SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU)- The Duncan Student Center at Notre Dame was bustling bright and early Monday morning for Notre Dame Day.
Special guests stopped by for some of the broadcasts, including Chloe Agnew from Celtic Woman.
Agnew is performing Monday night at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Tickets are free.
We at WNDU are excited to be a part of “Notre Dame Day in Michiana,” which will promote the 31 Notre Dame clubs and organizations directly engaged in the Michiana community.
It runs from Sunday evening until just after midnight Tuesday, and there's a 29-hour live broadcast.
To donate or watch the livestream, you can visit notredameday.nd.edu
From the Celtic Woman website:
In the dozen years since its 2005 debut, global musical sensation Celtic Woman has emerged as both a formidable multimedia presence and a genuine cultural phenomenon. The group's albums and DVD releases have been consistent multi-platinum best-sellers, and its concert tours continue to touch the hearts of a devoted audience that spans the globe.
Both an accomplished recording ensemble and a world-class performing collective, Celtic Woman celebrates Ireland's rich musical and cultural heritage, while continuing its remarkable 12-year-legacy of introducing some of Ireland's most talented singers and musicians onto the world stage.
Celtic Woman's fresh fusion of traditional Irish music and contemporary songcraft celebrates Ireland's history while reflecting the vibrant spirit of modern Ireland. The group's repertoire encompasses Irish classics, contemporary songs, classical favorites and stirring originals. The lineup of performers has evolved in the years since the group's inception, but the signature sound of Celtic Woman has remained consistent, showcasing the members' individual and collaborative talents.
Learn more at celticwoman.com/the-celtic-woman-story