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Thomas dolby

Best seat in the house
Published Spring 2019
Thomas Dolby headlines virtual reality festival FUTVRE LANDS—kinda, sorta / 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
Dolby to lead new Peabody program
Published March 16, 2017
Digital music pioneer to oversee Music for New Media undergraduate degree program
Breaking sound barriers
Published Oct 13, 2016
JHU professor, music pioneer Thomas Dolby discusses his new memoir and how technology has revolutionized music
Young producers
Middle school mixers
Published May 4, 2016 Video
City students record, mix their own music at after-school workshop led by JHU's Thomas Dolby
Light City Baltimore
Thomas Dolby among headliners at city festival
Published Feb 4, 2016
Pop musician, digital music pioneer joined JHU faculty in 2014
Station North
The big picture
Published Nov-Dec 2014
Johns Hopkins and MICA put down roots in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District / Gazette
What's next?
A classical conversation
Published Oct 13, 2014
Peabody's Bronstein to moderate panel discussion about the future of classical music
From synth pop star to professor of the arts
Published Sept 4, 2014 Video
Thomas Dolby talks about his new role as a teacher at Johns Hopkins
Science! guy
Digital music pioneer Thomas Dolby to join faculty
Published March 1, 2014 Video
1980s pop icon best known for synthpop hit 'She Blinded Me With Science' will be named first Homewood Professor of the Arts