DMA Conducting student, Brandon Hollihan, graduated from Notre Dame in 2005 with a BA in Vocal Performance. He has since returned to Notre Dame to pursue his doctoral studies in choral conducting under the direction of Dr. Carmen Helena-Telléz and Dr. Mark Doerries. He is entering his first year as a DMA candidate and will perform his first degree recital on Sunday, November 12 at the Reyes Organ and Choral Hall in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.
"As many alums would tell you, you always feel like part of the Notre Dame family, no matter where you go in life,” he says. “That’s such an advantage our school has in making personal and career decisions, and it’s so energizing to see the great things happening here in music.”
You can read the whole article on the Music Department's website, here.