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Fri Mar 4, 2016

Notre Dame Children's Choir Winter Concert

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

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Join the Notre Dame Children’s Choir for their Winter Concert on Friday March 4, 2016 at 7pm at Saint Mary’s College, Church of Our Lady of Loretto. Join the choir in singing hymns for the season of Lent. Free, open to the public, families welcome.

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Thu Mar 17, 2016

Fri Mar 18, 2016

MSM Voice Recital by Emorja Roberson and Matt Kelly

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Location: Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art

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MSM Voice Recital featuring Emorja Roberson and Matt Kelly

March 18, 2016

Emorja Roberson, Bass-Baritone, and Matt Kelly, Tenor, are joined by Mona Coalter at the piano to present their first recital at the University of Notre Dame. The event will take place in the Annenberg Auditorium of the Snite Museum of Art and is free and open to the public. …

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Sat Mar 19, 2016

MSM Voice Recital by Cameron Brownell and Isabella Burns

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Location: 329 Gail Walton Room, Coleman-Morse Center

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Cameron Brownell, tenor, and Isabella Burns, soprano, will be presenting a recital on Saturday, March 19 at 6:00 pm in the Gail L. Walton Rehearsal Hall, 329 Coleman-Morse Center, featuring works by Handel, Buxtehude, Mahler, and more. Joining Cameron and Isabella will be pianist Mona Coalter and organist Paul Walker.…

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Tue Mar 29, 2016

"French Subtlety, English Sonority: Music Bridging the Channel ca. 1400" by The Notre Dame Medieval Quartet

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

The Notre Dame Medieval Quartet, directed by Paul Walker, will present a program entitled "French Subtlety, English Sonority: Music Bridging the Channel ca. 1400" on Tuesday, March 29, 7 p.m., in the Reyes Organ Hall of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Members of the Quartet include, in addition to Professor Walker, Mark Doerries, Joshua Boggs, and Matthew Kelly, joined by Emerson Eads. The program includes music from late fourteenth-century Francy by Baude Cordier, Jaquemin de Senleches, and Solage, and from early fifteenth-century England by Leonel Power, John Dunstaple, and even King Henry V. Admission is free but ticketed. Tickets can be obtained at the box office of the Performing Arts Center.…

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