Latest Releases

Laura Virella Releases Al menos cantos
Published June 24, 2022
Laura Virella (BM ’03, Voice) released Al menos cantos on June 17 with Russian-Mexican pianist Alla Milchtein. The album is the first commercial studio recording of music by composer Jack Délano and... / The Peabody Post
Sahffi Lynne Named Baker Artist Award Finalist
Published June 23, 2022
Sahffi Lynne (BM ’93, French Horn) has been named a Baker Artist Award Finalist for 2022 as one of as 36 artists that were selected from nearly 700 artists who created a Baker Artist Portfolio in... / The Peabody Post
Zach Gulaboff Davis Premieres Aurora 2
Published June 22, 2022
Composed in collaboration with the guitarist/videographer Phil Weaver and University of Alabama in Huntsville, Zach Gulaboff Davis’ (DMA ‘19, Composition) Aurora 2 showcases the natural wonders... / The Peabody Post
Two Faculty to Become Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Published June 22, 2022
Faculty JoAnne Silbert-Flagg and Brigit Vangraafeiland have been selected for induction as fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. / News
Minnesota Youth Symphonies Appoints Mark Mandarano Artistic Director
Published June 21, 2022
The Minnesota Youth Symphonies has appointed Mark Mandarano (MM ’91, Conducting), as its artistic director. MYS is one of the nation’s premier youth orchestra education programs, dedicated to conservatory-level... / The Peabody Post
Bobby Woody Accepted to Inaugural Teaching Artists Training Institute Learning Retreat
Published June 20, 2022
Tuned In alum and Preparatory faculty artist Bobby Woody has been accepted to the inaugural Teaching Artists Training Institute Learning Retreat. TATI provides a week-long experience in partnership with... / The Peabody Post
Amy Beth Kirsten Appointed Faculty at Curtis Institute
Published June 19, 2022
Amy Beth Kirsten (DMA ’10, Composition) has been appointed to the composition faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music beginning the 2022-23 academic year. / The Peabody Post
Matthew Stevens Releases In Common III
Published June 18, 2022
Peabody jazz faculty guitarist, Matthew Stevens, and tenor saxophonist, Walter Smith III have released the third recording of their In Common project, In Common III. The recording also features NEA Jazz... / The Peabody Post
James Richardson Completed DMA and Dissertation
Published June 17, 2022
James Richardson (MM ’03, Voice) completed a DMA this past December with a dissertation concerning his discovery of missing song manuscripts by British composer Armstrong Gibbs (1889-1960). His work—which... / The Peabody Post
Amit Peled Featured on The Strad Podcast
Published June 16, 2022
Amit Peled was featured in the The Strad Podcast, Episode #44 “Amit Peled on playing cello choirs.” Peled discusses various professional and educational experiences of being both a performer and instructor.... / The Peabody Post
Trent Johnson Premieres Across Continents In São Paulo
Published June 15, 2022
Trent Johnson (BM ’89; GPD ’91, Organ) had his new concerto for bass trombone and chamber orchestra premiered in April, in São Paulo, Brazil. The work is subtitled “Across Continents” and was... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Cynda Rushton Receives AACN Award for Distinguished Career
Published May 16, 2022
Professor and Endowed Chair Cynda Rushton has been selected to receive the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) Marguerite Rodgers Kinney Award for a Distinguished Career. / News
Katherine Ornstein Appointed As Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Center for Equity in Aging
Published May 9, 2022
Katherine Ornstein, PHD, MPH, will join the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s newly renamed Center for Equity in Aging. / News
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Appoints Robert Atkins as Executive Vice Dean
Published April 25, 2022
Robert (Bob) Atkins, a community builder and highly respected senior leader in higher education, will join the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing as Executive Vice Dean in August 2022. / News
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranks No. 3 in International Rankings
Published April 6, 2022
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is ranked the No. 3 nursing school in the world, according to 2022 QS World University Rankings. / News
USAID Administrator Samantha Power Named Johns Hopkins Commencement Speaker
Published April 1, 2022
Samantha Power, Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, will address the Class of 2022 at... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Scientists Contribute to 1st Complete Sequence of Human Genome
Published March 31, 2022
A group of Johns Hopkins University scientists has collaborated with more than 100 researchers around the world to assemble and analyze the first complete sequence of a human genome, two decades after... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Develops Sensor for Faster, More Accurate COVID-19 Tests
Published March 29, 2022
A COVID-19 sensor developed at Johns Hopkins University could revolutionize virus testing by adding accuracy and speed to a process that frustrated many during the pandemic. In a new study published today in... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranks No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report for Fifth Consecutive Year
Published March 29, 2022
Master’s and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs have been ranked No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report 2023 rankings. / News
JHU-Created Material Could Lead to Lighter and Safer Helmets and Vehicles
Published March 8, 2022
A team of Johns Hopkins University researchers created shock-absorbing material that protects like a metal, but is lighter, stronger, reusable. The new foam-like material could be a game-changer for helmets,... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Expert: Attacks on Ukrainian Hospitals are War Crimes
Published March 2, 2022
Violence against hospitals, patients, doctors, and other health workers such as those now taking place during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, destroy lives and the capacity of health systems to tend to... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins to Launch Center for Economy and Society
Published Feb 16, 2022
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University has established the Center for Economy and Society through $10 million in funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
ADVISORY: Elijah Cummings Portrait Unveiling
Published Jan 19, 2022
Before an assembly of Henderson-Hopkins students, Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels will join Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, widow of the late Congressman Elijah Cummings, and artist Christopher... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Astrophysicist Charles Bennett Receives Rumford Prize
Published Jan 13, 2022
The American Academy of Arts & Sciences has awarded Johns Hopkins University astrophysicist Charles L. Bennett one of the oldest and most celebrated awards in science, the Rumford Prize, an honor... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Bill Miller Donates $50 Million to JHU’s Department of Physics and Astronomy
Published Dec 16, 2021
Legendary investor and philanthropist William H. “Bill” Miller III has made a lead gift of $50 million in a combined $75 million philanthropic effort to support Johns Hopkins University’s Department... / News from The Johns Hopkins University