A Note from our Executive Director
[April 1, 2020 • 9:34 AM]
With the acceleration of domestic coronavirus developments, Stanford University has extended its previous restrictions on large-scale university gatherings to now include events of over 35 people through May 15. As a result, Stanford Live is canceling all performances within that timeframe. Due to recent shelter-in-place mandates from Santa Clara county, our team is working remotely through May 1 until further notice. Below is a list of all Stanford Live cancellations at this time:
- 3/13 & 3/14 Colin Quinn: The Wrong Side of History
- 3/13 Cécile McLorin Salvant's Ogresse
- 3/18 Film Screening: The Apollo
- 3/20 The John Santos Sextet: The Music of Cuba
- 3/21 Sounds of Cuba: Bobi Céspedes
- 3/22 Sounds of Cuba: Alfredo Rodríguez & Pedrito Martinez
- 3/25 Dance and Social Justice Teacher Workshop
- 3/28 Fly Higher
- 4/1 Film Screening: Birth of a Movement
- 4/1 & 4/2 Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge
- 4/3 Bang on a Can All-Stars
- 4/4 Gong Linna: Cloud River Mountain
- 4/5 Invoke Multi-String Quartet
- 4/8 Margaret Atwood in Conversation
- 4/10 St. Lawrence String Quartet: Good Friday Liturgical Performance
- 4/10 Songs of Protest: Bruce Cockburn
- 4/15 Rebirth of a Nation
- 4/16 Film Screening: Queen of Ireland
- 4/16 Daniel Caesar & Jessie Reyez at Frost Amphitheater, copresented with Goldenvoice
- 4/18 Maria Schneider Orchestra
- 4/18 Oysterhead at Frost Amphitheater, copresented with Goldenvoice
- 4/22–4/26 Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha
- 4/27 Sarah Chang with Telegraph String Quartet
- 5/1 & 5/2 Malpaso Dance Company
- 5/3 Lang Lang
- 5/6 Van Anh Vo & the V'AV Ensemble
- 5/6 Rob Kapilow's What Makes It Great? The Music of Cole Porter
- 5/7 Rob Kapilow's What Makes It Great? John Adams’ Shaker Loops
- 5/13 New Century Chamber Orchestra with Daniel Hope
- 5/31 Necati Çelik with Denise Gill
Updates on all remaining performances will be available in the coming weeks. For the latest on all performances, please visit our performance visit our calendar page.
As cancellations of performances and gatherings have rapidly become more widespread in the wake of COVID-19, the financial impact on artists and presenters around the world has become a harsh reality. If you would like to support our mission during this difficult time and are in a position to do so, please consider donating your ticket as a tax-deductible gift to Stanford Live.
For donations, visit live.stanford.edu/changes. For refunds, contact the Bing Box Office at 650.724.2464 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our box office hours are Tue–Fri, 12pm–5pm. We thank you in advance for your patience as our team manages the high volume of calls and inquiries during this time.
As this situation evolves, we will reach out to all ticket-buyers with additional information. Continuing updates will be available for the university community at healthalerts.stanford.edu.
We know that this news may be a great disappointment to many, and we sincerely thank you for your support during this difficult and unprecedented time in the performing arts world.