2018-19 Season In Review DanceNorth's Attractor pulled the audience into the performance to showcase the power of music and dance. Photo: Harrison Truong Scott Silven's sold-out "At The Illusionist's Table" was presented for 16 performances in Frost's Green Room. Photo: Harrison Truong Young students rocked out at a K-12 matinee performance with the Alphabet Rockers. Photo: Harrison Truong A theatrical pop song performance by Half Straddle. Photo: Harrison Truong Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis performed to a sold out house with dancers Lil Buck and Jared Grimes. Photo by Azar Kafaei. Songs of Love by Cut Circle, photo by Harrison Truong. Cha Wa in full Mardi Gras outfit for a night of New Orleans funk music. Photo by Harrison Truong. Bobby McFerrin took our Bing Concert Hall audiences on a life-changing musical adventure. Photo by Joel Simon. Bing Fling honored the History of Frost right before Frost opened in May 2019. Photo by Harrison Truong. Inua Ellam's Barber Shop Chronicles in the Roble Studio Theater. Photo by Harrison Truong Jon Santos and his special guests had their dancing shoes on. Photo by Harrison Truong. Gavin Turek lights up the stage in our first Stanford Concert Network collaboration of the season. Photo by Harrison Truong. Kali Uchis and Jorja Smith headlined this year's Frost Fest. Photo by Phil Halperin. Eric Owen and Lawrence Brownlee filled Bing Concert Hall with beautiful opera music. Photo by Azar Kafaei. Emmet Cohen and jazz legend Tootie Heath in the Bing Studio. Photo by Azar Kafaei. Dancers at Party on the Edge 2018 at Cantor Arts Center. Photo by Jess Yeung. Nitin Sawhney performs with singer Eva Stone. Photo by Azar Kafaei. Comedian Nick Thune on the cabaret stage for a sold out comedy night. Photo by Harrison Truong. A new breed of New Orleans Brass. Photo by Harrison Truong. Grammy and Latin Grammy Award winner Lila Downs at her sold out performance. Photo by Azar Kafaei. Playwright Inua Ellams meets students at Ujamaa House. Photo by Cathy Wang. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra performing a stunning cross-cultural caffeination of music, images, and words. Photo by Joel Simon. A sold out house for pianist Seong-Jin Cho. Photo by Harrison Truong. The Routes of Slavery, a program lead by musician Jordi Savall, brought musicians from all over the world to perform at Bing Concert Hall. Photo by Harrison Truong. Philharmonia Orchestra of London at Bing Concert Hall. Our 2018-19 season has been a remarkable year full of wonderful performances that celebrated life, love and loss. Enjoy these photos recapping our past season.