Joshua Redman, Stanford University Department of Music's Mohr Visiting Artist for Winter 2019, will present a free public lecture on Friday, January 11 at 7:30 PM in Campbell Recital Hall. This event has sold out in advance!
The Department of Music at Stanford University seeks applicants for the position of Director of Vocal Studies at the rank of Senior Lecturer
We look forward to welcoming a dynamic and collaborative colleague expert in the pedagogy and performance of classical Western vocal art music as well as in other genres of vocal music, possibly including but not limited to musical theater, jazz, and popular styles.
Mark Dalrympleshowed courage, grace, and patience during his long struggle with cancer that ended March 22nd. He was born in the Seattle area to parents George and Persis and grew up there and in Humboldt County, CA.
Due to a forecast of rain, the Linux Audio Conference concert on Monday at 8:00 PM will take place in Braun Rehearsal Hall at Braun Music Center. (This event was originally scheduled at CCRMA Courtyard, The Knoll.)
Effective with our Fall 2018 ticketed events, we have a new ticket pricing policy. All ticket prices have been increased by $3. The new pricing includes all ticket office service fees, so the price you see listed in our event details is your total cost. Previously, fees were added to the publicized ticket price at the time of purchase.
We encourage concert attendees to buy their tickets in advance.
The 2018 Stanford Summer Orchestra, led by Paul Phillips, the Gretchen B. Kimball Director of Orchestral Studies, is open to all members of the Stanford community. Although Stanford students are given priority, the Summer Orchestra also welcomes musicians from the local and non-Stanford community. | More info here.
Joshua Spayd's recital this weekend, previously announced here as taking place on Sunday, May 27, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 26 at 7:00 p.m. The venue, Campbell Recital Hall, remains the same.
The 2018 Reactions to the Record symposium will take place April 6-8 in Braun Music Center on the Stanford University campus and will focus on The Player Piano Project. The symposium will include presentations, panels, concerts, and demonstrations highlighting the latest work being conducted on historical performance documents, especially player pianos and piano rolls.