Peabody Arts in Health Performances provide ensemble-based music programs for the hospital community, organized in partnership with Johns Hopkins Hospital and other Baltimore-based healthcare facilities. Past opportunities have included commemorative events as well as a Live@Lunchtime concert series with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Program in the Arts, Humanities, & Health.  

Performers will receive mentorship in program design aimed at those who visit, work, and are cared for at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Proposed programs will be reviewed by Peabody’s Arts in Health Program Manager and hospital partners for suitable fit. Musicians will be expected to program appropriately for this diverse audience and to introduce themselves and their music in a warm and engaging manner. For a start on repertoire ideas, see Guidelines for Musicians. 

Musicians receive a payment of $250/person per performance.  

Eligibility and Requirements

Current Peabody students who are active in an ensemble are eligible to apply for this series. Please note that curricular ensembles are not eligible to receive payment except to cover costs. 

Application Instructions and Timeline

  • Application Deadline: Sunday, March 12, 2023 
  • Apply via SMILE and submit supplementary application form 
  • Applications will be reviewed and follow-up meetings, if necessary, will be scheduled between March 27-April 28. Applicants that advance may be asked to provide supplemental information (e.g. proposed repertoire, etc.). 
  • Acceptance notifications will be made starting May 5 

Application Requirements

  • In SMILE, submit your resume/CV 
  • In the supplementary application form, submit the following: 
    • Brief questions about your interest in the program 
    • Biography 
    • Photo 
    • Recording/work sample (encouraged, but optional) 
    • Additional supplemental materials (optional) 

For further information, please contact Meagan Hughes, Arts in Health Program Manager.