Yellow Barn Music Haul traveling concert pulls into Baltimore for three free shows

Concerts will feature performances by Peabody students, alums

Yellow Barn Music Haul—a self-contained traveling concert venue that transforms any street corner, open lot, or playground into a music hall—will visit Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus for a free concert next week.

The concert program—which will take from on the Freshman Quad from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Monday—features percussionist and Peabody Conservatory alumnus Ian Rosenbaum; accordionist Merima Ključo; and Rabbit Rabbit, the duo made up of Peabody Preparatory alumna Carla Kihlstedt and Matthias Bossi. Current Peabody Conservatory percussion students Matthew Overbay, Christopher Salvito, Arlo Shultis, and Matthew Stiens will also perform on the Yellow Barn Music Haul stage.

Yellow Barn, a renowned center for chamber music in Putney, Vermont, is partnering with the Peabody Institute to bring Yellow Barn Music Haul to Baltimore for three free, community-centered performances on Sunday and Monday in Baltimore's Remington and Harlem Park neighborhoods and on JHU's Homewood campus.

The performances are part of Yellow Barn Music Haul's inaugural road trip, which begins in Putney and concludes in Dallas, Texas. Its stops in Baltimore are made possible by a gift from Peabody National Advisory Council member Paula Boggs and Randee Fox.

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