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					Voice
The Voice Department offers individual instruction
                                                               The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University
                                                               The Peabody Institute is comprised of the Conservatory           PEABODY
                                                                                                                              PREPARATORY
during the Summer 2010 session. Group classes are also         and the Preparatory, sharing facilities in the historical
offered during the fall/spring semesters at the Annapolis      center of Baltimore. The Institute offers the resources and
campus. Summer group classes are offered at the Peabody        opportunities necessary for the complete development of
(downtown) campus. In individual instruction, students         its music and dance students in keeping with the philoso-
concentrate on vocal technique and learn repertoire            phy of its founder George Peabody and the community
(mostly Classical) in English and other languages. Group       spirit of the Preparatory’s founder May Garrettson Evans.
classes provide a supportive environment where students
                                                               Peabody Preparatory is a division of the
can acquire skills to provide a smooth transition into
private voice lessons as the voice matures (about age 13).     Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University
                                                                                                                               ANNAPOLIS CAMPUS
For further information about lessons and classes
                                                               The Preparatory has a two-fold mission. It offers gifted       SUMMER SESSION 2010
                                                               children and adolescents the opportunity to realize their
The Preparatory catalog can be accessed and downloaded         highest potential as leaders of the next generation of
at www.peabody.jhu.edu/register along with all updated         performing artists. In addition, it provides an education
information, course descriptions, requirements, tuition        in music and dance to all members of the community
costs, family monthly payment plans (fall/spring), faculty     who desire it, regardless of age, professional intention, or
biographies, honors and certificate programs available at      previous training. This dual mission is based upon the
our downtown Baltimore, Annapolis, Towson campuses             notion that every individual has the capacity for artistic
and Howard County locations. You may also register             expression at some appropriate level of understanding
online from this webpage, download and print paper             and skill.
registration forms, or requesr to receive a catalog by mail.
Preparatory Summer 2010 Calendar
April 1-June 20, 2010     Summer Session Registration
May 31, 2010       Memorial Day Holiday (office closed)
June 6, 2010                          Awards Ceremony
June 7, 2010       Preparatory Office Closed (no classes)
June 21, 2010                   Summer Session Begins
July 1-September 7, 2010     Fall Semester Registration
July 4-5, 2010              Independence Day Holiday
August 2, 2010
August 3-9, 2010
                           Last Day of Summer Session
                               Summer Make-up Week
                                                                                                                              June 21–August 2, 2010
September 8, 2010                  Fall Semester Begins
                                                                                                                                        at
Directions to the Annapolis Campus
Route 50 East/West to Rowe Blvd. Exit #24 towards                                                                                 Maryland Hall
downtown/Historic Annapolis. Turn right at Taylor Ave.                                                                               for the
At the end of Taylor, merge onto traffic circle. Turn right
onto Spa Road (second right); then take a quick left onto                                                                         Creative Arts
Greenfield Street. Maryland Hall is the brick building         Peabody Preparatory
straight ahead. Parking is Free.                               Peabody campus (downtown)
                                                               21 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
                                                               410-234-4630                         prep@peabody.jhu.edu
                                                               Fax: 410-659-8281                www.peabody.jhu.edu/prep

                                                               Annapolis campus
                                                               Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
                                                               801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
                                                               410-269-5343             peabodyprepannapolis@verizon.net
Peabody Preparatory Annapolis Campus                              Upon receipt of online registration and payment, the student          Instructor: Kristen Witmer
The Annapolis campus is housed at the Maryland Hall for           will be contacted to schedule a placement interview. New              Music for Babies & Toddlers (Ages 2-23 months)
the Creative Arts. Formerly the Annapolis High School,            students are placed on a first-come, first-served basis. They         June 26-July 31, 9:30-10:15 am
this building is now a non-profit community arts center           are assigned to teachers according to schedule, campus,               PP.900.001 07       THURSDAY (once weekly)               $135*
for the visual, performing and creative arts and home to          playing level and teacher availability. Due to limited space,         PP.900.001 08       SATURDAY (once weekly)               $135*
many of Anne Arundel County’s leading arts organizations.         registration before June 1 is strongly recommended. It is             PP.900.004 01       THURS/SAT (twice weekly)             $260*
The Preparatory’s facilities there include teaching studios       the desire of the Preparatory to accommodate as closely as            Music for Young Children (Ages 2-4)
and classrooms and shared use of an 850-seat auditorium.          possible the scheduling needs of the student. On those rare           June 26-July 31, 10:15-11:00 am
Course offerings range from early childhood and guitar            occasions when a student cannot be placed, a full refund of           PP.900.005 07       THURSDAY (once weekly)               $135*
group classes to individual instruction in flute, guitar, piano   tuition will be issued.                                               PP.900.005 08       SATURDAY (once weekly)               $135*
and voice for children and adults of all levels of musical        Summer Camp                                                           PP.900.008 01       THURS/SAT (twice weekly)             $260*
experience and ability. Let us assist you in exploring your       Voice Camp for Singers in Middle to High School
own personal music experience at Peabody Preparatory.                                                                                   Music for Young Singers and Movers (Ages 4-6)
                                                                  Alina Kozinska, Director                                              June 26-July 31, 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Annapolis Faculty                                                 July 19-23, 2010, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                        PP.900.009 07       THURSDAY (once weekly)               $135*
                                                                                    Tuesday-Friday, 4:30-6:30 pm
Frances Cheng-Koors, Piano                                                                                                              PP.900.009 08       SATURDAY (once weekly)               $135*
Zoë Johnstone, Guitar                                             A one-week intensive voice camp program designed to                   PP.900.012 01       THURS/SAT (twice weekly)             $260*
Alina Kozinska, Voice                                             nurture the young singer’s ability to perform through
                                                                  exploration of various disciplines. Tuition includes morning          * An additional $20 non-refundable materials fee will
Bomi Lim, Piano
                                                                  private voice and piano lessons, afternoon stage makeup,                automatically be charged with registration.
Carol Prochazka, Piano
Anna Soukiassian, Piano                                           movement and acting classes, and early-evening enrich-
Kristen Witmer, Early Childhood Music                             ment and rehearsal activities that culminate in a concert
Melinda Wade-English, Flute                                       with students on the last evening of camp. Acceptance is
                                                                  by audition only; deadline for applications is May 1. For a
Individual Instruction                                            brochure with complete details and application form, please
Individual instruction is available at the Annapolis campus       visit http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/annapvoicecamp or call
for students of any experience level, from beginner through       the Annapolis Preparatory office at 410-269-5343.
advanced levels of study, for both children and adults.           PP.500.106 01        $800 prior to May 1, $830 after May 1
Students enrolling in individual instruction are required to
have a practice instrument available. The Annapolis campus        Group Classes                                                         Guitar
offers lessons in:                                                (tuition costs for six-week summer session unless otherwise stated)   The Guitar Department offers individual instruction in
                                                                  Early Childhood Music                                                 classical guitar for students beginning at age 8 through
              Flute, Guitar, Piano and Voice
                                                                  The Early Childhood Music Department has enjoyed a rich               adults, for all levels of musical experience and ability at the
Tuition prices for summer session (six weeks):                                                                                          Annapolis campus during the summer session as well as the
                                                                  and long tradition of providing exceptional music education
         30 minutes - $264                                                                                                              fall/spring semesters. Group classes are offered in Annapolis
                                                                  for thousands of young children. Our philosophy is simple:
         45 minutes - $396                                                                                                              during the fall/spring semesters, and at the Peabody
                                                                  to have children along with their parents and caregivers
         60 minutes - $528                                                                                                              (downtown) campus and Howard County location during
                                                                  begin to experience and enjoy the gift of music making. The
All students new to individual instruction at Peabody who         Early Childhood faculty is committed to providing children            the summer session. More information about the complete
wish to enroll for the Summer 2010 session may view our           with a caring and musically nurturing environment in which            guirar program’s offerings at each campus is available on the
catalog online for complete course listings at http://www.        to grow.                                                              website at www.peabody.jhu.edu/prepguitar.
peabody.jhu.edu/register. Online registration is available                                                                              Piano
on this webpage with full instructions to assist you through                                                                            Traditional piano individual instruction is offered at the
the registration process. For assistance with online registra-                                                                          Annapolis campus. It is mandatory that students have
tion, please call the Peabody campus (downtown) registrars                                                                              a piano in their home on which to practice. Electronic
at 410-234-4634/4635. Full payment is required at the                                                                                   keyboards are not considered a good substitute for an acous-
time of online registration. Registration forms may also be                                                                             tical piano. Traditional piano group classes and Suzuki-based
printed from this webpage and mailed with full payment to                                                                               piano instruction are offered at the Peabody (downtown) and
the Peabody campus (downtown) address for processing.                                                                                   Towson campuses during the fall/spring semesters, and at
                                                                                                                                        the Towson campus during the summer session.

				
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