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Decoda at Bing Studio

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CODA CRACKED: Combining music with community activism, Decoda, are bringing chamber music out of the academy.

CODA CRACKED: Combining music with community activism, Decoda, are bringing chamber music out of the academy.

Carnegie Hall’s resident ensemble of musicians are not only passionate advocates for classical music. They are also deeply dedicated to creating performances and programs with social impact and purpose. The dynamic group called Decoda—comprising of 32 entrepreneurs, activists and acclaimed musicians, such as St. Lawrence String Quartet violinist Owen Dalby—brings artistry and engagement to Stanford University for an intimate evening of performance and an audience discussion. Taking place in Bing’s intimate 160-seat cabaret studio, the up-close-and-personal program includes works by composers like Prokofiev and Schubert.

Decoda
Fri, 7 & 9pm, $30
Bing Studio, Stanford

 

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