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News from the New Esterházy Quartet

The New Esterházy Quartet has announced several upcoming events in their latest Newsletter. These include a concert April 20 and 21, The Danube Runs Through It, their coming concert season, and other events. The April concerts are listed on the HSNA "Concerts and Conferences" page. Here are the other announcements from the New Esterházy Newsletter:


Concerts by the New Esterhazy Quartet: The Danube Runs Through it

As announced in their latest newsletter, the New Esterházy Quartet is presenting The Danube Runs Through It, a concert featuring music originating along the course of the Danube, April 20 and 21 in the Bay Area. Here is the program:

Recent Dissertations

Dissertations completed since 2010 that include “Haydn” as a keyword:

Mark C. Ferraguto, ‘Between two giants’: Style and Aesthetics in Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony and the Works of 1806-1807”

"Johann Sebastian Bach and his Sons" at American Bach Society meeting in 2014

The American Bach Society invites  paper proposals for its upcoming meeting to be held at Kenyon College (Gambier, Ohio), 1–4, May 2014. The theme of the meeting will be “Johann Sebastian Bach and his Sons.” One of the focal points will be the celebration of the 300th anniversary of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s birth (1714-1788).

"Haydn in Paris": Feb. 22 and 24, presented by the Handel & Haydn Society in Boston

The Handel and Haydn Society will present "Haydn in Paris," a concert of instrumental music by Joseph Haydn, at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, and 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24, in Symphony Hall in Boston, Mass. 

The performance by the period instrument orchestra will be led by conductor Harry Christophers, with violin soloist and orchestra leader Aisslinn Nosky. Works on the all-Haydn program will be: