Stanford Improvisation Collective

The Stanford Improvisation Collective ([sic]) performs experimental music, trans-idiomatic improvisations, game pieces, accompaniments for dance and silent film, and multi-media works, often composed by its members. Founded in 2003 by director Mark Applebaum, [sic] adapts to any musical situation, has a variable and eccentric instrumentation, and consists of graduate and undergraduate students, music majors and non-majors alike. During, its first year—before the University granted the group the right to use the school's name--the group was called [sic]—the Stanfjord [sic] Improvisation Collective."


Related Events:

Music and Dance by Chance
White Plaza Event #1: A Site-Specific Event

 

 
     
   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stanford University | Stanford Lively Arts