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CCRMA visiting student Lazare Lubek presents a piano recital. Born in 2000 in Paris, Lazare Lubek is a visiting student from the ENS. He started very early to study harmony and musical writing when he was seven years old, first in private lessons with Isabelle Duha, then at municipal and regional conservatory with Pierre Cambourian and Thibault Perrine, and later at national conservatory with Fabien Waksman, Thierry Escaich, Bernard de Crépy, Olivier Trachier, and Thomas Lacôte.

Students from the studios of Stanford voice faculty members Wendy Hillhouse, Kathryne Jennings, Nova Jiménez, and Benjamin Liupaogo will each perform one song during this recital. This event will serve as the students' spring vocal jury, with the faculty evaluating the student performances.  

Note: This event has been moved ahead one hour to allow for a longer program, expected to be approximately three hours including an intermission.

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The Stanford Department of Music is hosting an evening concert and a carnival afternoon to support and promote Black art and Black creatives on campus. We will highlight department ensembles, student groups, independent artists, and off-campus community ensembles performing art from cultures across the Black and African Diasporas, as well as arts where the influence of Black creatives is traditionally underrepresented. 

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The Stanford Department of Music is hosting an evening concert and a carnival afternoon to support and promote Black art and Black creatives on campus. We will highlight department ensembles, student groups, independent artists, and off-campus community ensembles performing art from cultures across the Black and African Diasporas, as well as arts where the influence of Black creatives is traditionally underrepresented. 

Performers

Pandemic Recap is a streaming event of select works made by our D.M.A. composers over the past two year. These works were made for performers and ensembles-in-residence from afar (due to COVID) and therefore have not been premiered yet. Come listen/watch to see what we have been up to for the past few years, creating music in a world of isolation.

Throughout the COVID pandemic, the Quarantine Sessions Core has been programming, testing, and rehearsing in an online environment with artists in the U.S. and Europe, broadcasting live with audio and video feeds from each site. | Livestreaming at CCRMA Live

The Core performers

Westley Montgomery, tenor, performs the entire song cycle Les Illuminations by Benjamin Britten with accompanist Tamami Honma, piano. | Benjamin Britten photo by Hans Wild, 1968

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Standord cello lecturer and St. Lawrence String Quartet member Christopher Costanza is joined by his students in the Stanford Cello Choir. | Program TBA

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Throughout the COVID pandemic, the Quarantine Sessions Core has been programming, testing, and rehearsing in an online environment with artists in the U.S. and Europe, broadcasting live with audio and video feeds from each site. | Livestreaming at CCRMA Live

The Core performers

Master-musician Necati Çelik (ne-JAH-tee CHEY-lik) is the Roberta Bowman Denning visiting artist in residency at the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies at Stanford University and Spring 2022 lecturer in the Department of Music. Çelik is one of the most important representatives of Ottoman musical traditions and an undisputed master of the ud, or fretless lute. Regarded unanimously as a virtuoso of this era, he is an unparalleled improviser and interpreter of Turkish classical music.

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