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From Antarctica to Hawai’i

From Antarctica to Hawai’i

Brenda Tremblay interviews Glenn McClure about his trip to Antarctica in 2016 to study the sounds of the ice and then on to his new National Science Foundation grant to study the sounds of volcanoes in Hawaii. Read the entire article here. “If you pay attention to science news, you might be concerned by recent…

National Parks Artist Foundation: Artist in Residence at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

National Parks Artist Foundation: Artist in Residence at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park and The National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) are proud to announce that Glenn McClure, composer, educator, and scholar, will be the Winter-Spring Artist in Residence near the Park which has recently reopened after the recent and spectacular lava flows across a third of the largest island in the state of Hawai’i.

TedXSJFC – Ear to the Ice

TedXSJFC – Ear to the Ice

Glenn McClure, who serves on the faculties of both SUNY Geneseo and the Eastman School of Music, will be working on a National Science Foundation Artists & Writers Fellowship through mid-November (2017) with Peter Bromirski and his associates from the University of California San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Bromirski is the principal investigator on the project, which is employing seismic sensors on the…

Tremble

Tremble

When he returned to Western New York from Antarctica, McClure used a mathematical conversion process to turn sound wave data from those seismometers into a piece of music called “Tremble,” which was premiered last year by singers at SUNY Geneseo, conducted by Gerard Floriano.

WXXI Podcast – A Composer’s Journey to the Bottom of the World

WXXI Podcast – A Composer’s Journey to the Bottom of the World

Brenda Tremblay from WXXI News in Rochester, NY discusses Glenn’s trip to Antarctica in October 2016.  

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