Cultural Passport Event and RSVP
All graduate and professional students are invited to join Maestro Tsung Yeh and the South Bend Symphony in downtown South Bend for an evening of Shakespeare-inspired music from Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, and Walton. Renowned stage actor and Shakespeare at Notre Dame guest performer Matthew Davies will recite scenes from Hamlet and Henry V.
As a special post-concert treat, students are invited to stop at the South Bend Chocolate Café, just down the street from the Morris Performing Arts Center, for a free coffee drink and specially wrapped chocolate bar. (A treat ticket is required.) Special $5 vouchers for Club LaSalle will also be available, and can be used at any time.
Tickets and Eligibility
We have a limited number of tickets to distribute to graduate and professional students; each student is eligible to request one pair of tickets.
As of 3:15 p.m. on Monday afternoon, the entire allotment of tickets has been accounted for. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list for any extra tickets that may become available toward the end of the week, please email Mary Hendrikson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Date:||Saturday, March 3|
|Time:||8:00pm to ?|
|Location:||Morris Performing Arts Center
211 N. Michigan St.
|Cost:||Free (with tickets); parking is available nearby on downtown streets|
|Invited:||ND graduate and professional students and their guests|
If you have questions or need to change your request, please contact Mary Hendriksen at email@example.com or 631-1713.
This cultural passport event is sponsored by the South Bend Symphony and:
- The Graduate School
- College of Arts and Letters
- College of Engineering
- College of Science
- The Law School
- Mendoza College of Business
- School of Architecture