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.
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.
This past Sunday at Bing, the St. Lawrence String Quartet (SLSQ) filled a sunny afternoon with dualities of style and celebration, mixing both classical and contemporary into a joyous affair.
From Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young” to the Ram’s Head Theatrical Society’s production of the hit musical “Hairspray,” the coming week is chock full of can’t-miss art. Here are our carefully curated selections for what to listen to/view/watch this week in arts and life. Film With the Aquarius closing up shop for the summer —…
Each week, there are a barrage of films, theatrical productions, art exhibits, and musical performances open to the public both on and off Stanford’s campus and The Arts & Life Editorial Staff is here to help you wade through the muck. The following is a compilation of our suggestions for what to catch –– and what to skip –– this week in Arts & Life.
Whether you want to audition for a play, see a play, head to an art gallery, catch a new film or a classic, hear a concert or learn about screenwriting, there’s plenty to see and do on and off campus this week. Here’s our curated list of the best things to do this week in…
Arts & Life takes a look at the best arts events happening on- and off-campus this week, from film screenings to concerts to book readings.
I could not believe my friend had donned a bro-tank for the Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert, an annual performance held in honor of the Stanford-graduate-turned-journalist slain in Pakistan while investigating the supposed connection between Al-Qaeda and “shoe bomber” Richard Reid.