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Graduating doctoral student Jessie Marino (Composition) and 2012 alumna Michelle Lou (D.M.A., Composition) have recently been awarded 2018-19 Rome Prizes. 
Apr 12 2018
Established in 1989, the Centennial Teaching Assistant (CTA) Awards recognize and reward outstanding teaching assistants in the Schools of Humanities and Sciences; Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences; and Engineering. Kirstin Haag, doctoral student in Musicology, is one of...
Joshua Kosman, Classical Music Critic at the San Francisco Chronicle, reviews composition professor Mark Applebaum's new CD release: “Speed Dating” [is] a fizzy and unpredictable sampler of works by the inventive Bay Area composer Mark Applebaum... a virtuoso of semi-abstract wordplay." | Read the...
Mar 22 2018 | Stanford News
Emily Hite of Stanford News recently described the action behind the scenes at the Stanford Symphony Orchestra's rehearsals for composer Danny Elfman's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: Eleven Eleven, which received its U.S. premiere at Bing Concert Hall on March 10-11.
Mar 9 2018 | Stanford Live
For the upcoming Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford Symphonic Chorus, and University Singers performances in Bing Concert Hall on March 10 and 11, Stanford Live is extending a special “Study Break” offer for all current Stanford students: $5 tickets at the door, 1 per SUID. The program features ...

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