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classical music

Peabody hosts sensory-friendly concert for autistic listeners
Published April 5, 2019
The interactive concert, held in partnership with advocacy organization the Musical Autist, is designed to appeal to people with neurological differences
Classical Music
For HSO, a happy return to home venue
Published March 7, 2019
After a nearly two-year absence, the orchestra returns to the stage at renovated Shriver Hall this weekend
Performance
HCO's classical weekend
Published Feb 15, 2019
Conductor Jordan Randall Smith chats about the classical era and how musicians are thinking about reassessing the canon
Classical music
For HSO, a finishing touch
Published Nov 29, 2018
Music director Jed Gaylin discusses the music of Mozart and the role a conductor plays when working with unfinished works
Q+A
Conducting, community, and concerts
Published Sept 27, 2018
Jordan Randall Smith, assistant conductor for the Hopkins Concert Orchestra, discusses his approach to programming and conducting
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
Timeless music, time-honored venue
Published Oct 12, 2017
With renovations ongoing at Shriver Hall, HSO's search for new performance space leads to old favorite
Q+A
The art of 'making something really beautiful'
Published Sept 22, 2017
Peabody doctoral student Blair Skinner talks about conducting and what it's like to lead the Hopkins Concert Orchestra
Artscape 2017
Fresh take on 'The Freshman'
Published July 14, 2017
Peabody alum Michael Britt adds organ accompaniment for 1925 slapstick silent movie starring Harold Lloyd
If music be the food
Concert series benefits Md. Food Bank
Published Feb 27, 2017
Peabody grad student Lior Willinger organized two-concert spring series, which begins March 1
Q+A
Climate change composition
Published Dec 16, 2016
Peabody grad Andrew Posner tackles man-made environmental destruction in mournful composition