington Griswold Hall

Andréa Picard Boecker and Lauren Rausch, violin  Robyn Stevens, mezzo soprano Chad Bowles, Rebecca Obniski, Hyun-Sook Park, and Marianna Prjevals...

Alumni Event: Great String Quartets of the 20th Century

Howard Community College

This concert is presented through the Howard Community College Faculty Concert Series. Advanced tickets available until February 17 for a discou...

Alumni Event: Tariq Al-Sabir (BM '15, Voice)

David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

Tariq Al-Sabir will perform his self-composed show, #Unwanted: A Social Media Song Cycle, at Lincoln Center. This multimedia piece highlights the t...

Alumni and Student Event: DMA Candidate Lior Willinger, Piano, and Matt Stiens (MM ’17, Percussion)

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

DMA Candidate Lior Willinger, piano, and Matt Stiens (MM ’17, Percussion) present the fourth season of If Music Be the Food, a concert series that ...


Peabody Battle of the Bands

The Crown

Musicians will compete for the title of the "Best Classical Bar Musicians" as decided by an audience vote.

Alumni and Faculty Event: Aspen String Trio

Opera Naples

The Aspen String Trio will present a concert with the Beaux Arts Chamber Series. They will feature Tao Lin, piano, on this concert as well, and the...

Alumni Event: Kerry Holahan (MM ’14 Early Music Voice) and Susan Zhang (GPD ’18 Piano)

Blind Whino

Kerry Holahan and Susan Zhang  will perform the song cycle “She Who Continues” by Natalie Draper (DMA ’17 Composition) at the inaugural Boulanger I...

Alumni Event: Britt Olsen-Ecker (BM '09, Voice) and Melissa Wimbish (GPD ’11, Voice; GPD ’14, Chamber Ensemble)

Metro Gallery

Outcalls band will appear at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore with RAINDEER for an album release party. June Pastel (Anthony Peña) will also be there...

Student Event: Jordan Prescott, Organ

Washington National Cathedral

Jordan Prescott will present a recital featuring works by Bach, Franck, Johannes Matthias Michel, and Messiaen. Free, but with $10 suggested do...