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Mon
09
Dec

CCRMA WAVE presents: RED

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
RED In 2015, Sarah Nemtsov read about the London drummer Kiran Gandhi, who trained for a marathon, and on the day of that marathon, began her period. She ran the marathon without hiding the bleeding. This met with both protest and approval, triggering a variety of discussions. Female menstruation in RED is a metaphor for hidden pain – whatever ...
Mon
09
Dec

Fall Chamber Music Showcase: Program 2

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
Participants from the Stanford Chamber Music program perform in the second of two Fall recitals. Each recital will have different performers and repertoire.
Tue
10
Dec

CCRMA WAVE presents: RED

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
RED In 2015, Sarah Nemtsov read about the London drummer Kiran Gandhi, who trained for a marathon, and on the day of that marathon, began her period. She ran the marathon without hiding the bleeding. This met with both protest and approval, triggering a variety of discussions. Female menstruation in RED is a metaphor for hidden pain – whatever ...
Wed
11
Dec

CCRMA WAVE presents: RED

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
RED In 2015, Sarah Nemtsov read about the London drummer Kiran Gandhi, who trained for a marathon, and on the day of that marathon, began her period. She ran the marathon without hiding the bleeding. This met with both protest and approval, triggering a variety of discussions. Female menstruation in RED is a metaphor for hidden pain – whatever ...
Thu
12
Dec

CCRMA WAVE presents: RED

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
RED In 2015, Sarah Nemtsov read about the London drummer Kiran Gandhi, who trained for a marathon, and on the day of that marathon, began her period. She ran the marathon without hiding the bleeding. This met with both protest and approval, triggering a variety of discussions. Female menstruation in RED is a metaphor for hidden pain – whatever ...
Thu
12
Dec

Stanford Baroque Soloists: Bachs & Biber — NEW DATE!

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
The Stanford Baroque Soloists, under the direction of Anthony Martin, presents their Fall program "Bachs & Biber" with works by C.P.E. Bach, J.C. Bach, W.F. Bach, J.C.F. Bach, and Heinrich Biber. Note: This event has been rescheduled from November 25.
Fri
13
Dec

CCRMA WAVE presents: RED

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
RED In 2015, Sarah Nemtsov read about the London drummer Kiran Gandhi, who trained for a marathon, and on the day of that marathon, began her period. She ran the marathon without hiding the bleeding. This met with both protest and approval, triggering a variety of discussions. Female menstruation in RED is a metaphor for hidden pain – whatever ...
Fri
13
Dec

Annual Messiah Sing / Play Along

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
This annual “sing and play it yourself” celebration of Handel’s masterwork, conducted by Stephen Sano, is a favorite of campus and community! Orchestral parts will be provided, and singers may purchase scores at the door or bring their own. Admission Info ADVANCE TICKETS: GENERAL $18 | STUDENTS $13 | SENIORS $13 (Now on sale!) AT THE DOOR: GENERAL ...
Sat
14
Dec

Glen Pearson Trio: A Tribute to the Music of a Charlie Brown Christmas

2:00pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Back by popular demand, we’re proud to present a tribute to Vince Guaraldi’s soundtrack album to A Charlie Brown Christmas, the 1965 holiday classic. Join SJW for a show that will warm your heart and put you in the holiday spirit, featuring jazz pianist Glen Pearson (Count Basie), bassist Ruth Davies (Charles Brown, Elvin Bishop), and drummer ...
Sun
15
Dec

Holiday Organ Recital: Dr. Robert Huw Morgan

1:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
Internationally acclaimed organist Dr. Robert Huw Morgan presents his annual holiday recital. Dr. Morgan is University Organist, Lecturer in Organ, and Director of both the Stanford University Singers and the Memorial Church Choir at Stanford University. The native of Wales holds dual doctorates in Organ Performance and Orchestral Conducting from ...

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