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Community Engagement Programs at Peabody

The Peabody Institute is commited to providing our students with the skills and knowledge it takes to be successful 21st century citizen-artists and at the same time extending music and musical training throughout the Baltimore community. A variety of programs offer opportunities for Peabody students to experience a more holistic education and engage with the world around them while still receiving musical training of the highest caliber.

Creative Access

Peabody musicians bring live, interactive music to community organizations, hospices and schools. Read more.

Creative Leadership Immersion Class

Conservatory students work with Baltimore City Schools students to create and perform an original composition during Peabody's Spring Break. Read more.

Estelle Dennis/Peabody Dance Training Program for Boys

Tuition-free dance instruction for Baltimore boys. Read more.


Brings the harp into Baltimore-area schools. Read more.

Junior Bach

Peabody composition students volunteer at a local school. Read more.

Music Teacher Mentoring

Mentoring support for public school music teachers. Read more.

Musician-in-Residence Program

Places Peabody students in area senior living facilities. Read more.

Opera Outreach

Bringing opera performances to schools all across Maryland. Read more.


Scholarships for musically talented Baltimore City youth to study at the Peabody Preparatory. Read more.

Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum offers a variety of interdisciplinary, education, and other performance opportunities for Peabody students. Read more.

Young Artist Development Series

An intenisve, real-world training experience for performing musicians. Read more.

Young Audiences of Maryland

Peabody students and faculty will have the opportunity to develop and present school programs as Young Audience artists. Read more.


What are the Pathways? Click here to explore.

To find out about supporting Peabody outreach programs, contact the development office by email or call 667-208-6550.


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