Professor’s Paul Olsen and Karen Popovich with Alexandra Brenock (Class of 2015) Department of Business Administration and Accounting Singer Neil Young boycotts Starbucks over Vermont's GMO labeling law Wednesday, December 2 Farrell Room 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
RABBI NOAM MARANSAmerican Jewish Committee's director of Interreligious and Intergroup RelationsLecture on: 'Jewish-Catholic Relations: A Journey of Reconciliation”
Burlington's two barbershop choruses, the Champlain Echoes (women) and the Green Mountain Chorus (men), along with their associated quartets, offer a charming holiday concert, after which the audience will be treated to all-you-can-eat pie!
St Michael’s dancers perform their end-of-semester extravaganza! Students of ballet, modern dance, jazz, and other styles strut their stuff in traditional and original works.
St Mike's student musicians - both singers and instrumentalists - demonstrate their skill, talent, and hard work at this joint recital.
The Sleepless Knights A Cappella Holiday Concert - the Sleepless Knights will be performing some of our old classics, new songs, and holiday tunes to celebrate the end of the semester!
The Acabella's Winter Concert
The Saint Michael’s College Chorale under the direction of Nathaniel G. Lew offers its annual service of lessons and carols. This year’s service features carols in Czech, Welsh, and Rumanian, familiar carols sung by the congregation, and a special guest appearance by the Vermont Boychoir. College Organist Susan Summerfield accompanies.
Concert by the Saint Michael's Wind Ensemble and Jazz Orchestra.
Saint Michael's own Danny Killea presents: Comedy with a Cause with performances by Lori Goldman, Paul Church, Annie Russell, and Tyler Denton. Donations will be accepted and proceeds to benefit Spectrum Youth and Family Services.
A concert of Gregorian chant, organ solos, and seasonal carols in the vibrant acoustical resonance of the Chapel of Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Michael's College, will take place on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 3 p.m. Performing will be the Schola, an 18-member men's singing group in residence at Saint Michael’s and directed by William Tortolano, Organist Emeritus and a 50-year Professor Emeritus at the College. Tortolano, who also directed the College’s Chorale for decades beginning in the 1960s, will perform organ solos for this concert as well.