Stanford students enjoy many opportunities to deepen their experiences of the performing arts.
In addition to providing reserved, subsidized tickets exclusively for Stanford students, Stanford Live offers workshops and master classes, residence-hall performances and discussions, open rehearsals, and programs that put students onstage with professional artists.
Stanford Live’s commitment to the campus community includes reserving a limited number of $10 student seats for all performances, even those that no longer have tickets available to the general public. To purchase these subsidized student tickets, call 650.724.BING (2464) or visit the Bing Concert Hall Box Office at 327 Lasuen Street from 12-5 PM Tuesday - Friday. Student tickets can also be purchased online.
Stanford Live Opening Acts allows Student Curators to program short performances by student ensembles that “open the show” for select events at Bing Concert Hall (to be announced). Students will also take the stage in Bing Studio Sessions: A Student Cabaret and The Next Bing Thing on our main stage in spring 2014.
Stanford Live welcomes the 2013–14 student curators, who will be programming opening acts for select performances in the coming season, and our performance intern, who is programming our new Bing Studio Cabaret series. Stay tuned for more details.
Kai Kane Aoki Izu is a sophomore majoring in human biology. A trained dancer, he is a member of Urban Styles, Stanford’s contemporary dance troupe.
Sarah Jiang, class of 2016, is a history major with a minor in human biology. Also a singer and visual artist, she currently helps direct the Stanford Talisman a cappella ensemble.
Noemi Berkowitz is a sophomore double majoring in Drama and Psychology. At Stanford, she has acted in The Crucible and Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and is a member of Stanford Theater Lab.
Safiya Nygaard is a current senior and theater and performance studies (TAPS) major. At Stanford, she has been involved with the TAPS department, Stanford Theater Lab, Ram’s Head Theatrical Society, Arabesque Middle Eastern Dance, and Stanford Theater Activist Mobilization Project.
Stanford Live Ambassadors
Do you want to influence the main stage programming at Stanford Live? Become a student ambassador! Each year, Stanford Live Ambassadors (SLAms) represent the campus voice at Stanford Live and Bing Concert Hall. They meet once per month and communicate by email to share thoughts on programming concerts and student incentives. Subcommittees plan and produce special events such as The Next Bing Thing (an annual student showcase) and periodic post-concert parties specifically for students at the Bing. If you are interested in playing a part in Stanford Live’s planning and programming by becoming an ambassador, email email@example.com.