The St. Lawrence String Quartet (SLSQ) is one of the most well-known string quartets in the world. This year, as Stanford’s quartet-in-residence, it will be celebrating its 25th anniversary with a concert at Bing Concert Hall on Sunday afternoon. The performance will feature a new work by Stanford Professor Jonathan Berger. We talked with Geoff Nuttall,…
The long-awaited Bing Concert Hall opened Jan. 11 with a musical ensemble of professional and student groups.
Last Sunday, Stanford’s quartet-in-residence, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, put on yet another thrilling Sundays with the St. Lawrence performance of Beethoven’s string trio in Eb; Schubert’s enormous string quintet in C, his last instrumental work and only string quartet; and Osvaldo Golijov’s “Yiddishbbuk” for nearly 700 people in Dinkelspiel Auditorium.
This most recent Friday, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, primarily known at Stanford for its quarterly “Sundays with the St. Lawrence” concerts and whose members teach in the Music Department, performed Joseph Haydn’s composition “The Seven Last Words of Christ” in Memorial Church.