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Lunch & Learn

Low Latency internet connections have been essential in this time of COVID-19 for collaborative music making. Join us for a discussion of how these platforms work and how they may continue to be a part of our world after the pandemic abates.

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Presenters


Abra BushAbra Bush, moderator

Senior Associate Dean of Institute Studies Abra K. Bush, DMA, oversees all elements of the curriculum and personnel for the academic and applied study areas of the Peabody Institute, including faculty affairs, Academic Affairs, Ensemble Operations, and the Arthur Friedheim Music Library. Read Abra Bush's full bio>>


Eileen CornettEileen Cornett

Eileen Cornett established the graduate Vocal Accompanying Program in Collaborative Piano at Peabody Conservatory, and is currently enjoying her twenty-fourth year as principal coach with Peabody’s Opera Theatre Program.  She performs as a collaborative pianist, opera coach, solo and orchestral pianist, music director, and conductor. Read Eileen Cornett's full bio>>


Ian HowellIan Howell

Ian Howell's scholarly work explores the special psychoacoustics of the singing voice, with an eye toward practical applications for singers and voice teachers. Human senses interpret reality according to a dependable set of rules. These same senses also perceive greater detail once we internalize more precise labels and conceptual models. Dr. Howell’s work produces new aural/visual models that better characterize the perceptual qualities of sung vowels and voice registration. He unpacks and identifies the perceptually coherent components of a vowel, showing how absolute, objective labels apply to the relative scale of tonal brightness.


Richard StoneRichard Stone

Lutenist Richard Stone has performed as soloist and accompanist worldwide. The New York Times called his playing “beautiful” and “lustrously melancholy,” while the Washington Post described it as having “the energy of a rock solo and the craft of a classical cadenza.” He founded and co-directs Philadelphia baroque orchestra Tempesta di Mare.

Soloist engagements have included a two-season nationwide tour of the complete Bach lute suites, and lute concerti with the Handel & Haydn Society of Boston and Cleveland baroque orchestra Apollo’s Fire. Solo recordings include the world premiere of the complete lute concerti of Silvius Leopold Weiss, Johann Friedrich Fasch’s lute concerto, lute suites by Weiss, and new theorbo music by David Loeb. A‑R Editions has published Stone’s reconstructions of the Weiss concerti in its Recent Researches series. Read Richard Stone's full bio>>


Dana ZenobiDana Zenobi

A native of Northport, NY, Dana Zenobi is a versatile performer who embraces both standard repertoire and new music. An active recitalist, Dr. Zenobi earned national recognition as an interpreter of art song by women composers when she was awarded an Honorable Mention for Exceptional Repertoire by The American Prize (2016). She has appeared as concert soloist with ensembles including the Austin Civic Orchestra, the Valley Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, the Austin Chamber Ensemble, and line upon line percussion ensemble. She has also performed with Viola by Choice chamber music ensemble, and is featured on their 2010 debut recording, Florilegium. 
 
Zenobi has taught Vocal Diction, Vocal Pedagogy, Song Literature and first-year Theory and Ear Training, as well as an interdisciplinary course in Music and Gender Studies. Her studio teaching was nationally recognized in 2014, when The American Prize competition issued her an "Inspiration in Teaching" award. Zenobi founded BELTA.org, a nonprofit that provides free crowdfunding services and entrepreneurial support to artists and musicians. She has presented lectures and lecture recitals at numerous conferences and festivals including the Texoma Regional Conference of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), the Music By Women Festival, and the Associated Colleges of the South Gender Studies Conference.  Dr. Zenobi holds a dual degree in Music and Women's Studies from Duke University, as well as both an MM and a DMA from The University of Texas at Austin.
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12:00 pm Tuesday, March 9 FREE