• Department of Music
  • Department of Music
  • Department of Music
  • Department of Music
  • Department of Music
  • Department of Music

The Department of Music provides an intensive course of study for music majors within Notre Dame’s rich liberal arts tradition. Our students engage performance, music theory, music history, and ethnomusicology in collaboration with a professionally accomplished faculty of performers and scholars.

In addition, the Department contributes to the broader musical life on campus through course offerings and abundant ensemble opportunities for majors and non-majors alike. Formal study of music at Notre Dame is complemented by the Department's extensive presentation of faculty and guest artist concerts, scholarly lectures, and student performances.

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Events

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Choral Auditions

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Location: 329 Coleman-Morse Center

Choral Auditions:

Chorale

Glee Club

Campus Ministry choirs

Saturday-Monday. August 18-20

329 Coleman-Morse Center

Saturday, August 18, 1-5pm
Sunday, August 19, 2-6pm
Monday, August 20, 10am-noon, 1-5pm, 6-10pm

Sign up for an audition at

https://campusministry.nd.edu/get-involved/music/

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Friday, August 31, 2018

Welcome Back Reception

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Location: O'Neill Hall of Music

Welcome, students! All music faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend this reception. 

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Free t-shirts and food.

Co-sponsored by the Department of Music and the Classical Music Club. …

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Joelle Lamarre, soprano and Daniel Schlosberg, piano

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Location: LaBar Recital Hall

THE VIOLET HOUR

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Joelle Lamarre, soprano
Daniel Schlosberg, piano

The Violet Hour explores the career of internationally acclaimed soprano Leontyne Price, and her rise to prominence during the 50’s into the 60’s despite rampant segregation and discrimination. This short monodramatic performance traces Ms. Price’s journey from the earliest stages of her career up to her final performance of the opera Aida at the Metropolitan Opera House in 1985.  By interspersing narrative with vocal numbers (including selections by Barber, Puccini and Verdi), Ms. Lamarre will portray Ms. Leontyne Price, a true icon in the history of American performing arts.…

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