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Sun Feb 2, 2014

Fri Feb 7, 2014

Fri Feb 14, 2014

Valentine's Day with Brahms and Gershwin

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Guest Artists from the Brooklyn Art Song Society Kristina Bachrach (soprano) and Michael Brofman (piano) join faculty artist Stephen Lancaster (baritone) to present a delightful Valentine's Day concert of romantic songs and piano solos by Johannes Brahms, and duets by George Gershwin.

Lifelong bachelor Johannes Brahms pined for the widowed Clara Schumann, but she remained loyal to her deceased husband Robert, and Johannes did not dare betray his once friend and mentor even from beyond the grave. The poignant tale of unrequited love and bittersweet loss provides the context for this concert of Brahms' selected songs and 6 Klavierstücke Op. 118.

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Sun Feb 16, 2014

"Works by Krebs, Pasquini, Böhm, and Bach" A Faculty Organ Recital by Craig Cramer

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Location: DPAC - Reyes Choral and Organ Hall

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The recital will include works from the monuments of Baroque organ literature.  Last year organists all over the globe celebrated the three hundredth birth year of composer Johann Ludwig Krebs, the most famous student of J. S. Bach.  The recital will include several works by Krebs, including his monumental Toccata and Fugue in E Major.  …

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Sun Feb 23, 2014

Venetian Devotion- a Concert of Sacred Music from Venice: A Conducting Recital by Catherine Hackbarth

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Location: Reyes Choral and Organ Hall - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

An hour-long journey to pray in the watery and ancient city of Venice, this concert will give listeners a taste of sacred music from Venetian golden age of Baroque music.  Catherine Hackbarth (conductor) will lead an ensemble of singers and instrumentalists in their performance of the works of great Italian composers: Verdi, Albinoni, and Vivaldi. …

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Fri Feb 28, 2014

The Chorister and the Church of the Future: Models for Training Children and Youth in Sacred Choral Repertories

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Location: McKenna Hall

The Chorister and the Church conference gathers conductors, scholars, educators, church musicians, administrators, and students to discuss ways to reinvigorate children's choral music in sacred settings from the Cathedral to the local church. The assembled presenters are drawn from sacred, secular, public, private, regional, national, and international organizations to share ideas and disseminate knowledge with Notre Dame graduate students and active regional music educators and church musicians. …

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