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Notre Dame College to Travel to Bruges, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin in 2015

The Notre Dame College international, educational travel trip in 2015 will include the historical and cultural highlights of Germany─the homeland of the College’s founders, the Sisters of Notre Dame─as well as Belgium and the Netherlands. The experiential learning opportunity and application of...

Notre Dame College Associate Professor of Art Also Educates Through Music

The art of teaching art for Notre Dame College faculty member W. Reed Simon is, in part, music. A jazz violinist as well as an artist and educator, Simon distinctively shares with his students─through his experiences in and outside of the classroom─the technical proficiencies and creative processes...

Notre Dame College Announces 2014 Raffle Dinner Fundraiser for Performing Arts Students

Notre Dame College’s Performing Arts Programs will host their third annual dinner and raffle fundraiser from 6-11 p.m. on Friday, April 25, at Normandy Catering Center, 30310 Palisades Parkway in Wickliffe, Ohio. Tickets are $40 and include entrance to the event, dinner, dessert and full open bar...

Notre Dame College to Host Musical Tribute to Broadway Star Ethel Merman

Notre Dame College will host the exclusive showing of The Musical Theater Project’s “Loud but Honest: The Impact of Ethel Merman” at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 13, in its Regina Auditorium. The concert tribute to the Broadway performer known for introducing a new kind of woman on Broadway─the brassy dame...

Local Artist Showcases Portraits of Sisters of Notre Dame in Clara Fritzsche Library Exhibit

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host the premier showing of “NUN,” an exhibit of portraits of a group of retired Sisters of Notre Dame by award-winning artist Judy Takács. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, April 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the library. The exhibit is...

Notre Dame College to Host Jim Brickman’s “Yesterday Once More” March 29 and 30

WHAT: Jim Brickman’s “Yesterday Once More,” A Musical Tribute to the Carpenters, presented by Mercury Summer Stock. WHY: With breathtaking songs brought to life by Karen and Richard Carpenter, “Yesterday Once More” takes audiences back in time, recapturing the music an entire generation fell in...

Notre Dame College Annual All Student Art Show to Open with Reception, Awards

The Notre Dame College Art Club and Art Department 2014 All Student Art Show is not only free and open to the public this year but also free and open to all students who want to enter. For the first time, the entry fee for students to participate in the juried show has been waived. Cash prizes...

Notre Dame College to Perform "All Shook Up!" The Elvis Musical April 4-6

The Notre Dame College theatre program will present "All Shook Up!" The Elvis Musical at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 6. All performances will be in the College's Regina Auditorium. "All Shook Up!" is a retelling of Shakespeare's "The Twelfth...

Notre Dame College Indoor Percussion Elevated to Higher Level of Global Competition

The Notre Dame College Indoor Percussion Ensemble (NDIPE) has been promoted by Winter Guard International (WGI), the governing body of international competition, to the Percussion Independent Open Class. The move makes NDIPE the only open-class competitive ensemble in Northeast Ohio. This promotion...

Notre Dame College Performing Arts to Showcase Indoor Ensembles

The Notre Dame College and Northeast Ohio communities will have their one and only chance to see a full performance of the College's Indoor Percussion Ensemble (NDIPE) and Color Guard (NDCIG) at 7 p.m. March 28 in the campus Keller Center. The Annual Notre Dame College Performing Arts Indoor...

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