Parking and access information for Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
November 10,†2013 • 2:30 PM
Mozart • Beethoven • Brahms
March 16, 2014 • 2:30 PM
Bartok • Liszt • Sibelius
May 4, 2014• 2:30 PM
Barber • Bruch • Beethoven
June 15,†2014 • 2:30 PM
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Our Next Concert:
Kyle and Ryan Jannak-Huang, piano
Toni-Marie Montgomery, Narrator
2:30 pm on Sunday,
November 10, 2013
Our special Evanston 150 celebration opens with a brass fanfare composed for the Evanston Symphony by Mark Gresham, and it closes with two pieces whose orchestration highlights the virtuosity of individual members of the orchestra. In between, the delightful Carnival of the Animals features two young pianists from Evanston’s Music Institute of Chicago plus narration of the witty Ogden Nash verses by the
Dean of Northwestern’s Bienen School of Music.
- Evanston Fanfare
- Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld
- Carnival of the Animals
- Kyle and Ryan Jannak-Huang, Piano
Toni-Marie Montgomery, Narrator
Mussorgsky (Orch. Ravel)
- Pictures at an Exhibition
Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
Northwestern University, Evanston
Northwestern Arts Campus Construction Information
Restricted Access to Arts Circle Drive
A construction project on the south side of campus has altered the normal route to and from Pick-Staiger Concert Hall and Regenstein Recital Hall. Arts Circle Drive is now closed to traffic. Please allow extra time for parking.
Where can I park?
Free parking is still available on weekends and after 4 p.m. on weekdays in the structure located on Campus Drive. Visit this page for current details.
How can I get to Pick-Staiger Concert Hall from the parking structure?
How can I drop off a guest who needs special access?
After turning onto Campus Drive, continue driving straight past the parking structure and Louis Hall and park temporarily in the available turnaround space. Special needs access has changed the most. Please be sure to read these instructions!
As construction plans evolve, these directions may change. To download PDF maps and for up-to-date information regarding closures, please visit this page.
Free Pre-Concert Preview Series!
Enhance your concert experience with a sneak preview — Composers come alive and their passions take center stage when ESO General Manager David Ellis and ESO Maestro Lawrence Eckerling take you on an insiderís tour of the history and highlights behind the music. Meet our soloist, Kyle and Ryan Jannak-Huang, at Musical Insights. They and our Maestro Lawrence Eckerling and lecturer David Ellis will explore the November concert program in depth.
Friday, November 8 at 1:30 pm,
North Shore Retirement Hotel
1611 Chicago Avenue, Evanston.
FREE and open to the public.
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