Welcome to Peabody Computer Music

Welcome to the Computer Music Department of the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Prospective Students

Are you interested in studying computer music at Peabody? Peabody currently offers a Bachelor of Music, and Master of Music program with several different specialized tracks. Please check out our admissions page to learn more about the computer music department and feel free to contact us if you have any questions. For more information regarding the admission process, please visit the Conservatory Admissions page.

Current News

7/4/2014-Josh Armenta (MM '15 - Computer Music Research and Technology, MM '14 - Composition) was awarded Second Place in the Nicola Dando Composition Competition for Choral Music for his piece, The Message of the Wind. The work was premiered at St. James Paddington Church in Sussex Gardens, London by the Music Makers of London. The adjudicators were Judith Weir and Stephen Jackson.

6/30/2014-Four Peabody computer music students had their works accepted for performance at the 2014 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), September 11-14. The ICMC is the most prestigious and exclusive event of its kind and will be held this year in Athens. The four students selected are Edwin Huet, for his fixed media piece, Meridian; Robert Neubauer for his fixed media piece, Scribble; Justin Porter for his piece, Watermill Portrait, for soprano saxophone and fixed media; and Sunhuimei Xia for her fixed media piece, Ring Roll Ring.

4/2/2014 - Yiyi Cui (MM, 14) and Matthew Sullivan were both selected for inclusion at the New York Electronic Music Festival. Cui's "Beijing Impression," a video, and Sullivan's "Armodafinil" for trombone and computer were performed at the festival, held on June 2-8 in NYC. Cui and Sullivan study Computer Music Composition with McGregor Boyle.

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Computer Music Seminar


Robby Neubauer

6-7pm, Room 314C

News and Events

Dec.11 2014

Composition Recital

7:30pm Cohen-Davison