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21st Century Cities
How Baltimore can help businesses prosper
Published Oct 16, 2017
New report from 21st Century Cities Initiative examines how funding in Baltimore affects small businesses, economic growth
Undergraduate research
Obstruction reduction
Published Oct 16, 2017
Hopkins student team reaches finals of Collegiate Inventors Competition with device that helps open obstructed nostrils and curb snoring
Biochemical engineering
Soft 'smart' robots?
Published Oct 16, 2017
DNA trigger causes hydrogels to change shape, a new way to create robots that don't rely on wires or batteries

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Alexandra Razskazoff Ties for First Place in Academy of Vocal Arts Competition
Published Oct 16, 2017
Alexandra Razskazoff (BM ‘14, Voice) tied for first place at the Academy of Vocal Arts 2017 Giargiari Bel Canto Competition this past weekend in Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center.  Razskazoff studied... / The Peabody Post
Wade Davis to Make Baroque Cello Debut
Published Oct 16, 2017
Wade Davis (MM ’11, GPD ’13, Baroque Violoncello) will make his Baroque cello debut at the Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday, October 18 at 7:00 pm. The festival is... / The Peabody Post
Manuel Barrueco to Give Concert at Towson University
Published Oct 16, 2017
Peabody faculty artist Manuel Barrueco will play at Towson University on Saturday, October 28. This concert is a part of his 2017 tour, which has spanned across the U.S and Europe. The Spanish Guitar will... / The Peabody Post
Buchanan Brothers Featured in Baltimore Sun Article
Published Oct 16, 2017
An article in The Baltimore Sun highlights Peabody alumni and faculty artists Douglas Buchanan (MM ’08, Composition, Music Theory Pedagogy; DMA ’13, Composition) and Benjamin Buchanan (MM ’14,... / The Peabody Post
Peabody Piano Camp Featured in The Beacon
Published Oct 16, 2017
Peabody is featured in The Beacon this month. The Conservatory hosts a summer camp for adults who love playing the piano each summer. The camp is a week-long event where campers receive private coachings,... / The Peabody Post
Matthew Odell Toured Europe
Published Oct 16, 2017
Matthew Odell (MM ’03, GPD ’05, Piano) was recently on a tour around Europe. He traveled to many countries, and some of the highlights include a solo recital at St. Martin-in-the-Fields in... / The Peabody Post
Denise Tryon Featured on Podcast
Published Oct 16, 2017
Faculty artist Denise Tryon, horn, was recently featured on The Brass Junkies Podcast. She talked about her career as a former member of the Philadelphia Orchestra and as a faculty member at Peabody. / The Peabody Post
Blake Meister to Perform at An Die Musik
Published Oct 16, 2017
Faculty artist Blake Meister (BM ’08, Jazz Double Bass) will play the bass in an upcoming concert celebrating Thelonius Monk and Dizzy Gillespie’s 100th birthday. The concert is on Sunday, October... / The Peabody Post
MEDIA ADVISORY: City Leaders to Discuss How to Finance Baltimore’s Growth
Published Oct 16, 2017
Public, private, academic, and nonprofit leaders from Baltimore and elsewhere in Maryland will gather to discuss strategies for strengthening Baltimore’s financing system for small companies, following... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Peabody Alumni Participate in Summer Music Festival
Published Oct 16, 2017
Peabody alumni Daniel Horn (’76, Piano), Ann Palen (MM ‘89, Violin), and Jeannie Yu (DMA ’05, Piano) participated in the 27th annual Midsummer’s Music Festival in Door County, Wis. The program... / The Peabody Post
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