A “marathon” performance by all of the 2017 Chamber Music Seminar ensembles, including young professionals, students, and adult amateurs. The performance is estimated at four hours or more; patrons are welcome to exit and re-enter in between pieces during this festival-like conclusion to the annual Seminar.
The participating ensembles are: Midsummer Octet, Trio Cuvée, Geist String Quartet, Quartet 94, punctuated equilibrium, Thalea String Quartet, Sonos Quintet, Matter & Motion, Quatuor Madécasse, Pinky Quartet, Omer Quartet, Quatuor Andara, Auner Quartett, Von Quartet, Tesla Quartet, Vaughan String Quartet, Puck Quartet, The Julius Quartet, Quartet Azure, Ortega Tr.io, Complete 180, and Invoke.
The SLSQ’s programs at Stanford are made possible by the Stanford University Department of Music, Stanford Live, the Friends of Music at Stanford, the Ben and A. Jess Shenson Funds at Stanford University, Stanford Arts Office of the Associate Dean, Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, and Autism Fun Bay Area. Special thanks to Peter and Helen Bing.