Bing Concert Hall
Bing Concert Hall is transforming the practice, study, and experience of the performing arts on the Stanford campus.
Bing Concert Hall’s 842 seats are arranged in a “vineyard” format, with seating sections ringing the stage. What’s more, the center-section seating begins on the same level as the stage. The result is a concert experience of unparalleled intimacy, offering exquisite sightlines from all angles and a rare conjoining of artists and audience.
Sign up for a tour!
Every first and third Saturday of the month during Stanford University's academic year, you can take a free tour of the hall led by one of our docents. Tours kick off on Saturday, November 7, 2015 and take place from 10:00am-11:00am.
Space is limited! We encourage you to sign up for a timeslot below.
2016 sign-ups will be available in January, 2016.
Bing Concert Hall Building Donors
Helen and Peter Bing ’55
The namesakes of Bing Concert Hall, the Bings have a long and distinguished history of supporting Stanford faculty, students, patients, and the campus environment. Through their wide-ranging philanthropy and service, they have encouraged superior teaching and vital research and touched the lives of countless undergraduates by enriching myriad education programs, athletics, and the libraries. Their commitment to the arts includes generous support for the Department of Music, Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford Chamber Chorale, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet’s residency, as well as for the Cantor Arts Center and art collections at the hospitals and Bing Nursery School.
Additionally, Stanford University gratefully acknowledges the following donors for their generous support of the construction of Bing Concert Hall:
Cynthia Fry Gunn and John A. Gunn (Gunn Atrium)
John Arrillaga Family
Anne T. and Robert M. Bass
Roberta and Steven Denning
Elizabeth and Bruce Dunlevie
Jill and John Freidenrich
Frances and Theodore Geballe
Andrea and John Hennessy
Leslie and George Hume
Susan and Craig McCaw
Deedee and Burt McMurtry
Linda and Tony Meier
Wendy Munger and Leonard Gumport
Jennifer Jong Sandling and M. James Sandling
Regina and John Scully
Madeline and Isaac Stein
Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang
Where to Park
Galvez LotParking for Bing Concert Hall can be found in the new Galvez Lot (enter at Campus Drive and Lasuen Street) and on Lasuen Street, Museum Way, Roth Way and The Oval.
Further AfieldIn high-demand situations, parking farther afield can be found in Parking Structure 1, located at Campus Drive West and Roth Way; or in Parking Structure 7, beneath the Knight Management Center on Campus Drive near Serra Street.