Frost Amphitheater

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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Call Box Office: 650.724.2464
WHEN:
VENUE:
Bing Studio
Configuration:
Cabaret (seated)

COST:
$25

This show is general admission seating.



All prices and programs subject to change.

Mask and Vaccine Policy

The safety of our patrons, staff, and artists is of utmost importance. All visitors (adults and children) coming to Stanford Live must meet at least one of two criteria. 1) be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Fully vaccinated means it has been at least two weeks after your final dose of a vaccine. OR 2) receive a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to arrival onsite. All patrons are required to wear a mask at this performance.

 

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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