Stanford Live loves students!
From discounted tickets to exclusive access to artists to a chance to run a Stanford Live show, there are lots of ways Stanford students can take advantage of the Stanford Live season.
Student-only seats and prices
Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students can purchase 2 discounted tickets per SUID. Be sure to bring your ID card when you buy tickets in person and when you use your tickets to enter the hall. Tickets are available through the Bing Concert Hall Ticket Office and online.
Meet the Artists
Want to get closer to Stanford Live's artists? Here are the upcoming campus events that bring together the students and the stars. We're constantly adding programs, so be sure to check this page often for new events and information!
A Conversation with Sheryl Crow
Friday, October 17, 5:30 PM | Bing Concert Hall
Pre-conversation reception, 5:00 PM
Pop singer-songwriter and guitarist Sheryl Crow sits down with Stanford students to talk about the music industry, her songs, and her causes, and to take questions. Free with Stanford student ID. Reservations strongly encouraged.
Puppetry Workshop with Blind Summit Theatre
Wednesday, Oct 29, 5:00 -7:00 PM | Bing Concert Hall Studio
The workshop will be an introductory demonstration of some basic principles of puppet design, construction, and manipulation. RSVP to participate by emailing email@example.com.
Open Rehearsal with the Stanford Symphony Orchestra
Monday, Nov 3, 7:00 -9:20 PM | Bing Concert Hall
Students are invited to an open rehearsal of Mahler's Symphony No. 7 with Jindong Cai conducting the Stanford Symphony Orchestra. Five coaches from the San Francisco Symphony will also work with the student musicians.
Learn the Ropes
Stanford Live Ambassadors
Looking to learning about a career in the performing arts? Hope to cultivate a vibrant culture of arts and ideas at Stanford? Want insider access to student-only events, free tickets to performances, or a chance to produce shows at Bing Concert Hall?
Become a student ambassador! The Stanford Live Student Ambassadors (SLAm) is a group that meets regularly to consult with Stanford Live's artistic staff, to plan and produce student events, and to serve as Stanford Live's liaisons to other students and arts organizations on campus. They meet once per month to share thoughts on programming concerts and student incentives, plan and produce special events such as Bing Studio Sessions student cabarets (see below), and curate unique opportunities for students to interact with the artists and art. If you are interested in playing a part in Stanford Live’s planning and programming by becoming an ambassador, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stanford Live Interns
If you have career ambitions in the performing arts, beef up your résumé and gain real-world experience by becoming a (paid!) student intern. The Stanford Live internship program brings together students interested in sharpening skills in arts presenting and administration to work in individual department areas of Stanford Live (Artistic Programming and Engagement, Development, Marketing and Communications, Community Engagement, Production, and Operations) under the supervision of professional staff. Interns form the core cohort of SLAm, providing administrative leadership and collaborating on SLAm's student-led projects! Visit the Jobs & Internships page for more information.
Run the show
Besides serving as a platform for student advocacy and perspectives on performing arts in campus life and for behind-the-scenes action at a major performing arts center, SLAm offers Stanford students opportunities to try a hand at programming and producing live performance.
Bing Studio Sessions are quarterly cabaret showcases of student musicians and ensembles, theater makers, dance groups, and more, presented by SLAm in the Bing Studio.
Stanford Live Opening Acts allows select student curators to program short performances by campus ensembles in the context of creative dialogue with performances by world-class artists at Bing Concert Hall. For more information about curating an opening act, email Ryan Davis at email@example.com.