Alumni Performance Calendar

Welcome to the Alumni Performance Calendar. Here you can find out what your fellow Alumni are up to and plan to see them in action!  Listings in Red are those outside of the United States.

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STANFORD: The No One's Rose

Sunday, August 29, 2021 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Time Zone: America/Los_Angeles
Local Time: Sunday, August 29, 2021 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Featured alumni: Matthew Aucoin (Graduate Diploma '14, composition), Zack Winokur (BFA '12, dance), Bobbi Jene Smith (BFA '06, dance), Julia Bullock (Artist Diploma '15, opera studies), Paul Appleby (MM '08, voice; Artist Diploma '10, opera studies), Davone Tines (MM '13, voice), Julia Eicthen (BFA '11, dance), Keir GoGwilt (Pre-College '08, violin)

In partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, PBO brings the world premiere of a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece after more than six years in the making and a reschedule from its original premiere in October 2020. The core of The No One's Rose is the poetry of Paul Celan, who wrote some of the most arresting accounts of the Holocaust, set to a new score for period instruments by the award-winning Matthew Aucoin.

Location: Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University
Fees: $15-225
Calendar: Domestic (US events only)
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Check out our Alumni Video of the Month:


November 2019

Emi Ferguson (BM ’09, MM ’12, flute; MM ’11, historical performance) and continuo band Ruckus perform J.S. Bach’s Sonata for Flute and Continuo in E Minor, BWV 1034: III. Andante at Harvard University’s Horner Room. The group also recorded this work in their recently released album, Fly the Coop, hailed as “blindingly impressive” by the New York Times, which features new arrangements of Bach’s Flute Sonatas and Keyboard Preludes. You can see them perform the album live on Sunday, November 17 in Upper Manhattan’s Corpus Christi Church.
This video features Juilliard Historical Performance alums Clay Zeller-Townson (MM ’13) on baroque bassoon, Paul Holmes Morton (MM ’16) on theorbo, baroque bassist Doug Balliett (MM ’12), harpist/harpsichordist/organist Parker Ramsay (MM ’17, harp), and Shirley Hunt and Stephen Stubbs on baroque cello and guitar, respectively. Ferguson and Balliett also serve on Juilliard’s Evening Division faculty.

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