Stanford Symphonic Chorus

Events

Memorial Church evening. Photo by R. A. Wilson.

21Sep
2015

First Rehearsal: Bruckner's Psalm 150 and Vaughn Williams' Dona nobis pacem

7:30 p.m. Campbell Recital Hall; registration starts at 6:30

20Nov
2015

Performance: Bruckner's Psalm 150 and Vaughn Williams' Dona nobis pacem with the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra

7:30 p.m. Bing Concert Hall

22Nov
2015

Performance: Bruckner's Psalm 150 and Vaughn Williams' Dona nobis pacem with the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra

2:30 p.m. Bing Concert Hall

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Welcome

The Chorus

Performance of Beethoven's Mass in C, 27 February 2010. Photo by R. A. Wilson.

The Stanford Symphonic Chorus is a group of approximately 180 students, faculty, staff, and members of the community led by Director of Music and Conductor Stephen Sano. The Chorus generally performs three works a year, one each academic quarter. Each performance typically features a large choral work, and includes other choral or instrumental pieces. See our Performances page for information about past performances.


Fall 2015 Concert

The Stanford Symphonic Chorus and the Peninsula Symphony Orchestra ​directed by Mitchell Sardou Klein and Stephen M. Sano ​present Anton Bruckner's Psalm 150, and Ralph Vaughan Williams' Dona nobis pacem. Also on the program are John Corigliano's Elegy, and Gabriel Fauré's Elegy for Cello and Orchestra, feature cellist Stephen Harrison.


Performances at ​Stanford University's Bing Concert Hall on Friday, 20 November at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, 22 November at 2:30 p.m.