The St. Lawrence String Quartet, composed of violinist Geoff Nuttall, second violinist Owen Dalby, violist Lesley Robertson and cellist Christopher Costanza, is currently the ensemble-in-residence at Stanford.
This report covers a selection of incidents from May 7 to May 13 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Meredith Monk’s “Cellular Songs,” which the composer performed with members of her ensemble at Bing Concert Hall this Saturday, is an prolonged meditation on the way we live, from the level of our cells to the level of our social fabric. Monk, a fixture of American classical music for over half a century, has given…
Last Thursday, Stanford Live invited Jenny Zigrino, a risqué East Coast comedian, to perform at Bing Concert Hall along with two student openers from the student stand-up group, Stanford Stand Up, D. Stanford Live is a performing arts organization based out of Bing Concert Hall that hosts over 120 musical and comedy performances annually. Zigrino…
The Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) is investigating a swastika etched into the lid of a piano in Bing Concert Hall.
On Monday night, Stanford Live hosted an evening show at Bing Concert Hall exploring collaborations between the artists Andy Warhol and Merce Cunningham. The multimedia showcase featured a film recording of Cunningham’s dance performance “RainForest” (1968) and an exhibition of Warhol’s art installation “Silver Clouds” (1966), which appeared in the dance film.
On Friday, The St. Lawrence String Quartet launched its last of three “Midday Masters” concerts as part of the 2018 Chamber Music Seminar, a ten-day program designed to advance students in their careers as chamber musicians and to provide those from other careers with a deeper connection to the world of chamber music.
On Thursday, March 1, hundreds of people showed up at Bing Concert Hall to watch a performance by Emanuel Ax, Leonidas Kavakos and world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma.