Reimagining Our Fall Season
As many of you may know, fall 2020 at Stanford University will be unlike anything we could have imagined several months ago. We'll be missing over 7,000 undergraduate students while in-person classes, live events, and PAC-12 sports will all be on pause. We stand with our colleagues across the University during this tough time, and hope that you and your loved ones are able to stay safe and well during this pandemic. Despite the ongoing restrictions on in-person performances, it remains our core mission to highlight the work of critical and talented artists from across all genres—and to provide you with the performance experiences you know and love. We write today to share details of an exciting new approach to our programming for the next several months.
Learn More: Sep 3 Webinar Recording
featuring Executive Director Chris Lorway
Stanford Live series of short films, special events, digital access, and more
On September 27, we will begin rolling out our digital fall season that includes short films shot at Bing Concert Hall, featuring the St. Lawrence String Quartet, pianist Garrick Ohlsson, musician Vân Ánh (Vanessa) Võ, the Kronos Quartet, and more. In addition, we will screen new performances by many of our favorite artists including the Takács Quartet, Manual Cinema, Taylor Mac, and others. Visit the Films & Screenings page for more info.
Access for Stanford students and Stanford Live Members
Access to this content will be free for all currently enrolled Stanford students and Stanford Live members at the $100 Patron level or above. Join as a member today to receive 12 months of exciting member benefits such as free access to exclusive digital content, preferred presale opportunities, and invitations to special events. Visit our support page to learn more about member levels and benefits.
And more to be announced...
Also in the works: special ticketed events with comedian Colin Quinn and innovative theater makers 600 Highwaymen, free Stanford Live podcasts and lectures, and more.