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  • Electronic Devices | Stanford Live
    Concert Hall especially in the auditorium Medical professionals and others who may need to be reached during a concert can either check their cell phone or pager device or direct outside callers to call the Patron Services desk and provide their seat location in order to be reached during a performance The desk is located across the lobby from Door F at the Coat Check Information area and can be reached by phone at 650 725 3095 A Friendly Reminder As a courtesy to the artists and your fellow audience members we ask that you turn off all cell phones and any other light illuminating or sound emitting devices before the performance Also please note the use of cameras including cell phone cameras and recording devices is strictly prohibited More in Plan Your Visit Venues Directions Parking Accessibility Dining Children Late Seating Electronic Devices Venues Bing Concert Hall Memorial Church Frost Amphitheater Memorial Auditorium Upcoming Events Jan 29 Jan 29 Gabriel Kahane and Brooklyn Rider Bing Concert Hall Feb 4 Feb 4 Kid Koala s Nufonia Must Fall Bing Concert Hall Feb 6 Feb 6 Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan Bing Concert Hall Season Calendar Tweet Email Stanford Live About

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  • Send page by email | Stanford Live
    email Your email Your name Send to Enter multiple addresses separated by commas and or different lines Subject Page to be sent Plan Your Visit Your message You have been sent a page from the Stanford Live website Send email Cancel Stanford Live About Contact Staff Press Jobs Internships Connect Campus Partners Stanford Arts Department of Music Theater Performance Studies enews Sign Up Sign up to get email updates on

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  • Exclusive Deals | Stanford Live
    BING 2464 In person at Bing Concert Hall Ticket Office at 327 Lasuen Street Things to keep in mind The Bing Concert Hall Ticket Office is open from 12 5pm Tues Fri A valid Stanford student ID is required Limited to two reduced price tickets per performance 15 tickets may not be combined with any other discount Student IDs will be checked at the door Continuing Studies students and post doctoral scholars are not eligible for Stanford student pricing However post doctoral scholars are eligible for a Stanford employee discount Student group sales If your class residence or club is organizing a group of Stanford students of 10 or more to attend a Stanford Live performance we ve got you covered For every 10 tickets purchased in one transaction you ll receive one additional complimentary ticket Tickets will be charged at the discounted student rate To organize your group sale give the Bing Concert Hall Ticket Office a call at 650 724 2464 BING from 12pm 5pm Tues Fri Study break tickets Stanford Live is now offering 10 rush tickets for select performances in the 2015 16 season To be eligible you must be a current Stanford student For all Bing Concert Hall shows tickets can be claimed in person only at the Bing Concert Hall Ticket Office the day of the performance For all Memorial Auditorium shows tickets can be claimed at Memorial Auditorium one hour prior to performance time at the ticket desk NEXT AVAILABLE STUDY BREAK Yamato Drummers of Japan Sat Jan 23 7 30pm Memorial Auditorium Purchase in person only beginning at 6 30 pm on Saturday January 23 at Memorial Auditorium Limit one ticket per person must show Stanford student ID To get an email about study break tickets be sure to subscribe to our

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  • Opportunities for You | Stanford Live
    Bing Concert Hall Want to be on stage Stanford Live is seeking 50 60 individuals to take part in New York dance ensemble Keigwin Company s presentation of Bolero Silicon Valley April 2 and 3 at Bing Concert Hall The participants will join a cast of other untrained local civilians in a performance that will be specially created to celebrate the Silicon Valley community All ages are welcome and no dance or performance experience is required Sign up for a reminder Kid Koala Scratch Demo Q A and Dance Party Wed Feb 3 at 6 30pm Enchanted Broccoli Forest Scratch DJ and Deltron 3030 member Kid Koala has collaborated with bands like the Gorillaz Radiohead the Beastie Boys Arcade Fire and A Tribe Called Quest Grab your friends and join him here at Stanford in an exclusive back and forth demo session Q A and dance party Join the event Stanford Live Ambassadors SLAm The Stanford Live Student Ambassadors SLAm is a group that meets regularly to consult with Stanford Live s artistic staff to plan and produce student events and to serve as Stanford Live s liaisons to other students and arts organizations on campus If you are interested in playing a part in Stanford Live s planning and programming by becoming an ambassador email stanfordlive stanford edu Learn a little more about the SLAm opportunities below Stanford Live internships bring together SLAm members interested in sharpening skills in arts presenting and administration to work in individual department areas of Stanford Live Stanford Live Opening Acts allows select student curators to program short performances by campus ensembles in the context of creative dialogue with performances by world class artists at Bing Concert Hall Bing Studio Sessions are quarterly cabaret showcases of student musicians and ensembles theater makers dance groups

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  • Student Voices | Stanford Live
    Ryan Chen PhD Candidate Management Science Engineering Blog Los Angeles cityscape inspires acclaimed album January 22 2016 Artists Stanford student Benina Stern shares what inspired upcoming artist Gabriel Kahane View more Setting the Stage for Pipeline November 11 2015 Student Voices Noemi Berkowitz 16 reflects on Anna Deavere Smith s latest project View more A Note on Place plus a limerick at Limerick November 4 2015 Student Voices What places inspired the composers represented in Irish Chamber Orchestra s performance on Wed Nov 4 View more A Los Angeles Kid s Rumination on Anna Deavere Smith s Twilight Los Angeles 1992 November 3 2015 Student Voices Benina Stern 16 American Studies reflects on her connection with Los Angeles View more Darcy James Argue Twelve Tone Serialism and Doodles September 23 2015 Artists Ryan Chen PhD MS E talks about a technique pioneered by Arnold Schoenberg in the 1920s View more 1 2 next Stanford Students Exclusive Deals Opportunities for You Student Voices Upcoming Events Jan 29 Jan 29 Gabriel Kahane and Brooklyn Rider Bing Concert Hall Feb 4 Feb 4 Kid Koala s Nufonia Must Fall Bing Concert Hall Feb 6 Feb 6 Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan Bing Concert

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  • Student Voices | Stanford Live
    Ryan Chen PhD Candidate Management Science Engineering Blog Los Angeles cityscape inspires acclaimed album January 22 2016 Artists Stanford student Benina Stern shares what inspired upcoming artist Gabriel Kahane View more Setting the Stage for Pipeline November 11 2015 Student Voices Noemi Berkowitz 16 reflects on Anna Deavere Smith s latest project View more A Note on Place plus a limerick at Limerick November 4 2015 Student Voices What places inspired the composers represented in Irish Chamber Orchestra s performance on Wed Nov 4 View more A Los Angeles Kid s Rumination on Anna Deavere Smith s Twilight Los Angeles 1992 November 3 2015 Student Voices Benina Stern 16 American Studies reflects on her connection with Los Angeles View more Darcy James Argue Twelve Tone Serialism and Doodles September 23 2015 Artists Ryan Chen PhD MS E talks about a technique pioneered by Arnold Schoenberg in the 1920s View more 1 2 next Stanford Students Exclusive Deals Opportunities for You Student Voices Upcoming Events Jan 29 Jan 29 Gabriel Kahane and Brooklyn Rider Bing Concert Hall Feb 4 Feb 4 Kid Koala s Nufonia Must Fall Bing Concert Hall Feb 6 Feb 6 Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan Bing Concert

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  • Live Context: Art + Ideas 2015-16 | Stanford Live
    intellectual artistic and inquisitive culture Live Context Art Ideas brings together artists and thinkers to engage in lively conversations with leading minds at Stanford about the impulses that stimulate creative thought and expression This season we examine two main ideas that play a large role in today s society arts and social change featuring performances by playwright Anna Deavere Smith and war return and recovery featuring performances by Kronos Quartet and AXIS Dance Company Live Context Art Ideas 15 16 Season What role can the arts play in promoting positive social change Inspired by the seminal artistry of Anna Deavere Smith Live Context explores the ways art fosters imagination empathy and creative expression to cultivate equality active citizenship and a more just society What can we learn from those who have fought on our behalf This season long series explores military experiences from the Vietnam War to contemporary conflicts in the Middle East looking at the personal realities and ethical complexity of service the return to civilian life and the responsibilities we share To view last season s Live Context Art Ideas series click here Live Context Art Ideas Arts and Social Change War Return and Recovery Live Context Art

    Original URL path: http://live.stanford.edu/content/live-context-art-ideas-2015-16 (2016-01-26)
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  • Community | Stanford Live
    12 11 00 am 12 00 pm Bing Concert Hall Montreal based scratch DJ and music producer Kid Koala presents a magical adaptation of his graphic novel The story centers around a headphones sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence who falls in love with a human Directed by Academy Award nominee K K Barrett production designer for Her this live adaptation unfolds via real time filming of more than a dozen miniature stages and a cast of puppets projected throughout Bing Concert Hall Koala and the dynamic Afiara Quartet provide live scoring on piano strings and turntables Silk Road Ensemble Thurs Feb 25 2016 Grades 6 12 11 00 am 12 00 pm Bing Concert Hall Since 2000 the Silk Road Ensemble has redefined classical music for 21st century audiences The group has been called vibrant and virtuosic by the Wall Street Journal 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 Their music illuminates the cultural mix of the historic Silk Road that connected East Asia to the Mediterranean 2015 16 Teacher Workshops Shadow Puppets with Kennedy Center teaching artist Daniel Barash Tues Nov 17 2015 4 00pm 7 00pm Bing Concert Hall Studio Comics with Matt Silady Associate Professor and Chair of the MFA program in comics California College of the Arts Wed Jan 13 2016 4 00pm 6 00pm Bing Concert Hall Studio A full day of teacher workshops on the music culture history and geography of the Silk Road Fri Feb 12 2016 8 00am 3 30pm Bing Concert Hall Studio 2015 16 Stanford Live Artist Spotlights All Artist Spotlights are held at the

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