Events

Upcoming Events

Sun Sep 10, 2017

Conference: Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

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Location: University of Notre Dame

To celebrate the installation of a magnificent new organ by Paul Fritts, Sacred Music at Notre Dame and the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies will host a conference:

Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

September 10–13, 2017

University of Notre Dame

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Mon Sep 11, 2017

Conference: Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

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Location: University of Notre Dame

To celebrate the installation of a magnificent new organ by Paul Fritts, Sacred Music at Notre Dame and the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies will host a conference:

Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

September 10–13, 2017

University of Notre Dame

Register Here

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Tue Sep 12, 2017

Conference: Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

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Location: University of Notre Dame

To celebrate the installation of a magnificent new organ by Paul Fritts, Sacred Music at Notre Dame and the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies will host a conference:

Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

September 10–13, 2017

University of Notre Dame

Register Here

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Wed Sep 13, 2017

Conference: Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

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Location: University of Notre Dame

To celebrate the installation of a magnificent new organ by Paul Fritts, Sacred Music at Notre Dame and the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies will host a conference:

Reformations and the Organ, 1517–2017

September 10–13, 2017

University of Notre Dame

Register Here

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Sun Sep 17, 2017

"Stabat Mater" A DMA Conducting Recital by Emerson Eads

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Location: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Leighton Hall

Stabat Mater  is considered  Haydn's most popular choral work of his early period. It sets the beautiful 13th-century hymn with such dramatic ability that it garnered him an international reputation as an oratorio composer.  The work gathers inspiration from Pergolesi's earlier masterpiece of the same name, which will be experienced later in the DPACs Presenting Series. Stabat Mater

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