The Stanford Summer Symphony, conducted by Paul Phillips, presents a free concert program at Meyer Green on the Stanford University campus.
The Stanford Summer Symphony is an annual tradition on campus, and this year, they will present two concerts: one livestreaming from Bing Concert Hall and the other, a second performance of the same program presented at Stanford's Meyer Green for all to enjoy, now that outdoor campus spaces have been reopened for the Stanford community and visitors.
- Gustav Holst: First Suite in E-flatDiego Hernandez, conductor
- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Four Novelletten, Op. 52
- Jessie Montgomery: Strum
- Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 6 in D Major, Op. 60
A program booklet download is available here with information about this concert including artists' and composers' biographies.