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Second Annual Legacy Society Luncheon Photos

  • The co-directors of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music & Medicine (from left to right) Sarah Hoover, Peab '08 (DMA), associate dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships and Community Initiatives at the Peabody Institute; Alex Pantelyat, MD, assistant professor of Neurology and director of the Atypical Parkinsonism Center at Johns Hopkins Medicine; and Serap Bastepe-Gray, Peab '96, '99(MM), MD, Peabody faculty member. Learn more about the Johns Hopkins Center for Music & Medicine »

  • Alex Pantelyat, Hopkins neurologist and co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music & Medicine, describes his research into the healing powers of music. See the full presentation »

  • The Peabody String Sinfonia, a student-led ensemble of Peabody Conservatory students, performs throughout the local community to bring healing and beauty through music. Learn more about Sinfonia »

Johns Hopkins University and Medicine hosts the annual Johns Hopkins Legacy Society Luncheon to celebrate and honor donors who have made gifts that will benefit the future of Johns Hopkins. More than 130 legacy society members attended this year's event held at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, home to the Engineers Club of Baltimore. Guests enjoyed a lunch and reception, learned about the Johns Hopkins Center for Music & Medicine, heard Hopkins neurologist Alex Pantelyat, MD, describe his research into the healing powers of music, and enjoyed a musical performance by Peabody Conservatory students.