The great majority of Stanford Live visiting artists engage directly with Stanford students during their stay on campus. Programs include residence hall performances and discussions, workshops and master classes in classroom and studio settings, and opportunities for students to join professional artists on stage (e.g., Chocolate Heads with William Parker). Through the Opening Acts program, a team of Stanford students works with Stanford Live staff to curate short performances by student ensembles that “open” select events at Bing Concert Hall (to be announced).
Opening Acts: You and your peers onstage at Bing Concert Hall—winter and spring quarters, 2013
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Hands-on Coaching by World-class Musicians: Stanford string players hone their skills with members of the San Francisco Symphony, Afiara and Cecilia String Quartets, Kronos Quartet—winter and spring quarters, 2013
Jazz Talks at the Cantor: rare recordings from the infamous Savory Collection, with Loren Schoenberg of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem—February and April 2013
Steelpan Workshop with Etienne Charles
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