News + Announcements

Keep up to date on the latest happenings at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

News + Announcements

Keep up to date on the latest happenings at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

Meet the Artist: Vincent Dubois

One of the finest organists of his generation, French virtuoso, Vincent Dubois, will perform a free recital at the Basilica … Read More

Meet the Artists of A Tribute to Motown

A Tribute to Motown pays homage to one of the most influential creations in Black culture — the iconic music … Read More

Meet the Artist: Actors From The London Stage

Embark on a theatrical journey as we step into the enchanting world of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, brought to... Read More

Meet the Artist: Mark Doerries

Where melodies become threads weaving through the tapestry of emotions, conductor Mark Doerries guides the journey from grief to hope,... Read More

Meet the Artists of ASHE: A Celebration of Voices

Discover the voices behind UZIMA! Drum and Dance’s ASHE: A Celebration of Voices, as they share their insights, experiences, and … Read More

Meet the Artists: Jane Lynch’s A Swingin’ Little Christmas!

The magic of the holiday season is about to descend upon the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and it’s bringing a … Read More

Meet the Artists of Orange Moon

The Orange Moon event, conceived by Austin Gammage in 2017, and based on “Orange Moon” by Erykah Badu, is a … Read More

Meet the Artist: Dr. Ryan Olivier & IUSB’s Laptop Ensemble

On November 17th, we are excited to welcome the IUSB’s Laptop Ensemble, the Audio-Visual Collective, to live-score a selection of Read More

Pressure Makes Lalo Cura

“For me, that period of the beginning, it’s almost a different band. There was a moment where me and Sam … Read More

Meet the Artist: Lalo Cura

Welcome to our next edition of “Meet the Artist,” where you’ll embark on the vibrant and soulful musical journey of … Read More

Meet the Artist: The Poiesis Quartet

In this edition of “Meet the Artist,” we delve into the captivating realm of The Poiesis Quartet, a group of … Read More

We Need to Talk About “Carmina Burana”

The following essay reflects upon the works of composers with problematic backgrounds, namely, Carl Orff, and how we engage with them. Read More