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Oct 20 2015 | Sibelius Festival
The Sibelius Festival celebrates the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jean Sibelius, one of the 20th century’s greatest composers. His music continues to reverberate in concert halls throughout the world while evoking the essence of his native country, Finland.
Oct 12 2015 | SFGATE
Stanford composer Jonathan Berger's new work My Lai, with libretto by Bay Area novelist Harriet Scott Chessman, received its premiere in Bing Concert Hall on Saturday, October 10, with performances by tenor Rinde Eckert, Kronos Quartet, and Vietnamese instrumental virtuoso Vân-Ánh Vanessa Võ. San...
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has just qualified the new Haydn CD featuring the Stanford Chamber Chorale, St. Lawrence String Quartet, and Stanford Chamber Strings for the first-round ballot of the current Grammy Award cycle in the following categories: Best Choral...
Sep 26 2015 | Miami University News
Stanford Composition alumnus Per Bloland (D.M.A., Music: Composition, 2009), currently an Assistant Professor of Music at Miami University's College of Creative Arts, received very positive press coverage for his opera, Pedr Solis:
Sep 25 2015 | Music Lessons
Weekly music lessons are offered by the Department of Music throughout the academic quarter (all lessons within the Department incur lesson fees). Music lessons are open to all Stanford students, not just Music majors, but prospective students must demonstrate, by audition with the appropriate...

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