Zora String Quartet
Friday, October 9, 2015, 8:00 PM
The Zorá Quartet was named the Grand Prize and Gold Medal Winner of the 42nd Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and the Coleman-Barstow Prize winner at the Coleman National Chamber Music Competition in 2015. Quartet members hold graduate degrees in performance and chamber music from the Jacobs School of Music in Indiana University and were part of the Jacobs School of Music’s prestigious Chamber Music Performer’s Diploma from 2014–2016. Arrive early for a "Words with Friends" pre-talk. See Synopsis For More + Planned Program
Sunday, October 11, 2015, 2:00 PM
Carnival of the Animals is Camille Saint-Saens' beloved suite of 14 colorful pieces representing various members of the animal kingdom. Narrated by Peter Holland, a drama and theatre expert and Notre Dame's Associate Dean for the Arts, the recital also features pictorially-oriented music of later French composers Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy. “Words with Friends” pre-talk. See Synopsis For More
June H. Edwards Chamber I
South Bend Symphony Orchestra
Sunday, October 25, 2015, 2:30 PM
Beethoven and Bruch
Celebrated SBSO concertmaster Zofia Glashauser lends her rich, expressive tone to Bruch's romantic masterpiece. Beethoven's 8th is often referred to as the "little" symphony, positioned as it is between giants 7 and 9. You'll be charmed by this intimate, more playful side of the master composer.
Sibelius Romance in C Major
Bruch Violin Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No. 8
Third Coast Percussion
Friday, October 30, 2015, 7:00 PM
Ensemble-In-Residence, Third Coast Percussion, stages another groundbreaking concert experience in the stunning tradition of 2014’s Wild Sound. This time the Chicago-based quartet performs Nathan Davis's a Sound uttered, a Silence crossed with a libretto by Laura Mullen performed by Notre Dame Collegium Musicum. And, it includes water. See Synopsis For More
The Met: Live in HD
Saturday, October 31, 2015, 12:00 PM
271 minutes, Live Broadcast
James Levine conducts Wagner’s early masterpiece in its first return to the Met stage in more than a decade. Today’s leading Wagnerian tenor Johan Botha takes on the daunting title role, opposite soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek as Elisabeth, adding another Wagner heroine to her Met repertoire after her acclaimed Sieglinde in the Ring a few seasons ago. On the heels of his recent triumph in Parsifal, baritone Peter Mattei sings Wolfram and mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung is the love goddess Venus.
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