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Peabody soprano breaks a window with her voice

April 1, 2014
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Peabody soprano breaks a window with her voice

Last Friday, Peabody Institute soprano Tammie Woods was practicing the aria in Act One of Verdi’s Il Trovatore when the operatic equivalent of the hole-in-one happened: she broke a pane of glass in one of the studio’s windows. It didn’t shatter right then and there in the frame, but Woods had developed enough vocal power...
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The Most Influential Melodrama of the 20th Century–Performed by the LUNAR Ensemble

February 1, 2011
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The Most Influential Melodrama of the 20th Century–Performed by the LUNAR Ensemble

Just down the street from the Peabody Institute, An die Musik recently hosted two smashing world premieres and the melancholic masterwork of 12-tone titan Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire. The LUNAR Ensemble, whose members are all affiliated with the Peabody, managed to pack the house and then some. So no one present had a right...
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