The student body of about 750 students is half graduate students and half undergraduates. Students come from more than 40 states and 30 countries.
Peabody alumni are award-winning composers, recording engineers at the highest levels of their industries, teachers at all levels of education, and performing members and conductors of more than 35 professional orchestras, including the Baltimore, National, Chicago, and Cleveland orchestras, as well as the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonics.
Peabody alumni and current faculty have won more than 17 Grammy Awards as well as Guggenheim fellowships, MacArthur grants, Emmy Awards, and Avery Fisher Career Grants, among other prizes.
There are nearly 1,000 solo and ensemble performances and events at Peabody between September and May of each year.
More than 90% of Peabody students receive scholarships.
The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University trains and prepares the next generation of artists to shape the future of their fields and their communities. A leader at the intersection of art and education, with a sustained focus on excellence and innovation, Peabody equips alumni to become socially conscious leaders who can respond to and thrive in today’s changing performing arts landscape.