NOTE: Though parking is free on weekends, a $3 parking pass is required for Friday night events. Passes can be purchased at the kiosk located at the North side of lot P207. From the North: Take Interstate 5 to Genesee Avenue west. After 0.7 miles (3rd light) turn left on North Torrey Pines Road. After 0.9 miles (4th light) turn left on Muir College Drive and proceed to the second lot on the right (lot 207). Mandeville is to the south beyond the Sun God sculpture. From the South: Take Interstate 5 to La Jolla Village Drive west. After 1.7 miles (7th light) turn right on Muir College Drive and proceed to the second lot on the right (lot 207). Mandeville is to the south beyond the Sun God sculpture. (Note: After the curve, La Jolla Village Drive becomes North Torrey Pines Road.) Disabled Parking: Disabled Parking is in marked areas in Lot 206, next to the faculty club. Additional Disabled Parking available on Mandeville Lane (limited spaces available). From the North and South: Take the Interstate-5 to La Jolla Village Dr. west exit and get in right lane. After Villa La Jolla Drive, merge right onto the Gilman Drive ramp. Turn right on Gilman Drive. Proceed on Gilman, and turn left at the third stop sign (Mandeville Lane). Disabled parking will be on the right. Patrons may also continue on Mandeville Lane to the loop in front of the auditorium to be dropped off.
Steven Schick conducts a concert of both dazzling color and shadowy expression, in the second concert of the 2012-2013 Season, Angle of Repose. We begin with Handel’s brilliant overture, “The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba” and conclude with Brahms’ stirring and rarely-performed “Triumphlied” for chorus and orchestra. Also on the program are Brahms’ “Nänie,” also with chorus, Schoenberg’s “Five Pieces for Orchestra,” and Luigi Dallapiccola’s “Piccola Musica Notturna.” Free pre-concert lecture one hour prior to each performance. Free parking.