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Fri
14
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.
Sat
15
Dec

A Charlie Brown Christmas - SOLD OUT!

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
The holidays just aren’t happy unless you get to hear the toe-tapping music of A Charlie Brown Christmas! 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 Lorca Hart (Freddie Hubbard, Calvin Keys, ...
Sun
16
Dec

Holiday Organ Recital: Robert Huw Morgan

1:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
Dr. Robert Huw Morgan, university organist, presents his annual holiday recital.  Internationally acclaimed organist Robert Huw 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 ...
Sun
16
Dec

A Charlie Brown Christmas - SOLD OUT!

2:00pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
The holidays just aren’t happy unless you get to hear the toe-tapping music of A Charlie Brown Christmas! 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 Lorca Hart (Freddie Hubbard, Calvin Keys, ...
Wed
09
Jan

Kevin Sun, piano: Fantasies and Variations

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Kevin Lee Sun (B.A.S., '15) presents a solo recital of Fantasies and Variations, featuring music by Bach-Busoni, Schubert, Schumann-Brahms, and living composer Hyo-shin Na. Sun holds a Master of Music degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where he served as Piano Department Assistant. He is now a second-year medical student at ...
Sat
19
Jan

Charles Ferguson, guitar: Seven "T"s at Seventy

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Stanford guitar faculty Charles Ferguson performs works for solo classical guitar by seven "T"s: Telemann, Tarrega, Tansman, Turina, Torroba, Tchaikovsky, and Tedesco.
Sun
20
Jan

Sundays with the St. Lawrence: St. Lawrence String Quartet with the JACK Quartet

2:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
The acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet, a beloved linchpin of Stanford University and Stanford Live, presents its Sundays with the St. Lawrence series, a matinee array of chamber outings in many modes. On Jan. 20, the acclaimed modern JACK Quartet joins in for a lively series of new works played by great musicians.
Thu
24
Jan

A Little Night Music (Free Student Preview)

7:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
The Department of Music presents a fully staged production of A Little Night Music, by America’s greatest living musical theater composer, Stephen Sondheim. A superb cast and orchestra of students and community members will waltz and sing this dramatically and musically refined show, with its witty and stylish lyrics, and its most famous song, “ ...
Fri
25
Jan

A Little Night Music

7:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
The Department of Music presents a fully staged production of A Little Night Music, by America’s greatest living musical theater composer, Stephen Sondheim. A superb cast and orchestra of students and community members will waltz and sing this dramatically and musically refined show, with its witty and stylish lyrics, and its most famous song, “ ...
Sat
26
Jan

A Little Night Music

2:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
The Department of Music presents a fully staged production of A Little Night Music, by America’s greatest living musical theater composer, Stephen Sondheim. A superb cast and orchestra of students and community members will waltz and sing this dramatically and musically refined show, with its witty and stylish lyrics, and its most famous song, “ ...

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