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  • Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival | Stanford Live
    s ticket purchase exchange and donation policies will not apply Any ticketing questions should be directed to the contact information on the following external website For Department of Music ticketing policies click here Cancel Confirm Tweet Email Please join us for a Celebration of Asia at the 2016 Pan Asian Music Festival Now in its 12th year PAMF brings the unique sounds of Asia to Stanford for a two day music extravaganza Friday s concert features a tour across the continent with local masters of music from Iran Azerbaijan Uzbekistan Vietnam and Japan They are joined by the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra from China for an incredible collaborative finale Saturday s 2 30pm performance features an interactive family concert in the afternoon followed by an evening show stopping Chinese New Year concert with the impressive Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra from China Acknowledgements The 2016 Stanford Pan Asian Music Festival is supported by Center for East Asian Studies Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures The Confucius Institute at Stanford The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies The Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies Tags Genres Symphonic Music World Presenters Other Presenters University Event Series Family friendly Plan Your Visit

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-pan-asian-music-festival (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival | Stanford Live
    purchase exchange and donation policies will not apply Any ticketing questions should be directed to the contact information on the following external website For Department of Music ticketing policies click here Cancel Confirm Tweet Email Please join us for a Celebration of Asia at the 2016 Pan Asian Music Festival Now in its 12th year PAMF brings the unique sounds of Asia to Stanford for a two day music extravaganza This special Saturday afternoon family concert features musical masters from across Asia This is a more interactive concert that will allow kids to learn more about unique Asian music and instruments Friday evening s concert showcases local performers of music ranging from Japan to Azerbaijan Saturday evening s concert features the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra from China the Stanford Chinese Music Ensemble and the California Youth Chinese Symphony Acknowledgements Presented in collaboration with Bing Nursery School The 2016 Stanford Pan Asian Music Festival is supported by Center for East Asian Studies Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures The Confucius Institute at Stanford The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies The Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies Tags Genres Chamber Music Symphonic Music World Presenters Other Presenters University Event

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-pan-asian-music-festival-0 (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival | Stanford Live
    ticketing questions should be directed to the contact information on the following external website For Department of Music ticketing policies click here Cancel Confirm Tweet Email Please join us for a Celebration of Asia at the 2016 Pan Asian Music Festival Now in its 12th year PAMF brings the unique sounds of Asia to Stanford for a two day music extravaganza The final performance of the 2016 PAMF features the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra from China the Stanford Chinese Music Ensemble and the California Youth Chinese Symphony join together in a joyful celebration of the Chinese New Year You won t want to miss the beautiful decorations and gorgeous music Friday s evening concert showcases local performers of music ranging from Japan to Azerbaijan Saturday s afternoon concert for families features musical masters from across Asia and a more interactive concert that will allow kids to learn more about unique Asian music and instruments Acknowledgements The 2016 Stanford Pan Asian Music Festival is supported by Center for East Asian Studies Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures The Confucius Institute at Stanford The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies The Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies Tags Genres Chamber

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-pan-asian-music-festival-1 (2016-01-26)
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  • Silk Road Ensemble | Stanford Live
    one of the 21st century s great ensembles by the Vancouver Sun and a roving musical laboratory without walls by the Boston Globe Founded by cellist Yo Yo Ma the ensemble s members hail from more than 20 countries and perform on instruments ranging from world percussion to Western strings among others Join us in celebrating their 15th anniversary Video Tags Genres World Presenters Stanford Live Series Stanford Live 15

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/silk-road-ensemble (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Symphony Orchestra & Stanford Symphonic Chorus | Stanford Live
    Tweet Email Under the baton of the conductor Anna Wittstruck the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and Stanford Chamber Chorale perform an exciting program of John Adams Samuel Barber and Francis Poulenc Featured soloists include Livia Sohn violin and YoonGeong Lee soprano In addition to ticketed events the Department of Music presents many free concerts during the year Find out about upcoming Music events here Program John Adams The Chairman Dances Samuel

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-symphony-orchestra-stanford-symphonic-chorus (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Symphony Orchestra & Stanford Symphonic Chorus | Stanford Live
    Tweet Email Under the baton of the conductor Anna Wittstruck the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and Stanford Chamber Chorale perform an exciting program of John Adams Samuel Barber and Francis Poulenc Featured soloists include Livia Sohn violin and YoonGeong Lee soprano In addition to ticketed events the Department of Music presents many free concerts during the year Find out about upcoming Music events here Program John Adams The Chairman Dances Samuel

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-symphony-orchestra-stanford-symphonic-chorus-0 (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Wind Ensemble | Stanford Live
    the Stanford Wind Ensemble performs works by guest composer Marco Somadossi and guest trombonist Samuel Schlosser First Chair of the San Francisco Opera House Also featured will be Stanford student Caley Petrucci bassoon In addition to ticketed events the Department of Music presents many free concerts during the year Find out about upcoming Music events here Program Via della terra by Marco Somadossi Concerto for Trombone by Nino Rota Revision

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/february-2016/stanford-wind-ensemble (2016-01-26)
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  • Stanford Chamber Chorale | Stanford Live
    Confirm Tweet Email Bright is the Ring of Words The Chamber Chorale directed by Stephen M Sano presents an evening of choral reflections on life and love in Bing Concert Hall The program features Brahms beloved Neue Liebeslieder Walzer Op 65 in collaboration with faculty pianists Laura Dahl and Frederick Weldy three contemporary settings of the poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson and Ola Gjeilo s cinematic Evening Prayer In addition

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/calendar/march-2016/stanford-chamber-chorale (2016-01-26)
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