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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 ...
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...
Feb 27 2018 | Cal Performances
Stanford composer Jonathan Berger's My Lai, inspired by the writings of American helicopter pilot Hugh Thompson and with a libretto by Harriet Scott Chessman, has received a new, fully staged production at Cal Performances featuring Kronos Quartet, Vietnamese instrumentalist Vân-Ành Vð, and

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