On May 19, 2021, the Stanford Philharmonia performed its first in-person concert in 14 months, drawing hundreds of students and faculty to Meyer Green.
“Build a Problem” defines obscure sorrows with a quiet but powerful voice, speaking deeply to Dodie’s personal experience and her profound musical talent.
World-renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman spoke to the students of Stanford Symphony Orchestra Online (MUSIC 151D) on Nov. 17.
Collier, often described as a modern Mozart, has given an early Christmas present to harmony fanatics and seasonal music lovers alike.
This is the movie that cemented rage zombies into our cultural lexicon, pivoting away from slow-shambling creeps and instead leaning into a fast-paced terror the whole way through. It’s a master of the spook that you can see a long time coming — and yet are still shocked by. “28 Days” merely uses the creepiness of its zombies as a backdrop as it delves into the horrors of our own humanity, lending us a long-lasting feeling of deep uneasiness.
Like many others, Reid Devereaux ’25 deferred his enrollment at Stanford for the 2020-21 academic year. But Devereaux is staying busy with what he loves: recording and producing music.
“Return to Haydn” is more than just a performance. The documentary, directed and produced by Jamie Meltzer, is as much cinema as it is music.