Final Program and Abstracts



9:00 – 12:00pm: “Haydn and Beethoven Intersections” (Joint HSNA & NBRC)

  • Erica Buurman, “Haydn, Beethoven, and the Viennese Fine Artists’ Pension Society”
  • James MacKay, “Beethoven’s Haydnesque Heritage: Echoes of Haydn’s Opus 17 and 20 String Quartets in Beethoven’s Opus 18”
  • James Palmer, “End Games: Beethoven’s and Haydn’s Play with Endings in their Op. 33 No. 2s”
  • Jason Yust, “Hypermeter, Form, and Closure in the Development of Beethoven’s Style”

2:00 – 5:00pm: “Haydn’s Aesthetics” (HSNA)

  • Katherine Walker, “The ‘Grand Architect’: Gerard’s Theory of Genius and Haydn’s Aesthetics of Process”
  • Alexandra Amati-Camperi, “Haydn’s L’anima del filosofo, ossia Orfeo ed Euridice and contemporary political (mis)appropriation”
  • Tekla Babyak, “The Flawed Cosmos in Kant’s Astronomy and Haydn’s Creation
  • Eloise Boisjoli, “Affective Strategies of Sensibility in the Slow Movements of Haydn’s String Quartets”

5:30 – 6:15: “Lecture Recital” (Joint HSNA & NBRC)

  • Katharina Uhde and R. Larry Todd, “‘Zu brillant’–The Original Finale of Beethoven’s Violin Sonata in A major, Op 30 No. 1, and Its Assimilation into the Kreutzer Sonata, or, What’s in a Chord?”

6:15 – 7:15: Reception (Joint HSNA & NBRC)

7:30 – 9:00: “Haydn and Sonata Theory” (HSNA)

  • Steven Mathews, “Haydn and the Type 2 Sonata: Development, Correspondence, and Tonal Return”
  • Yoel Greenberg, “‘Altered Recapitulations’ in Early Haydn and his Contemporaries, and their Implications for Understanding the Role of the Double Return”


9:00 – 12:00pm: “New Directions in Haydn Scholarship” (HSNA)

  • Ulrich Wilker, “The 1963 Edition of Haydn’s Last Three Symphonies gets a Critical Report”
  • David Schildkret, “The English Libretto of The Creation Reexamined”
  • James P. Cassaro, “Haydn in Latrobe: Providing Context to Manuscripts Held at St. Vincent College”
  • Caryl Clark and Sarah Day-O’Connell, “CHE update: an overview and progress report on the Cambridge Haydn Encyclopedia project”