The eternal relevance of the Classical style continues to inspire concert programs of both depth and variety. In the hands of Haydn and Mozart, this style builds elegant structures housing music of great beauty; Schubert’s rigorous Classical training helped him launch the Romantic age with unstoppable conviction; and Robert Schumann, in the throes of emotional abandon, nevertheless built his ever-popular chamber works on the time-tested model of Haydn.
- Haydn Quartet in F major for Strings, Hob. III:82, Op. 77, No. 2 (1799)
- Boccherini Quintet No. 4 in D major for Guitar and String Quartet, G. 448 (1798)
- Vivaldi Concerto in D major for Guitar, Strings, and Continuo, RV 93 (1730-31)
- Schumann Quartet in A major for Strings, Op. 41, No. 3 (1842)