Freshman Chorus Sings "Sicut cervus" | 2015

May 5, 2015
The St. John's College Freshman Chorus sings "Sicut cervus" by G.P. Da Palestrina on May 1, 2015 in the Great Hall on the Annapolis campus. The music program at St. John's College is a two-year program whose aim is to study music primarily as a liberal art. We seek to know the elements of music and in so doing, to know ourselves as musical beings and to know the musical world in which we live.
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