Maestro for Peabody's next act
Director-designate Jeffrey Sharkey talks about music,
A music conservatory is, of course, conservative. And
no one at a conservatory is likely ever to argue that Bach,
Beethoven and Brahms aren't worth listening to anymore.
But a conservatory — especially one like the
Peabody Institute — must also be subversive, in some
ways radical and, above all, passionate, Peabody's
Discussing Baltimore's future
Experts in urban health and other related issues from
across Johns Hopkins divisions convened for a half-day
retreat on May 30 to help refocus work of the Johns
Hopkins Urban Health Institute and set a future course
for the now 6-year-old organization.
Med School's advisory colleges lose their
What's in a name? When it comes to the School of
Medicine's advisory colleges, the answer is "a great
deal." For the past two years, newly accepted medical
students have been assigned to specific mentoring groups.
These advisory colleges were simply known as A, B, C and