About the Festival
Tickets On Sale May 10
Welcome to the 2010 Stanford Jazz Festival
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Over the three-plus decades of presenting
the Stanford Jazz Festival, we've found that there is a special energy
to our concerts. Most of the performers
are also faculty for our educational programs, which coincide with the
festival. From veteran statesmen to emerging talents and local standouts,
work closely together – collaborating, teaching, interacting, jamming.
These artists encourage and befriend each other, while inspiring and being
inspired by our enthusiastic students aged 12 to 80.
All this combined talent in residence
fosters the creative intensity evident on the intimate concert stages
of the Stanford Jazz Festival.
Each year the
festival presents more than 30 performances by jazz masters, acclaimed
contemporary standouts, and emerging stars. We are renowned for
presenting a healthy dose
of straight-ahead jazz, flavored with innovative modern stylings,
traditional, blues, salsa, Brazilian, and other cross-cultural approaches
How to Buy Tickets
Tickets Go on Sale via
StanfordJazz.org and the Stanford Box Office.
Ticketing Information: seating at all Stanford Jazz Workshop shows is general
(non-reserved, first-come, first-served seating). Venues are wheelchair accessible
(see bottom of page for details).
In Person / Online:
Stanford Box Office (map)
Tresidder Memorial Union, second floor (note new location)
459 Lagunita Drive
Stanford University Campus
Hours: Mon-Fri, 10 am–5 pm | Sat 12–4 pm
Phone: 650.725.ARTS (2787)
By Phone (service charges apply):
Fax Ticket Order Form (to be posted May 10) to:
Events Ticket Office
425 Santa Teresa St, MC 2045
Stanford, CA 94305-2045
Venues are wheelchair accessible. For more information
on access, please contact the Stanford
University Diversity and Access Office, 650.725.0326, TTY 650.723.1216
NOTE: Tickets are not available from the Diversity and Access Office.
For more information on purchasing tickets,
visit the Ticket Information page, call Laura G Thorne at SJW, 650.736.0324 x 305, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.