As part of We are Stanford: A Festival of Reflection and Renewal, CCRMA celebrates the start of the 2021 academic year with its annual Transitions — two evenings of outdoor, under-the-stars concerts showcasing music from the CCRMA community and beyond. Feast your ears on immersive 3D sounds played on our multichannel system (24.8 speakers!) in our Courtyard outside the Knoll. Each evening’s program will be different and will feature live performances, fixed media electronic music, and audiovisual works.
The first night of Transitions is presented as the Daniel Pearl Harmony for Humanity Concert. This event honors the life and memory of Stanford alumnus Daniel Pearl, the violin-playing Wall Street Journal reporter who was murdered in 2002. The program will feature music affirming the hope and harmony that characterized Daniel’s approach to bringing peoples and cultures of the world closer to one another.
This event is now open to the public! We encourage everyone to bring a blanket, as there will be no seating provided. As an option for those who can't attend in person, the concert will also be livestreamed at CCRMA Live.
- Stanford affiliates are expected to have completed the Stanford Health Check on the day of the event.
- Guests who are not Stanford affiliates must complete the Stanford Visitor Daily COVID-19 Health Attestation prior to coming to the event. For contact information, please fill out the following:
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- In accordance with University requirements for visitors, all visitors coming to Stanford for indoor or outdoor activities must meet at least one of two criteria:1) Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.2) Receive a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to arrival onsite.
- All attendees are required to wear a mask, if not able to social distance.