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Wed
28
Nov

University Singers

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Robert Huw Morgan directs the University Singers' performance of the Mass in G minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams along with British choral music by Weelkes, Purcell, and Stanford.
Fri
30
Nov

NOON CONCERT: Voice Students of Claire Giovannetti

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Voice students of Claire Giovannetti perform in this noontime recital (Program TBA).
Sat
01
Dec

Stanford Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble: Fall Concert

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
The acclaimed Stanford Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble is excited to present its first performance of the academic year! The ensemble will perform traditional salsa, Latin jazz, and other styles drawing on influences both old and new.
Sat
01
Dec

Stanford Symphony Orchestra

7:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Paul Phillips conducts the SSO's Fall program: Stravinsky: Funeral Song, Op. 5 Korngold: Violin ConcertoLéa Bourgade, violin soloist (Concerto Competition winner) Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5
Sun
02
Dec

Stanford Symphony Orchestra

2:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Paul Phillips conducts the SSO's Fall program: Stravinsky: Funeral Song, Op. 5 Korngold: Violin ConcertoLéa Bourgade, violin soloist (Concerto Competition winner) Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5
Mon
03
Dec

Stanford Baroque Soloists

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
The Stanford Baroque Soloists, under the direction of Anthony Martin, presents their Fall program.
Wed
05
Dec

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Greer Ellison

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Flute students from Greer Ellison's studio are featured in this noontime concert. (Program TBA.) 
Wed
05
Dec

Early Music Singers

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Fall program.
Wed
05
Dec

Fall Chamber Music Showcase

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
Participants from the Stanford Chamber Music program perform.
Thu
06
Dec

BEAM SPLITTER

7:30pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
BEAM SPLITTER is a duo for amplified voice, trombone, and occasional analog electronics. Utilizing the pure sounds of acoustic and closely amplified sound sources, the duo joins together two individual voices into a distinct dialog that delves beyond the borders of the corporeal elements of extended technique and sound. There is an intimacy and ...

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