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The students of Music 323 (Doctoral Seminar in Composition) perform their own compositions (Program TBA).

The Stanford Guzheng Ensemble is a group of Stanford students from all disciplines, drawn together by their interest in gu-zheng (Chinese harp). This instrument is considered the ancestor of other Asian instruments such as the Japanese koto. Led by renowned gu-zheng player Hui You, the ensemble explores both traditional and contemporary pieces for gu-zheng.

Victoria Ding performs works for flute, accompanied by staff pianist Lori Lack. Victoria is a sophomore from Saratoga, CA, studying Symbolic Systems. She has been playing the flute for ten years and currently studies with Alexandra Hawley. Additionally, she plays with the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and toured with them last summer to Mexico and Cuba.

Violinist Caroline Campbell performs in recital with pianist Robert Thies (program TBA). 

Mark Applebaum directs the Stanfjord Improvisation Collective’s program of experimental music and trans-idiomatic improvisation.

Ensemble Proton Bern will perform a program of new works for mixed ensemble trio by Stanford composers Utku Asuroglu, Hassan Estakhrian, Julie Herndon, Chris Lortie, Davor Branimir Vincze, and Andrew Alfred Watts.

Fortepianist David Kim performs on his Regier Graf copy. His program includes Robert Schumann's Papillons and Kreisleriana; Schubert’s Sonata in C minor, D. 958; and more.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP. The fabric of racism is inextricably woven and constructed into the founding principles of the United States. Racism was done and it can be undone through effective anti-racist organizing with, and in accountability to the communities most impacted by racism.

Natasha Barrett presents an evening of 3-D surround works using the full capabilities of our newly remodeled audio diffusion system in the CCRMA Stage, with 56 speakers and 8 subwoofers in full 3-D glory!"I compose acousmatic music, electroacoustic music for live soloists and ensembles, and sound-art installations. I have also created music for theatre and dance, large-scale outdoor media productions, background sound environments for exhibitions, and incidental music for games and jingles.

David Lopez presents his senior voice recital (Program TBA.)

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