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Upcoming Noon Concerts

The Department of Music offers free noontime concerts on selected Wednesdays and Fridays in Campbell Recital Hall.

Noon concerts take place in Campbell Recital Hall and begin at 12:30 p.m., unless otherwise indicated.  Parking is available for a fee in the Tresisdder parking lot.

The Department of Music offers noon concerts on Wednesdays and Fridays in Campbell Recital Hall.
Feb
05

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Melody Holmes

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Flute students from Melody Holmes's studio are featured in this noontime concert. 

Admission Info

Free

Feb
07

NOON CONCERT: Seunghee Lee, haegeum

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Seunghee Lee, haegeum (a traditional Korean string instrument), plays new Korean music by Hyo-shin Na, old Korean music (traditional works), and Haegeum Sanjo.

Admission Info

Free

Feb
19

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Alexandra Hawley

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Flute students are featured in this noontime concert.

Admission Info

Free

Feb
26

NOON CONCERT: Harpsichord Studio of Elaine Thornburgh

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Harpsichord students of Elaine Thornburgh will be featured in this noontime recital.

Admission Info

Free

Mar
04

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Greer Ellison

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Flute students from Greer Ellison's studio are featured in this noontime concert.

Admission Info

Free

Mar
06

NOON CONCERT: Piano Studio of George Barth and Kumaran Arul

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Piano students of George Barth and Kumaran Arul will be featured in this noontime recital.

Admission Info

Free

Mar
11

NOON CONCERT: Piano Studio of Frederick Weldy

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Piano students of Frederick Weldy will be featured in this noontime recital.

Admission Info

Free

Mar
13

NOON CONCERT: Voice Students of Kathryne Jennings

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

The voice students of Kathryne Jennings's studio perform.

Admission Info

Free

Apr
09

NOON CONCERT: Emerging String Quartet Program – Vera Quartet

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

The Vera Quartet shares the uniquely democratic dynamic of a string quartet with diverse audiences within and beyond the concert hall. Winners of the 2018 Astral Artists National Auditions, the Vera Quartet is currently the String Quartet in Residence at the Curtis Institute of Music. The quartet received Grand Prizes at the Chamber Music Yellow Springs and Plowman Chamber Music Competitions, top prizes from the M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet Prize from the Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition.

The Vera Quartet has held residencies at the Aspen Music Festival, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Beethovenhaus in Germany, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and McGill International String Quartet Academy. In 2017, they were selected as one of five Young Artists in Residence at NPR’s Performance Today. Recent seasons have included international tours to Argentina, Hong Kong, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, and Vietnam.

The St. Lawrence String Quartet, Stanford's artist-in-residence, developed the Emerging String Quartet Program (ESQP) as a workshop focused on community outreach for young professional musicians, in which emerging ensembles are invited to Stanford for a residency allowing for the musicians to receive coaching from the SLSQ, as well as experiencing an intense schedule performing both on- and off- campus for a variety of schools, community groups, and Silicon Valley businesses. The musicians, already highly accomplished presenters and performers, are provided rare opportunities to interact with the audiences to develop both their skills as performers and as community builders.

Photo: Matt Dine

Admission Info

Free

Apr
24

NOON CONCERT: Trombone Students of McDowell Kenley

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Trombone students are featured in this noontime concert.

Admission Info

Free

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