The 2006-07 season at the University of Notre Dame’s Marie P. DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts features more than 30 internationally renowned touring artists focusing on three genres of music – classical, world and jazz – as well as modern dance, bluegrass and popular music.
The season opens Sept. 1 (Friday) with two performances by singer/songwriter Jen Chapin and also features two “ND Presents: Live at the Morris” performances – the Moscow Festival Ballet performing Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” on Jan. 27 (Saturday), and the Bulgarian State Opera performing Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” on March 22 (Thursday) – in South Bend’s Morris Performing Arts Center.
A complete schedule of performances and ticket information are available at the performing arts center’s Web site, http://performingarts.nd.edu/ , which offers online ticket sales, a search-by-date function and an interactive calendar.
The center opened in 2004 and includes five separate venues, including the Leighton Concert Hall, Decio Mainstage Theatre, Philbin Studio Theatre, THX-certified Browning Cinema, and the Reyes Organ and Choral Hall.Contact: _Laura Moran, performing arts center, 574-631-2731, email@example.com
Originally published by newsinfo.nd.edu on July 31, 2006.at