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Department of Music audience survey

The Department of Music is conducting a survey of our audience: *anyone* who has attended one or more of our events in our venues and online, including the public at large and Stanford's students, faculty, and staff. We would like to find out what our audience is thinking about the future of event presentations in a continuing COVID-19 environment, and hopefully beyond that, as well.

Duruflé Requiem program from Memorial Church released

Just released today, this new audio release featuring works by Duruflé is full of Stanford music faculty and students: Stanford Chamber Chorale and their director Stephen M. Sano, University Organist Robert Huw Morgan, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet (our Ensemble-in-Residence). Additional performers for this program included soloists Mindy Ella Chu, mezzo-soprano, and Nikolas Nackley, baritone, as well as the Omer Quartet.

We are adapting and innovating as our Music classes move online

The Department of Music is excited to announce that despite the limitations imposed upon us during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still thriving, learning, and creating. During these current challenges, we are all relying on our abilities to adapt to an ever-changing world, continually develop new skills, and orchestrate new paths of learning. Now, more than ever, music is what brings us together — music heals, allows us to grow, and provides us with an unlimited source of inspiration.


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