A casual cabaret evening with Grammy Award winning baritone Nathan Gunn and pianist Julie Jordan Gunn


Location: Sorin's at The Morris Inn

The Notre Dame Department of Music and Sorin's Restaurant Present


A casual cabaret evening with Grammy Award winning baritone Nathan Gunn and pianist Julie Jordan Gunn, offering selections ranging from Cole Porter and George Gershwin to Sting and Pearl Jam.  Tickets include food and wine at Sorin's.

Nathan Gunn visits the University of Notre Dame semiannually as part of an Artist in Residence Program where he collaborates with students, faculty and the Notre Dame community.


Thursday and Friday September 10-11, 2015
Sorin's Restaurant at the Morris Inn, University of Notre Dame

Dinner set at 5:45 PM $127
Dessert Set at 9 PM $70
Tickets include food, wine, taxes and gratuity.


Nathan Gunn
​South Bend native, ​
Nathan Gunn has made a reputation as one of the most exciting and in-demand baritones of the day. His cabaret program with wife and pianist Julie Jordan Gunn includes an eclectic mix of standards and other favorites from composers as diverse as William Bolcom, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Tom Waits and more.

“Nathan Gunn commands an operatic baritone whose mighty heft and richness confer an outsize authority on everything he touches.When he dips into popular music, he suggests a vocal Babe Ruth aiming for the fences, all the while maintaining a hero’s confident stance. -”The New York Times​"​

Julie Jordan Gunn
Julie Gunn is a pianist, music director, vocal coach, and song arranger. She has appeared on many prestigious recital series, including the Carnegie Hall Pure Voice Series, Lincoln Center Great Performers, Boston’s Jordan Hall, Brussels’ Theatre de la Monnaie, San Francisco’s Herz Hall, the 92nd Street Y, Toronto’s Roy Thompson Hall, University of Chicago Presents, San Francisco Performances, Oberlin College, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, the Ravinia Festival, Manhattan’s legendary Café Carlyle, the Sydney Opera House, and the United States Supreme Court.  

Complimentary valet parking