Frost Amphitheater

WHEN:

COST:
General $23
Senior (65+) $18
Non-Stanford Student (present valid student ID card/s) $13
Tickets purchased at the door: $18 - $28
Stanford students free with SUID at the door

Please pick up your free non-transferrable, not-for-sale Stanford student ticket beginning one hour prior to curtain at the venue, subject to availability. One ticket per Stanford student SU photo ID card.



All prices and programs subject to change.

Paul Phillips conducts the SSO's California premiere of Transcend, a new work by Zhou Tian, co-commissioned by the SSO as part of a consortium of 13 orchestras throughout the U.S. It celebrates the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, which occurred on 10 May 1869 when Leland Stanford drove in the Golden Spike that completed the track. Also on this all-American, transportation-themed program are works by John Adams, George Gershwin, and Samuel Barber.

A preconcert talk with Zhou Tian, Gordon Chang, and Paul Phillips will take place on the main stage at 6:30 PM.

 

Stanford students may choose to purchase a ticket in advance by selecting the “Non-Stanford Student" price.

All persons regardless of age must have a ticket. All students are also required to present their valid student photo ID card to ushers.

All sales are final. No refunds. No exceptions. Tickets may be exchanged up to 1 business day prior. Restrictions/fees apply.

Program

  • Paul Phillips, conductor
    Zhou Tian, guest composer

  • John Adams, Short Ride in a Fast Machine

  • Samuel Barber, Symphony No. 2, Op. 19

  • Zhou Tian, Transcend (California premiere)

  • George Gershwin, An American in Paris

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WHEN:

COST:
General $23
Senior (65+) $18
Non-Stanford Student (present valid student ID card/s) $13
Tickets purchased at the door: $18 - $28
Stanford students free with SUID at the door

Please pick up your free non-transferrable, not-for-sale Stanford student ticket beginning one hour prior to curtain at the venue, subject to availability. One ticket per Stanford student SU photo ID card.



All prices and programs subject to change.