“A fine storyteller ...” (American Record Guide); “varied in tone and alive to feeling ...” (Fanfare Magazine); baritone Stephen Lancaster engages audiences internationally in concert, recital and opera. Martin Katz
has been dubbed "the gold standard of accompanists" by The New York Times. His 45-year career has taken him to five continents, collaborating with the world's most celebrated singers in recital and recording.
A lecture by Sarah Iker
When the ballet Pulcinella premiered at the Palais Garnier in Paris in 1920, reviewers registered surprise at its conventional musical style. After the 1913 riots at the audacious Rite of Spring, Igor
Stravinsky’s move toward writing music that mimicked eighteenth-century styles in the 1920s felt
Notre Dame violin and viola professor Tricia Park and guest violinist/fiddler Taylor Morris return to perform another exciting, genre-bending program of music for two violins, ranging from classical
works to newer compositions and arrangements of American and Celtic fiddle tunes. Also joining them on these special programs are ND’s own talented violin, viola and cello students.
Douglas Reed, visiting/adjunct professor of organ at Notre Dame (2016-17), will perform music by Olivier Messiaen, Johannes Brahms, and William Albright (De Spiritum, 1980). Eric Reed, horn, will join his father to perform compositions by Robert Schumann, Naji Hakim, and William Albright (Romance, 1981). Douglas Reed is a professor emeritus of music and university organist emeritus at the University of Evansville. He also served as an adjunct professor of organ at Indiana University (2015-16). A former member of the Canadian Brass, Eric Reed now performs with the American Brass Quintet, in residence at the Juilliard School of Music.…