Stanford Live will broaden its performing arts offerings next season with a diverse array of music, dance and multimedia events.
The upcoming Stanford Live season promises an eclectic lineup of more than 60 events. The offerings include the world premiere of "The Demo," commissions for the St. Lawrence String Quartet, a campus-wide examination of Haydn and a global exploration of water.
We're looking for all types of student artists—dancers, singers, musicians, magicians, comedians, and more—for The Next Bing Thing, a student showcase at Bing Concert Hall.
Stanford students: audition on Wednesday, April 16, from 4-8 p.m. for your chance to perform on the mainstage at Bing Concert Hall!
Setting Sail with Chanticleer and the New Century Chamber Orchestra.
It’s the recurrent pattern of Old and New Worlds converging. The contact between Europeans and Americans in a period of ominous uncertainty, and the creative ferment it generated, could stand as an emblem for the programmatic concept Chanticleer and the New Century Chamber Orchestra (NCCO) have developed for their first-ever collaboration, “Atlantic Crossing.”
Come to a Student Cabaret hosted by Stanford Live on Thursday, February 20th at 7:30pm!
Held in an intimate rehearsal studio space next to the main stage, the Bing Studio Sessions brings Stanford's own talents to the Bing Concert Hall.
Soprano Angela Brown answers the Stanford Live Five.
Soprano Angela Brown joins the Stanford Live Five Series to share with us her unique understanding of opera.