“A Performer Looks at the Buxtehude Praeludium in E, BuxWV 142"
Monday, Oct. 1, 4:15-5:15 pm
O'Neill Hall of Music Lecture Hall, Room 306
Free and open to the public
Craig Cramer is a Professor of Organ at the University of Notre Dame. He also serves as organist at St. David of Wales Episcopal Church in Elkhart, Indiana. Cramer holds degrees from Westminster Choir College and the Eastman School of Music where he earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Organ Performance. The Eastman School also awarded him the prestigious Performer's Certificate in Organ. He has studied with Russell Saunders, William Hays, James Drake, David Boe, and André Marchal (Paris).…
Enjoy a short informal concert in the beautiful LaBar Recital Hall, located in O'Neill Hall of Music.
This week's performance will include Department of Music students, Andrew Ganahl, piano, Katherine Ward, soprano, Alex Mansour, cello and Aileen Markovitz, soprano.
Works by Rachmaninoff, Ginastera, Kodaly and Wolf.…
In this short concert, the NDSO under the direction of Dan Stowe will perform two works by the Czech master Antonin Dvorak.
Scherzo capriccioso, op. 66
Symphony no. 6, op. 60
For tickets visit performingarts.nd.edu
Or call 631-2800. …
Faculty pianist John Blacklow is joined by the eminent Clive Greensmith, longtime cellist of the Tokyo Quartet and faculty member of the Colburn School in Los Angeles, for a program of cornerstone 20th-century sonatas by Debussy and Prokofiev, as well as the magisterial Sonata No. 2 of Brahms.
Co-sponsored by the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.…
The ensemble of faculty and students from the Department of Music and Sacred Music at Notre Dame will perform medieval chant and polyphony from Paris.
For tickets call 631-2800 or visit here. …
O’Neill Rollout Weekend
The celebration begins on Friday at 8:00 PM with a performance by Roomful of Teeth in the LaBar Recital Hall. The Grammy-winning vocal collective is dedicated to reimagining the expressive potential of the human voice. Through study with masters from vocal traditions the world over, the eight-voice ensemble continually expands its vocabulary of singing techniques. This rollout-weekend performance will include a new work by ND faculty composer John Liberatore.…