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The Live Context of War

Imagine a world in which the barriers between art and society, university and community, and mind and heart are erased, and creative synthesis becomes the norm. Such is the vision from which Stanford Live’s Live Context: Art + Ideas was born. This season’s two extraordinary Live Context: Art + Ideas series, War: Return & Recovery and Arts & Social Change,…

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Bing Concert Hall lineup to include special event with Grammy winner Sheryl Crow, indie-pop-rock-duo Pomplamoose, third annual Sing and Play the Bing community concert and an Arts Open House to celebrate Anderson Collection; single tickets go on sale Sunday, September 7

Stanford Live’s expanded 2014-15 season is becoming even more expanded. In addition to the nearly 60 performances already scheduled, Executive Director Wiley Hausam has announced four more added events to the 2014-15 lineup, the organization’s third season at Bing Concert Hall. Among the updates is Sound + Vision, a free arts open house on September…

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Stanford Live Announces 2013-14 Season

Subscriptions are on sale now and single tickets will go on sale September 7.

Highlights include Season-Opening concert with Itzhak Perlman and the Perlman Music Program, evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin and recitals by violinist Joshua Bell, sopranos Deborah Voigt and Angela Brown, and pianist Richard Goode World premiere of Linked Verse, a collaboration between Stanford assistant professor of music Jaroslaw Kapuscinski and artistic collective OpenEndedGroup, features…

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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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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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Stanford Live Single Tickets for the 2013 Inaugural Season at Bing Concert Hall Now On Sale

Bing Concert Hall and the Stanford Live inaugural season debut in grand and festive style, beginning with a historic “Opening Night” concert on January 11 and continuing with a full weekend of tickets and free event. Single tickets for Stanford Live’s inaugural season go on sale Friday, Nov. 16 at 12 pm. You can order…

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