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.
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Sunday, September 18, 2016
Chamber Music by Virtuosi of the Eighteenth Century.
Johann Adolphe Hasse's cantata Quel vago seno, ò Fille for Faustina Bordoni, the most famous soprano of the eighteenth century. A sonata for flute by Johann Joachim Quantz, the foremost flute performer of the day. A duet for two flutes by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Johann Sebastian's oldest son. Solo pieces for viola da gamba by the last of the great gamba virtuosi, Johann Friedrich Abel. A trio sonata by C.P.E. Bach, Johann Sebastian's most prolific son.…
Sunday, October 2, 2016
Students on Their ND Experience