COVID-19 Impacts • Frequently Asked Questions
Starting September 1: Box office phone lines will be open with limited hours on Tuesdays and Fridays
   COVID-19 Impacts • Frequently Asked Questions

Frost Amphitheater

“Bird Lives” painting by Vel Verrept based on a photograph by Herman Leonard, © Herman Leonard Photography, LLC

Charlie Parker @ 100 

Call Box Office: 650.724.2464
WHEN:
VENUE:
Bing Concert Hall
Configuration:
End Stage

COST:
$32-$73


All prices and programs subject to change.

In response to domestic coronavirus developments, Stanford University is strongly discouraging all large-scale university gatherings, effective March 4 through May 15. Stanford Live, in compliance with the university’s decision, is moving to cancel large-scale performances within this time frame. This performance has been canceled—read more.

Acclaimed co-musical directors Rudresh Mahanthappa (alto saxophone) and Terri Lyne Carrington (drums) celebrate one of the most innovative and influential artists in modern musical history and examine his impact in pop, hip-hop, rap, rock, and jazz. Joined by a superb lineup including Charenée Wade (vocals), Adam O’Farrill (trumpet), Kris Davis (piano), Larry Grenadier (bass), and Kassa Overall (dj), Mahanthappa and Carrington will honor Charlie Parker’s centennial year by showcasing “Bird’s” uncompromising musical joy, humor, and beauty by mining his deep repertoire and showcasing new, modern compositions.

Acknowledgements

Generously supported by Stephanie and Fred Harman and the Koret Jazz Project.

Video

Tags

Genres

Jazz

Presenters

Stanford Live

Related Events

Call Box Office: 650.724.2464
WHEN:
VENUE:
Bing Concert Hall
Configuration:
End Stage

COST:
$32-$73


All prices and programs subject to change.