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Fri Feb 28, 2014

Notre Dame Children's Choir Spring Concert

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Location: Church of Our Lady Loretto - Saint Mary's College

Listen to the wonder voices of the Notre Dame Children's Choir directed by Mark Doerries as they perform their annual Spring concerrt at the Church of Our Lady Loretto at Saint Mary's College. This event is FREE to everyone and will be on February 28th at 7pm. 

This performance will be part of The Chorister and the Church of the Future: Models for Training Children and Youth in Sacred Choral Repertories Conference. 

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Sat Mar 1, 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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Sun Mar 2, 2014

"What Hand Divine" A Voice Recital by Anna Cooper

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Location: St. Vincent's Catholic Church - Elkhart, Indiana

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Sacred Music at Notre Dame

presents

What Hand Divine!

Master of Sacred Music Degree

Voice Recital

Anna Cooper, soprano

Jeffrey Cooper

& Mona Coalter

accompanists

 

Sunday, March 2, 2014 7:00pm

St. Vincent de Paul Church

1108 S Main Street, Eklhart

 

Program

Esther, Jacquet de la Guerre…

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Tue Mar 4, 2014

Schola Musicorum Concert

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

On Tuesday, March 4, at 9:00 pm in the Reyes Organ Hall in DPAC, the Notre Dame Schola Musicorum presents Abend-Musique XLII, a concert of Gregorian chant for the Feast of Thomas Aquinas, with organ music by Arnolt Schlick. The Schola Musicorum was formed in 1993 by members of the Department of Music to study and perform Gregorian chant transcribed from medieval manuscripts and early printed sources. Most of the members of the current Schola Musicorum are graduate students in Sacred Music and in other departments of the University. The ensemble is directed by Alexander Blachly. For the concert March 4, the source for the chant is the “York Gradual,” Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. mus. lit. b. 5, a fifteenth-century chant manuscript that transmits the rite of York.…

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Thu Mar 6, 2014

Fri Mar 7, 2014

Sun Mar 23, 2014

Cantemus Domino: Sing to the Lord

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Location: Holy Cross College Chapel

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Sacred Music at Notre Dame presents:
Cantemus Domino: Sing to the Lord
the vocal recital of 
Samantha Osborn, Soprano
Jamie Caporizo, Mezzo-Soprano  and 
Benjamin Liupaogo, Tenor

Please join the first year MSM students of Stephen Lancaster as they present an afternoon of sacred song in collaboration with Mary Anne Ballard, Mona Coalter, and Daniel Schlosberg…

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Thu Mar 27, 2014

Colloquium: Music in Praise of the Real Presence

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Location: Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art

Music in Praise of the Real Presence:  Pange, lingua, gloriosi corporis mysterium!

M. Jennifer Bloxam, Ph.D.
Professor of Music, Williams College

This is co-sponsored by the Program in Sacred Music;  and is a joint Colloquium with Sacred Music and Liturgical Studies.…

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Sat Mar 29, 2014

Sun Mar 30, 2014

J.S. Bach and F.J. Haydn: Sacred Music of the Baroque and Classical Styles

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart - Lady Chapel

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Come to the Lady Chapel in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Sunday, March 30th at 5pm to hear the Notre Dame Master Singers perform works of sacred choral music with string orchestra, including Haydn's Kleine Orgelmesse and Bach's Christ lag in Todesbanden cantata. Guest artists include Alex Hettinga, Nic Orbovich, Yoni Gertner, Matthew Hettinga, and Jake Muzzy.…

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