Archived articles


Performing Arts
Equity in opera
Published Fall 2021
IN Series opera company, led by a Peabody alum, launches the Cardwell Dawson Residency Program for singers of color / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Forging friendships across political divides
Published Nov 6, 2020
SNF Agora Institute, Peabody Institute, and Hopkins at Home host a free radio broadcast of the celebrated opera 'Scalia/Ginsburg' this weekend
Caught stealing
Published Summer 2019
Composer Joel Puckett's opera The Fix details the Black Sox Scandal of 1919 / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Reality opera
Published Winter 2018
Composer Frances Pollock insists that opera needs to tell new stories, with new collaborators, for new audiences / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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
This weekend
Peabody alums perform at Artscape
Published July 18, 2018
Outcalls frontwomen Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish bring award-winning operatic vocals to electronic pop
The diva's diva
Published Summer 2018
Peabody brings to life the story of one of opera's greatest sopranos / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The fat lady's dead
Published Spring 2018
Samuel Mungo, Peabody Opera's new director, wants to introduce more acting, movement, and dance options to undergrad and graduate students' training / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Indomitable diva
Published Winter 2017
After two double-lung transplants, Peabody alum Charity Tillemann-Dick is again singing onstage around the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Change of 'Scene'
Published Nov 18, 2015
Peabody Opera Theatre puts Baltimore twist on Kurt Weill's jazz opera tragedy