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AUDITIONS: Evita, the Musical

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An Evening with Douglas and Mark Kirkland

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Mind, Body, and Culture Workshop with Dr. Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu, “This Story is Not Meant for You”: The Ethics of Storytelling

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Hi5: First-Year MFA Exhibition

Cheryl Strayed, Author of Wild

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Joe Gilman with the Brubeck Institute Fellows

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RICSRE Seminar Series, Paula Moya

Tincture of Humor: The Lighter Side of Medicine

A Reading & Signing with Patrick Hunt

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Richard Martin

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Music <541> Presents: Séverine Ballon, cello

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St. Lawrence String Quartet

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Cantor is open Monday, January 19, Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Thomas Ankersmit: Live Electronics

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The Political Authorship and Religion: Postwar German Literature Reconsidered

San Francisco Stories: An Evening with David Talbot

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NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Melody Holmes-Vedder

Art is My Occupation: Speed-Networking for Creatives

A Reading by Louise Glück, the Mohr Visiting Poet

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“Reflections of an Attendant to Chan Master Sheng Yen”

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“Venerable Sheng Yen and the Construction of a New Chan School in Taiwan”

Words to End All Wars: A Performance of World War I Writing

Words to End All Wars: Commemorating the Centennial of World War I

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Bing Nursery School Performance Series: Ballet San Jose – SOLD OUT!

Ardaviraf’s Report: A Play Reading by Bahram Beyzaie

Stanford Lohri 2015

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Compline: An Evening Service of Song

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The Mitzvah Project with Roger Grunwald

Maria Bamford, Comedian

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Emperor Maximilian I: Music for Politics – Music for Pleasure

Emperor Maximilian I: Music for Politics – Music for Pleasure

The Worlds of Bernice Bing, film screening and Q&A with filmmaker

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She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World

CANCELLED-Falu Bakrania: “Bhangra and Asian Underground: South Asian Music and the Politics of Belonging in Britain”

Michael Friedman: A Journey through American Pop Music

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Conversation with Choreographer Bill T. Jones

From Dunhuang, China, to the Getty Center, Los Angeles: Opportunities and Challenges of Exhibiting Buddhist Cave Temples and Their Art

Thursday Nights at the Anderson

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Dangerous Dances: Leonid Yakobson and Jewish Identity in Soviet Ballet

DANCE STUDIES LECTURE: Janice Ross on “Dangerous Dances: Leonid Jakobson and Jewish Identity in Soviet Ballet”

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company

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Stanford Symphony Orchestra

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