Archived articles


Performing arts
Can't stop the music
Published May 6, 2020
With their on-campus routines upended, Hopkins students find new ways to sing, dance, and perform while still adhering to social distancing guidelines
Intersession 2020
Music appreciation: A# to Zelda
Published Feb 3, 2020
During Intersession, students immersive themselves in the world of video game music, its composition, and its lasting cultural impact
The moon and mankind
Published July 17, 2019
Fall semester course taught by Hopkins postdoc will explore the impact of the moon on art, culture, music, and more
The times were a-changin'
Published Jan 10, 2019
In Dylan, Motown, and the Beatles, students examine the dynamic and tumultuous period of the 1960s through lens of popular music
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
Peabody performers help bring Bernstein's 'Mass' to life
Published Oct 25, 2018
About 540 singers, musicians, and dancers—including seven Peabody ensembles—will take part in massive production Friday at Baltimore's New Psalmist Baptist Church
Wherever the woodwind takes him
Published Fall 2018
Since Peabody alum Guilherme Andreas began playing flute when he was 12, he's been practicing, competing, and succeeding ever since / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Thomas Dolby and the frontier of music
Published Aug 3, 2018
As his summer tour winds down, Thomas Dolby talks performing, composing, and his 35-year career as a musical pioneer
Tracks of their tears
Published Summer 2018
Alum and NPR reporter Sasha Ingber documents the refugee crisis through the music and culture of displaced people / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Get hype
Published Winter 2017
OrchKids believes that music education can change a person's life; with the Booker T. Brass Band, the program proves that it doesn't have to be classical music that does that / Johns Hopkins Magazine