Learn more about the choir's CD recordings.
Other recordings and videos can be found on our YouTube channel.
Here is a sampling of our recent recorded performances:
The Notre Dame Magnificat Choir sings Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater." All of the voices and instruments were safely recorded separately and then edited together. (Spring, 2021)
The Notre Dame Magnificat Choir and Coro Primavera de Nuestra Señora sing Hoy Perdóname in an arrangement by Benito Salazar and Patrick Kronner. All of the voices and instruments were safely recorded separately and then edited together. (Spring, 2021)
The Magnificat Choir sings Peter Hurford's setting of Robert Herrick's hymn, "Litany to the Holy Spirit." Due to the pandemic, the voices were recorded separately and then combined together to create our first "virtual choir video." (Fall, 2020)
The choir sings Kola Owolabi's beautiful setting of the "Prayer of St. Francis" live at their 2019 Commencement Concert. The concert served as a benefit for Our Lady of the Road - the daytime drop-in center for the Catholic Worker in South Bend.
The choir sings Herbert Howells' powerful and vivid setting of "Hills of the North" for the live 2019 Notre Dame Day Broadcast:
The choir sings a Peruvian hymn to the Blessed Virgin Mary while visiting the Holy Cross Missions in Canto Grande, Peru:
This clip features a complete improvised performance during our 2018 Commencement Concert. Aside from the chant melody, all aspects of this performance are improvised live:
The choir sings Fauré's "Requiem, op. 48" along with the other Basilica choirs and a symphony orchestra: