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Music

JHU's pep band turns 100
Published Spring 2022
A look back at the persistently pesky music troupe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The tell-tale A
Published Spring 2022
Sheet music signed "E.A. Poe" found in the Sheridan Libraries' Special Collections could change what we know about the famous poet. But is it a forgery? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
STUDENT LIFE
JHU's pep band turns 100
Published April 21, 2022
A look at the persistently pesky (and quirky) music troupe that has been a thorn in the side of visiting teams for the past century
Music
Students organize Ukraine benefit concert
Published April 14, 2022
Four graduate students at the Peabody Conservatory organized an evening of music by Eastern European composers and will raise money to support Ukraine through the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health
Special Collections
The Tell-Tale A
Published Feb 16, 2022
Sheet music signed "E.A. Poe" found in the Sheridan Libraries' Special Collections could change what we know about the famous poet. But is it a forgery?
Acoustics
The science of the sound of music
Published Dec 7, 2021
Engineering students teach acoustics course at Peabody, opening a new avenue for scientific and musical collaboration
Collaborating for change
Published March 10, 2021
March 11's debut concert of the Racial Justice Concert Series brings together Baltimore Ceasefire 365 and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society
Cognitive science
Music on the mind
Published Jan 5, 2021
Music Cognition course examines music through a highly interdisciplinary lens in order to answer complex questions of human brain function and development
The near future of performance
Published Fall 2020
The bad news is that we probably won't go see musicians play live and in the same room with other people until sometime next year. There is good news. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
MUSIC
Sound in the silence
Published May 11, 2020
The Community Chorus of Peabody continues to make music via Zoom conference calls—even if it requires its members to mute their mics