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Fri
18
Jan

Clarence Barlow: Piano and electroacoustic works | Chryssie Nanou, piano

7:30pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
Free
Please join us next Friday for a concert of works by Clarence Barlow. Chryssie Nanou will perform a selection of preludes and fugues for piano from Barlow's Ludus Ragalis in alternation with his multichannel electroacoustic pieces. Pre-concert lecture at 5:30 PM: Before the concert, Mr. Barlow will give a talk about Five Dodecaphonic Pieces, a ...
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 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.
Tue
22
Jan

Laetitia Sonami: Ideas & Machines

5:00pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
Laetitia Sonami, composer, sound installation artist, and technologist, discusses her forty-year musical trajectories and encounters. Sonami has studied with Eliane Radigue, Robert Ashley, David Behrman, and Joel Chadabe. She moved from France to the U.S. in the late seventies to pursue her interest in electronic music, away from the more ...
Wed
23
Jan

Gadi Sassoon: Multiverse

7:30pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
Free
Multiverse is Gadi Sassoon’s debut immersive LP: it explores the physical equations of imaginary worlds suspended between organic and synthetic, truth, and deception. This unique auditory experience is created through experimental physical models woven with modular textures and live strings. Impossible digitally-modelled instruments create a ...
Thu
24
Jan

Odeya Nini: A Solo Voice

7:30pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
Free
Evolving over the last seven years, A Solo Voice, composed and performed by Odeya Nini, is an investigation of resonance, extended vocal techniques, performance, and pure expression, exploring the relationship between mind and body and the various landscapes it can yield. The work is a series of malleable compositions and improvisations that ...
Thu
24
Jan

A Little Night Music (Free Stanford Student Preview)

7:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
Free
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

Barbara Nerness: Doublevision

(All day) | CCRMA WAVE: Wall for AudioVisual Expression, MAP
Barbara Nerness presents her interactive installation Doublevision, a video installation that turns audio and movement into visuals. The visuals are created using only audio signals by exploiting old CRT television technology. The work aims to remove the boundary between audio and video as physical media, and highlight the perceptual distinction. ...
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

Barbara Nerness: Doublevision

(All day) | CCRMA WAVE: Wall for AudioVisual Expression, MAP
Barbara Nerness presents her interactive installation Doublevision, a video installation that turns audio and movement into visuals. The visuals are created using only audio signals by exploiting old CRT television technology. The work aims to remove the boundary between audio and video as physical media, and highlight the perceptual distinction. ...

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