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Wed
30
Jan

Luis Fred and the Trombones de Costa Rica: Masterclass

12:30pm | Braun Rehearsal Hall, MAP
Free
The Costa Rican chamber music group Trombones de Costa Rica was founded in April 1991 by four Costa Rican musicians. They have since brought their music to audiences in many countries on several continents. The ensemble will work with Stanford students at this free masterclass, which is open to the public. Trombones de Costa Rica Martín Bonilla ...
Wed
30
Jan

Luis Fred and the Trombones de Costa Rica - NEW DATE!

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
The Costa Rican chamber music group Trombones de Costa Rica was founded in April 1991 by four Costa Rican musicians. They have since brought their music to audiences in many countries on several continents. Afer their midday masterclass, the ensemble presents an evening concert. Trombones de Costa Rica Martín Bonilla Luis Fred Leonel Rodríguez ...
Wed
30
Jan

Colin Tucker and Charlie Sdraulig: this title refers to a counterproductive piece of private property

7:30pm | CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, MAP
Free
Colin Tucker and Charlie Sdraulig realize a new work by Tucker for speakers and two performers thematizing the given embodied actualities in everyday and performance settings. The work begins with an installation in which recordings of ambient sounds of the performance space are played back, activating ambiguities between live and recorded sounds ...
Wed
30
Jan

Robert Huw Morgan, organ

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
Free
Robert Huw Morgan will perform in Stanford's beautiful Memorial Church. Dr. Morgan is the University Organist at Stanford University, a position he has held since 1999. A native of Wales, he received his BA and MA from Cambridge University and in 1989 became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists. Between 1985 and 1988, he was an Organ Scholar ...
Fri
01
Feb

CCRMA at BING

7:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Free
Please join us for two different evening programs of 3D audio multichannel immersive music and soundscapes at Bing Concert Hall. We will deploy our the full CCRMA Grail sound system for a selection of pieces from CCRMA and around the world. Featured artists will include CCRMA students, faculty, and guest artists.
Sat
02
Feb

CCRMA at BING

7:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Free
Please join us for two different evening programs of 3D audio multichannel immersive music and soundscapes at Bing Concert Hall. We will deploy our the full CCRMA Grail sound system for a selection of pieces from CCRMA and around the world. Featured artists will include CCRMA students, faculty, and guest artists.
Wed
06
Feb

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Melody Holmes

12:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
Flute students from Melody Holmes's studio are featured in this noontime concert. (Program TBA.) 
Sat
09
Feb

Wooden Fish Ensemble - New date!

2:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP
Free
Wooden Fish Ensemble's program features Asian folk songs and the music of Galina Ustvolskaya and Hyo-shin Na. Wooden Fish Ensemble: Thomas Schultz, piano Shoko Hikage, koto / bass koto (Japanese zither) Terri Baune, violin Special guest Yuki Endo, shinobue (Japanese bamboo flute) Note: This event was rescheduled from February 8.
Fri
15
Feb

Stanford Chamber Chorale: Duruflé's Requiem

7:30pm | Memorial Church, MAP
The Chorale presents Duruflé’s elegant and evocative Requiem in collaboration with soloists Mindy Ella Chu, mezzo soprano, and Nikolas Nackley, baritone; the St. Lawrence String Quartet; their visiting guests in the Emerging String Quartet Program, the Omer Quartet; and University Organist Robert Huw Morgan. Also on the program will be Duruflé’s a ...
Wed
20
Feb

Stanford Jazz Orchestra with special guest Ingrid Jensen

7:30pm | Bing Concert Hall, MAP
Michael Galisatus directs the Stanford Jazz Orchestra's program, featuring guest artist Ingrid Jensen.  Canadian trumpet player Ingrid Jensen has been nominated for several Juno awards, winning one for her first album, Vernal Fields, and has worked with Maria Schneider, Steve Wilson, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Bob Berg, Gary Bartz, Bill ...

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