Joshua Bell has been described as a “poet of violin,” a title he confirmed with gusto on Saturday night at Bing Concert Hall. Bringing life and drama to a program that featured musicians from disparate eras, from Giuseppe Tartini to Igor Stravinsky, Bell ravished the sold-out audience in a show that lasted almost two hours.
For most concert halls and art programs today, a sold-out venue and consistently high-demand performances would be a dream come true. For Stanford Live, however,… Continue Reading »
Jenny Bilfield, artistic director for Stanford Live, has announced that she will leave the program to become president and CEO of the Washington Performing Arts… Continue Reading »
Stanford hopes to use next year’s opening of the Bing Concert Hall as an opportunity to better integrate the arts into campus life and to engage with local communities, the University announced Monday at an event that also included the introduction of Stanford’s rebranding of its four-decade-old performing arts program.