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Sun Nov 1, 2015

DMA Organ Student Emily Meixner to Perform on Local Recital Series

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Location: Gloria Dei Lutheran Church 225 Haney Ave., South Bend IN 46614

Emily Meixner will open the 2015-2016 recital season at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church with a solo performance on the church's Ruggles, Op. 25 pipe organ. Ms. Meixner, a second-year doctoral student in organ performance at the University of Notre Dame, is director of music at The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist in Elkhart, Indiana. Her program for All Saints Day includes works by Buxtehude, Bach, Brahms, and Heiller. This event is free to all and donations are gladly accepted in support of the parish music program.

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Fri Nov 6, 2015

Colloquium: Congregating by Cassette: Recording and Participation in Transnational Haitian Religious Rituals

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Location: Latino Studies Conference Room: McKenna 250I

The Interdepartmental Colloquium on Ritual, Culture, and Performance presents:

Congregating by Cassette: Recording and Participation in Transnational Haitian Religious Rituals
 
Karen Richman, Institute for Latino Studies / Creole Language and Culture Program
 

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Sun Nov 8, 2015

Guest Organ Recital: Christopher Young

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

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A native of New England, Jacobs School of Music Professor Christopher Young is the winner of the 1988 National Young Artists Competition (NYACOP) of the American Guild of Organists and the 1988 Arthur Poister Competition (Syracuse University).

Dr. Young has been a featured artist at national and regional conventions of the American Guild of Organists. He has been heard as a featured performer on American Public Media's "Pipedreams" and has appeared in concert with the Rochester (Minnesota) Chamber Chorale, the Minneapolis Chamber Symphony and with his wife, violinist Brenda Brenner. His compact disc, "To Thee All Angels Cry Aloud," was released on the Pro Organo label.…

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Guest Organ Recital: Christopher Young

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

christopher_young

A native of New England, Jacobs School of Music Professor Christopher Young is the winner of the 1988 National Young Artists Competition (NYACOP) of the American Guild of Organists and the 1988 Arthur Poister Competition (Syracuse University).

Dr. Young has been a featured artist at national and regional conventions of the American Guild of Organists. He has been heard as a featured performer on American Public Media's "Pipedreams" and has appeared in concert with the Rochester (Minnesota) Chamber Chorale, the Minneapolis Chamber Symphony and with his wife, violinist Brenda Brenner. His compact disc, "To Thee All Angels Cry Aloud," was released on the Pro Organo label.…

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Wed Nov 18, 2015

"A Treasury of Russian Art Song" with Anton Belov & Arlene Shrut

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Location: Snite Museum - Annenberg Auditorium

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"A Treasury of Russian Art Song" with guest artists Anton Belov, baritone and Arlene Shrut, piano. Annenberg Auditorium, Nov. 18, 7:00 pm. (free, no tickets required). This lecture recital will feature Russian art songs from some of the greatest Russian composers. Anton Belov is a sought-after baritone whose voice has been called "rich and mellifluous" by the New York Times. He is also a published specialist in Russian diction and repertoire (

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Fri Nov 20, 2015

Colloquium Speaker John Witvliet: Reclaiming the Psalms in Christian Worship: The Convergence of Theological, Historical, Pastoral and Ecumenical Wisdom in the Renewal of Protestant Worship

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Location: 115 Crowley Hall of Music

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John D. Witvliet is Director of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and teaches  worship, theology, and music at Calvin College and Calvin Theological Seminary.   His responsibilities include oversight of the Worship Institute’s practical and scholarly programs, including the annual Calvin Symposium on Worship and the Vital Worship Grants Program, funded by Lilly Endowment.  He is the author of 

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Sun Nov 22, 2015

Professor Carmen-Helena Téllez to Conduct Cello Fest

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Location: DeBarolot Performing Arts Center, Leighton Concert Hall

Professor Carmen-Helena Téllez, head of the Conducting Studio of the Sacred Music Program will conduct in the Cello Fest in honor of Professor Karen Buranskas, who retires from Notre Dame this year. The program of iconic works for cello orchestra includes Julius Klengel's Hymnus and Heitor Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, with guest soprano Megan Dewald. The concert will take this Sunday, November 22 at 2 pm in the Leighton Concert Hall of the DeBartolo Center.

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