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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…

ROS to perform McClure’s Emancipation Oratorio February 16, 2018

ROS to perform McClure’s Emancipation Oratorio February 16, 2018

Frederick Douglass at 200 concert- Rochester Oratorio will perform McClure’s Emancipation Oratorio February 16, 2018. More information at rossings.org

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.  

Open Mike Night at the Seal Beach

Open Mike Night at the Seal Beach

Nov 17, 2016 I spent the day out on the snowmobiles with Elaine and fellow NSF Artist and Writer, Maris Wicks. Maris is a science cartoonist (www.mariswicks.com). While I was recording their voices, Maris was sketching. The Weddell seals make a wide range of sounds both above and below water. Everything from guttural growls and…

A Symphony of Penguins

A Symphony of Penguins

November 15, 2016 I spent a day with the penguins yesterday. After a short helicopter ride with Elaine and the science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson, we arrived at Cape Royds. This is home to another early 20th century hut used by the explorer Ernest Shackleton. It is also home to a penguin rookery of about…

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