Academic

January 7, 2020
Eine kleine Kleinmusik: Violoncelletude by composer and Professor of Music David Froom "gurgled with restless energy, proceeding from a tremolo to more complicated interplay of notes, the bow of cellist Rachel Young bouncing across the strings." This comment was part of a glowing review of the 21st… Find Out More
November 12, 2019
David Froom, professor of music, visited Harvard for a rehearsal and the Boston premiere performance of his "Petali di Gelsomino" for flute and string orchestra by the Brattle Street Chamber Players (https://www.brattlestreetchamberplayers.com/). This work was originally written as a gift from St.… Find Out More
October 18, 2019
St. Mary’s College alumni Lauren Hall ‘19, Livia Shuller ‘19, and Melanie Kimball ‘19, along with their St. Mary’s Project (SMP) mentor, Jessica L. Malisch, assistant professor of physiology, were featured in an article in the September-October Newsletter of the Maryland Ornithological Society (MOS… Find Out More
September 16, 2019
David Froom's "Variations on an Early American Hymn Tune" for solo piano and "Warm are the still and lucky miles" for chorus have just been published by American Composers Edition. The former of these was premiered by Eliza Garth on August 30 at the Piano Festival on the River, the annual… Find Out More
December 10, 2018
What is sharing our immediate environment?  This simple question has led Coastal Ecology students working with Seabird McKeon, visiting professor of biology, to document more than 750 species of animals, plants, and fungus on campus and in the surrounding area in the fall semester. 

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