A book of essays in memory of Canisius Professor of Humanities and Music T. Frank Kennedy, S.J. (1948-2016) will be unveiled at a special celebration of Fr. Kennedy’s legacy on March 25 in Gasson Hall. An internationally recognized scholar of the Jesuit music tradition, Fr. Kennedy served as the rector of the Jesuit Community at Boston College, directed the University’s Jesuit Institute from 2002-14 and was a founding member of BC’s Music Department. “A Palm Sunday Celebration of the Legacy of Professor T. Frank Kennedy, S.J.” will begin with a concert, followed by the official book launch and reception for Listening to Early Modern Catholicism: Perspectives from Musicology (Brill). Edited by Daniele V. Filippi and BC Music Department Chairman Professor Michael Noone, the volume showcases the many and varied modalities and meanings of sonic experience in Early Modern Catholic life. Read more from BC News.