The rising Bing Concert Hall, a project seeking to build a “world class performing arts center” according to signage near the site, has made significant progress this spring and is beginning to resemble its finished form. Located across Palm Drive from Cantor Arts Center, the concert hall is set to open in Fall 2012 with its first performances scheduled for January 2013.
Intermission spoke with Lang, who is returning to campus tonight for the first time since 1987, on his student life and following career.
On Nov. 9, Stanford Lively Arts will welcome Sankai Juku, a Butoh-inspired troupe based in Paris.
Are you looking for a way to get a taste of South Asia, but can’t wait for the Sunday night Indian food at FloMo? Well, while it may not satisfy that food craving, this week’s premiere of the “Opening Acts” program will certainly give you a sampling of the amazing musical culture of the region.
I went to the Punch Brothers concert in Dinkelspiel, as hosted by Lively Arts. It was a spectacular performance by five masterful bluegrass musicians. At the end of the show, I gladly and enthusiastically gave them a standing ovation, applauding in hopes of another song or two. They kindly obliged. At other performances, I have…
Zodda and McDevitt will have the complicated task of singing the soprano and alto parts while simultaneously “playing” the iPhones that take up the customary organ and bass parts.
University trustees last week announced that construction plans have been approved for the new $110 million Bing Concert Hall, scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2012, with its first performances expected to occur in winter of 2013.