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Several students in the Summer Youth Project pose on Peabody’s spiral staircase the day of a rehearsal with the National Symphony Orchestra.

Students in the Summer Youth Project participate in a wind ensemble rehearsal.

Four students in the Summer Youth Project pose on columns at Peabody’s front entrance, just outside the George Peabody Library.

Five students in the Summer Youth Project pose in front of the Peabody Institute sign at the corner of Washington Place and Monument Street.

Students in the Summer Youth Project participate in a choir rehearsal in North Hall (now Leith Symington Griswold Hall).

This is an interview involving Peabody and non-Peabody affiliates, in which the purpose and other details of the Summer Youth Program are discussed.

This is the opening speech for the first Summer Youth Project, a Peabody program geared towards underserved Baltimore music students.

Photograph of the grand opening of the Peabody Institute in 1866.

Trumpet player Wilmer Wise was the first African-American faculty member at the Peabody Institute and the first African-American member of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Paul A. Brent, the first African-American student to enroll at the Peabody Conservatory, graduated with a Teacher’s Certificate in Piano in the class of 1953. In this photo, he is second from the right on the back row.
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