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Fri
24
May

Schola Cantorum and Sinfonia Schola Cantorum: Ein deutsches Requiem

8:00pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
Brahms’s Requiem focuses on the living. “A German Requiem” has, for many music enthusiasts, become an anthem for our time, with grand social and political reverberations. Yet, for Brahms, this work was deeply personal, with the composer himself selecting appropriate texts from the German-language Bible; emphasizing transition from suffering and ...
Sat
25
May

Intercollegiate Taiko Invitational: North American Taiko Artists' Showcase

7:00pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
This is the first concert of a two-part concert series hosted by Stanford Taiko, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Intercollegiate Taiko Invitational (ITI). First established in 1995, ITI has grown into an annual two-day conference that brings together over 180 collegiate taiko players, who will have the opportunity to learn from and ...
Sun
26
May

Intercollegiate Taiko Invitational: Collegiate Taiko Showcase

4:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
This is the second concert of a two-part concert series hosted by Stanford Taiko, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Intercollegiate Taiko Invitational (ITI). First established in 1995, ITI has grown into an annual two-day conference that brings together over 180 collegiate taiko players, who will have the opportunity to learn from and ...
Mon
27
May

Hannah Subotnick: Venus Hum

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
Hannah Subotnick makes art using film, animation, photography, dance, and sound. Although her work crosses many disciplines, at its core is a love of the transformative potential of the lens. She uses visual mysteries to explore non-corporeal intimacy.  She is currently an M.F.A. candidate at Stanford University.
Tue
28
May

Hannah Subotnick: Venus Hum

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
Hannah Subotnick makes art using film, animation, photography, dance, and sound. Although her work crosses many disciplines, at its core is a love of the transformative potential of the lens. She uses visual mysteries to explore non-corporeal intimacy.  She is currently an M.F.A. candidate at Stanford University.
Wed
29
May

Hannah Subotnick: Venus Hum

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
Hannah Subotnick makes art using film, animation, photography, dance, and sound. Although her work crosses many disciplines, at its core is a love of the transformative potential of the lens. She uses visual mysteries to explore non-corporeal intimacy.  She is currently an M.F.A. candidate at Stanford University.
Wed
29
May

NOON CONCERT: Piano Students of George Barth and Kumaran Arul

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
Stanford piano students from the studios of George Barth and Kumaran Arul perform.
Wed
29
May

University Singers: Music by Johann Sebastian Bach - NEW VENUE!

7:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Robert Huw Morgan directs the University Singers' concert of music by Johann Sebastian Bach. | Note: This event has been moved to Bing Concert Hall.
Wed
29
May

Stanford New Ensemble

7:30pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium, MAP
Free
The Stanford New Ensemble presents their end-of-year performance, directed by Hans Kretz.
Thu
30
May

Hannah Subotnick: Venus Hum

9:00am | CCRMA Wall for AudioVisual Expression (WAVE), CCRMA Lobby, The Knoll, MAP
Hannah Subotnick makes art using film, animation, photography, dance, and sound. Although her work crosses many disciplines, at its core is a love of the transformative potential of the lens. She uses visual mysteries to explore non-corporeal intimacy.  She is currently an M.F.A. candidate at Stanford University.

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