*PARKING ALERT* Please be advised that parking on Stanford campus will be compromised due to President Obama's campus visit in the morning and afternoon of Friday, February 13. Galvez Lot and parking spaces surrounding Bing Concert Hall are slated to be open by 6pm, however we strongly suggest arriving early to secure parking. Road closures may still be in effect. For detailed information on closures via Stanford's Parking & Transportation website, click here. For a map of closures, click here.
The music of Joseph Haydn—the great architect of Classical form whose unparalleled output of sonatas, string quartets, and symphonies had a formative influence on his student Beethoven and countless other composers—is being featured throughout the 2014–15 season as part of a campus-wide project on Patronage and Enlightenment. The series of concerts will afford the opportunity to hear a broad selection of Haydn’s music, from large-scale choral and orchestral works to genre-defining string quartets and other chamber music. The three-part Haydn: Patronage & Enlightenment series continues on Saturday, February 14 and Sunday, February 15.
To learn more about the series and the free two-day conference surrounding Haydn on Feb 13 & 14, click here.
Haydn: Trio for Flute, Violin, and Cello in G Major, Hob. IV:3, London
String Quartet in C Major op. 76 no. 3, Emperor
Symphony No. 102 in B-flat Major (reduction)