Joins us for faculty performances by Maryse Carlin and Todd Decker.
Maryse Carlin lives in St. Louis, where she directs the Kingsbury Ensemble, one of the premiere early music groups in the midwest. She is the founder of the “Festival de Musique Ancienne” in Saint Savin, France. And teaches piano and harpsicord lessons for the music department.
Professor Decker has published four books on commercial popular music in the United States from the 1920s to the present. He teaches courses on twentieth-century American popular music, film music, and eighteenth-century European art music.