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John Schott and Matt Wright have been musically collaborating for 18 years. both as a duo and also with the late David Wessel as That Situated Trio, who performed in the U.S. and Europe. Matt and John have carried on with recent duo performances in the Bay Area and New York. Together they develop a number of musical programs and interfaces for Matt that provide certain limits and affordances for their improvisatory explorations.

Featuring Guest Ensembles 

The International Showcase will feature some of the extraordinary ensembles participating in the this summer's SLSQ Chamber Music Seminar.

SLSQ and Guests 

Join us for a midday celebration of chamber music featuring the extraordinary SLSQ and guest faculty members of the SLSQ’s Chamber Music Seminar.

 SLSQ and Stephen Prutsman, Piano 

Join us for a midday celebration of chamber music featuring the extraordinary SLSQ and guest faculty members of the SLSQ’s Chamber Music Seminar. The program will include a screening of Buster Keaton’s 1927 film College, accompanied by a live performance of an original score composed by Stephen Prutsman.

Join us for a midday celebration of chamber music featuring the extraordinary SLSQ and guest faculty members of the SLSQ’s Chamber Music Seminar.

SLSQ: Geoff Nuttall, Owen Dalby, Lesley Robertson, Christopher Costanza

Tara Helen O’Connor, fluteDaniel Philips, violinMaria Lambros, violaMichael Kannen, celloPedja Muzijevic, pianoErika Switzer, pianoStephen Prutsman, piano

Title: Symbiotic Encounters between Performers and MediaAbstract: In my recent works, I have been exploring different ways of engaging performers and media—specifically video—into mutually beneficial interrelations on stage. Whether direct or indirect, literal or metaphorical, the connections between performers and digital entities have both generated and been engendered by musical and narrative structures.

New works by the Stanford composers of Music <541> will be performed by the vocal ensemble Ekmeles, whom are dedicated to the performance of new and rarely-heard works.

The harp studio of Marjorie Chauvel presents its annual Mothers’ Day recital. | Program TBA.

Senior Chris Yoon will conduct a large ensemble for his conducting recital.

Program

  • Strauss: Serenade, Op. 7
  • Stravinsky: Septet
  • Schwartz: Selections from "Wicked"

Why are works of Johann Sebastian Bach still regarded as the pinnacle of Western music? How has Bach's music influenced other composers, and been refracted through a 20th-century lens? Paul Phillips, the Gretchen B. Kimball Director of Orchestral Studies at Stanford University, will explain and demonstrate the genius of Bach, Webern, and Stravinsky with the Stanford Philharmonia, performing Webern’s arrangement of the Fuga (Ricercar) from Bach’s "Musical Offering", Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks Concerto in E-flat, and Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.

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