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Sorin: A Notre Dame Story

Sorin: A Notre Dame Story is a vivid account of the dawn of the University of Notre Dame as told by the intrepid Holy Cross priest who founded it, Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C.

Fri 10/20/17 7:30PM Patricia George Decio Theatre

Enduring Musical Traditions of New Orleans <h4>Lunch and Learn</h4>

Join Notre Dame's Assistant Band Director, Matt Merten, to learn more about enduring musical traditions of New Orleans.

Mon 10/23/17 11:30AM Off Site Location

Macbeth (2017) <h4>Shakespeare at Notre Dame</h4>

The first advance screening in the U.S.A. of a bold new feature film of Shakespeare's Macbeth—poised for release. There will be a Post-screening Q&A with Judith Buchanan, the film's co-writer/adapter.

This is a free but ticketed event.
Tue 10/24/17 8:00PM Browning Cinema

Bach's Lunch <h4>Department of Music</h4>
 A series of short, informal concerts featuring Department of Music student performers. Bring a friend and a quiet lunch and enjoy a variety of classical selections.

Family friendly, all ages are welcome. This is a free but ticketed event.
Fri 10/27/17 12:10PM Penote Peformer's Hall
Fri 11/10/17 12:10PM Penote Peformer's Hall
Fri 11/17/17 12:10PM Penote Peformer's Hall
Fri 12/1/17 12:10PM Penote Peformer's Hall

Kiera Duffy Talk <h4>Presenting Series</h4>

Renowned Schubert scholar Susan Youens will awaken the senses to the exquisite music through a lecture before the recital. Enhance your enjoyment of the concert by attending this pre-concert talk which will provide insights into the works.

Sun 11/5/17 1:00PM Founder's Room

Stephen Hough, Solo Piano Recital <h4>Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Department of Music</h4>

Internationally renowned pianist Stephen Hough performs solo piano works of Debussy, Schumann, and Beethoven. Hough's mastery of the instrument has earned him a multitude of prestigious awards and a long-standing international following.

Family friendly with children age 7+ admitted.

Sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Department of Music.
Wed 11/8/17 7:00PM Leighton Concert Hall

Solo Square Dance <h4>Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies</h4>

Solo Square Dance is a percussive dance performance commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Irish Dance Halls Act which banned dancing in homes. Performed by Nic Gareiss, the dances are new pieces inspired by this and other dance bans—some in the U.S.A.

Event includes mature or adult content. This is a free but ticketed event.
Fri 11/17/17 7:30PM Philbin Studio Theatre

"Dead Youth" or "The Leaks" <h4>Creative Writing Program</h4>

Can justice survive the Anthropocene? Notre Dame Professor Joyelle McSweeney's award-winning,eco-farcical rewiring of The Tempest—featuring Julian Assange, Henrietta Lacks, and a crew of fun-loving Dead Youth—aims to find out.

Contains adult or mature content. This is a free but ticketed event.

Co-sponsored by the Department of English, the Creative Writing Program, Gender Studies, the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, and the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.
Wed 11/29/17 7:30PM Philbin Studio Theatre

UZIMA!<h4> Presenting Series</h4>

Lead by Kelly Morgan, founder, and director of local dance and theater company UZIMA! and master African drummer James Riley ’94 this popular event celebrates wholeness, joy, purpose, and life.

This is a free but ticketed event.

Sat 1/20/18 7:30PM Leighton Concert Hall