12/11/2018 Peter Durantine

Two Music Department Faculty Nominated for Grammys

Two Franklin & Marshall College faculty members in the Department of Music – Doris Hall-Gulati and Jessica Beebe – have received 2019 Grammy nominations for albums on which they performed. 

Both albums were nominated in the "Best Choral Performance" category. Hall-Gulati, a clarinetist and one of F&M’s artists-in-residence, is featured on The Crossing's album, “Lansing McLoskey: Zealot Canticles," directed by Donald Nally. Hall-Gulati performs with a string quartet and a 24-voice choir.  

Beebe, adjunct assistant professor of music voice, sings with The Clarion Choir on the album, “Alexander Kastalsky: Memory Eternal (1917),” conducted by Steven Fox. This is the second nomination for Clarion, and the third nomination for The Crossing, which won a Grammy last year.

The 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is Feb. 10, 2019.

  • Clarinetist Doris Hall-Gulati Clarinetist Doris Hall-Gulati Image Credit: Andy Gulati
  • Jessica Beebe, adjunct assistant professor of music voice. Jessica Beebe, adjunct assistant professor of music voice. Image Credit: Jessica Beebe


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