Posts Tagged ‘Jenny Bilfield’

Visitations: Theotokia and The War Reporter, chamber operas by Jonathan Berger, and Landfall, a collaboration between Laurie Anderson and Kronos Quartet

Stanford Live's new home hosts two major commissions.

Only a few months after the official opening, Bing Concert Hall has revealed itself to be a masterpiece of organic design ideally suited to intimate, classical performance in a modern setting. At the same time, the space encourages creative exploration and is able to support cutting-edge technology in a way that refocuses the timeless dialogue between…

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Ge Wang to receive the Champion of the Arts Award

Cantabile's annual award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to the promotion of music in Silicon Valley.

Another member of the Stanford community is the recipient of Cantabile’s Champion of the Arts Award for the second consecutive year. Ge Wang of Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) and co-founder of Smule, will add this new title to the many awards and accolades he has already received for his…

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Stanford students’ variations on a theme by Kotche

Percussionist Glenn Kotche – solo performer, composer and drummer for the rock band Wilco – preceded his Saturday night concert with a creative workshop for Stanford performance artists.

A Glenn Kotche performance is a physically impressive feat. Kotche is a percussionist – best known as the drummer for the rock band Wilco – renowned for his solo percussion shows. Without melodies and harmonies to hide behind, these concerts leave him with the task of making a seamless, full composition out of what seems…

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