Posts Tagged ‘Stephen Sano’
Recording produced at Bing Concert Hall makes first step toward Grammy nominationBest Choral Performance, Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance, Best Program Notes (by ERIC TUAN, ’12, choral studies program administrator) and Best Engineered, Classical.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences announced that the recording of Joseph Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass (Nelsonmesse) and Symphony No. 102 performed by the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Stanford Chamber Strings and Stanford Chamber Chorale in Bing Concert Hall has qualified for the first-round ballot in four Grammy categories: Best Choral Performance, Best Chamber Music/Small…Read More
A weekend of sold-out performances at Stanford’s Pan-Asian Music FestivalBing Concert Hall hosts the China National Orchestra.
Ninety musicians filed onstage Saturday night with their erhus, konghous, pipas and zhongruans. At the end of a two-hour orchestral performance, the audience wouldn’t let them leave the stage. Finally, after several standing ovations and four encores, the appreciative musicians headed backstage. It was an auspicious performance and the first Chinese New Year’s Eve concert to be held in Stanford’s…Read More