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October 2018

Voice Masterclass with John Brancy, baritone

October 15 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

This masterclass for Stanford voice students is free and open to the public. John Brancy, baritone, performs an eclectic season of new music for his 2018-19 season. Brancy is on a national tour of his critically acclaimed programs A Silent Night: A WWI Memorial in Song and Armistice: The Journey Home with internationally renowned pianist and collaborator Peter Dugan. This tour takes Brancy to locations such as Stanford University, West Point Academy, the Smithsonian Institute, the US Naval Academy, and the Kennedy Center to name a…

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Kiyan Williams: Grounding

October 19 10:30 am - 1:20 pm

Kiyan Williams is a multidisciplinary artist who unearths counterhegemonic notions of identity, history, and sociality. They often work with dirt and earth as material and metaphor to explore Black queer subjectivity, abjection, diaspora, and earth-based healing practices. Together we will explore live performance sculpture.

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CBD 2018: Using Fiction and Poetry to Deepen Your Presence to Life

October 30 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm

Like meditation, fiction and poetry have long been a vehicle for creating greater presence to ourselves, others, and our world. In this workshop, you will explore how to turn your encounters with stories into contemplative practices, with many of the same benefits of mindfulness and compassion practices. Join us to experience how to use fiction and poetry to reflect deeply and create more intimacy in all of your relationships. Instructor: Jonah Willihnganz, M.F.A., Ph.D., has taught literature and writing at…

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March 2019

Voice Masterclass with Brian Thorsett, tenor

March 11, 2019 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

This masterclass for Stanford voice students is free and open to the public. Brian Thorsett has been hailed as “a strikingly gifted tenor, with a deeply moving, unblemished voice” (sfmusicjournal.com), excelling in opera, oratorio, and recital across the world. Since taking to the operatic stage, he has been seen and heard in over 100 diverse operatic roles, ranging from Monteverdi to Britten, back to Rameau and ahead again to works composed specifically for his talents. Closely associated with expanding the vocal-chamber…

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