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Reconciliation and Remembrance 

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Featuring a soprano solo, string quartet, and texts read by Stanford students, this performance is a reflection on the story of Amy Biehl (1967–93), a Stanford undergraduate alumna and Fulbright Scholar who died in the lead-up to South Africa’s first democratic election. A newly commissioned piece by distinguished South African composer Bongani Ndodana-Breen anchors a program that explores heartfelt responses to tragedy and urgently seeks ways forward.

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Supported by the Office of the Vice President for the Arts.

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By reflecting on Amy Biehl’s story and her parents' circuitous journey toward understanding, we start to see reconciliation as a process that evolves and shifts, and doesn’t necessarily arrive. Biehl’s life touched so manyatStanford.Welookforwardto bringing those voices together for a deeper discussion of her life and the forces of historical and personal reconciliation.

 

—Laura Evans, Associate Director of Campus Engagement

 

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