A concert of vocal chamber music, performed by "The Eight," Notre Dame's graduate voice studio ensemble.
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Thu Jan 17, 2019
Mon Jan 21, 2019
Please join us for a 4:00pm lecture by Dr. John Graham (PhD, Princeton University) followed by a concert of Georgian Chant at 7:00pm.
Sat Jan 26, 2019
Dr. Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo-soprano, who was a member of the world renowned vocal quartet Anonymous 4 from 2000-2015, will present a clinic on Vocal Technique for Choral Singing in two sessions. These sessions will assist both singers and conductors by exploring concepts and techniques that facilitate healthy and artistic singing in vocal ensembles. Dr. Horner-Kwiatek recorded twelve award-winning CD’s with Anonyomus 4, including a featured solo performance of the Irish lament “Caoineadh” on Christopher Tin’s album Calling All Dawns, which led to a Grammy for Best Classical Music Crossover Album. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of ModernMedieval (modernmedieval.org…
Sun Jan 27, 2019
MSM Alumnus, Michael Emmerich, returns to campus for an Organ Concert as part of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center Presenting Series.
Sun Feb 3, 2019
Joshua Boggs is proud to conduct Craig Hella Johnson's wonderfully-gripping oratorio Considering Matthew Shepherd.
Fri Feb 8, 2019
Please join us for a concert of African American jazz, classical, and gospel music.
Mon Feb 18, 2019
Professor Kay Shelemay will speak on the musical traditions of Syrian Jews. Professor Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor at Harvard University,
is an ethnomusicologist and leading authority on Jewish music. Her timely and groundbreaking work on Jewish communities from Syria and their migration throughout the world explores the many ways that the art of music sustains identity and culture in times of turmoil.…
Sun Feb 24, 2019
Katrina Keats, 2nd year Master's student, will perform her final recital.
Sun Mar 3, 2019
First year master's student Carina Sturdy to present her first recital at Notre Dame in Reyes Hall.
MSM student J.J Mitchell will perform his final organ recital titled “The Butterfly”.
Sun Apr 14, 2019
Join Zen Kuriyama and the musicians of Sacred Music at Notre Dame for this Palm Sunday recital. Featuring Arvo Pärt's Stabat Mater, this recital is intended as a devotional service--wedding together text, prayer, and music--to prepare our minds and hearts for Holy Week. Also featured will be two works by Gerald Finzi: Prelude for String Orchestra in F minor, op. 25 and Farewell to Arms…