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Haydn Plaque in London to be unveiled March 24th, 2015

Mozart & Haydn, two of Europe’s greatest composers, both came to London in the eighteenth century. Mozart’s visit was in 1764, when he and his sister performed as child prodigies for King George III.

Haydn in a cameo role at the "Big Bang"

Haydn has a cameo role in this Boston Globe article about M.I.T. physicist Alan Guth and the Big Bang. Guth holds the chair named for the late physicist and music lover Victor Weisskopf, who is memorably quoted saying of the "Let there be Light!" moment in Haydn's Creation, “There cannot be a more beautiful and impressive artistic rendition of the beginning of everything.”

Two new articles by Michael Lorenz

Michael Lorenz has called the Society's attention to two recent articles of interest to members of the HSNA. About the first we writes:

"In case the Haydn Society of North America didn't take notice, I want to refer you to the following Haydn trifle that I pubished last year:"