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Description

InterPlay, a collaboration between the Peabody Institute and University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), began in 2016 to connect Peabody graduate students with UMBC undergraduate music majors. The partnership has evolved to feature a mentored, four-session teaching project for Peabody graduate students in collaboration with UMBC faculty. Teaching projects to date have included master classes, lessons for specified instruments, chamber music coaching, orchestral sectionals, audition preparation seminars, improvisation workshop, career advising, and mock audition panels.

Interplay 2021-2022 participants will receive a $300 stipend. In addition to valuable teaching experience, participants also receive mentorship from both Peabody and UMBC faculty, as well as feedback on teaching from students and audiences.

Participant responsibilities include:

  • Teaching: Three to four sessions with UMBC students during Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 Semester. Teaching content and schedule will be determined according to the participants’ field and availability.
  • Meetings: Two meetings with Dr. Hoover and Dr. Yoshioka during teaching semester.

 Eligibility and Requirements

  • The program is open to currently enrolled graduate students (DMA DIPs are welcome to apply)
  • Performers will be selected from the following for Interplay 2021-2022:  
    • piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, jazz saxophone, trombone, tuba/euphonium, percussion, violin, cello, guitar, voice (spring only), composition (spring only)
  • Applicants are expected to have teaching experience or must be planning to teach.
  • Chosen applicants are expected to participate in all required teaching and mentorship to receive stipend.
  • Introductory performance for UMBC communityWednesday, October 6th from 1-2 pm

Application Instructions and Timeline

Priority deadline for applications is September 12, 2021. Applications can be found here.

For further information, please contact Khandeya Sheppard, Manager of Community Partnerships at kdsheppard@jhu.edu.