Concert

Carolyn Wiedemann Reller Summer Concert Series

Performed by:
Various Artists

This Summer Concert Series is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the Reller Family in honor of Carolyn Wiedemann Reller.  Concerts are held every Tuesday, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. from June 2 through September 29, 2015, on the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital cafeteria courtyard (Doobie Brothers Courtyard) located behind the rear entrance of the Stanford Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center.

These concerts feature some of the best local and touring musicians offering a wide variety of music.  You can bring your lunch or purchase onsite and enjoy some great music this Summer!  All concerts are free and open to the public.  Subject to weather conditions.

This Month Featuring:

TUESDAY JULY 7, 12:00PM
PRIMARY COLORS
JAZZ & BLUES WITH ELEMENTS OF SOUL & POP
Experience Nate Pruitt's astonishing vocal versatility. With his smooth, rich baritone, he is one of the finest male singers on the scene, a vocalist with seemingly infinite emotional resources who can improvise horn-like scat lines, croon with soulful conviction and deliver blues with total authority.

TUESDAY JULY 14, 12:00PM
LEFTOVER DREAMS
AMERICAN STANDARDS
Leftover Dreams perform singing gems of the great American songbook with stunning harmonies and burnished accompaniment. Tony Marcus plays guitar with style and wit. Patrice Haan's voice has been described as a "velvety alto/tenor", her intimate delivery of lyrics never fails to reach audiences.

TUESDAY JULY 21, 12:00PM
MASHA CAMPAGNE & CAMINHOS CRUZADOS
THE MUSIC OF BRAZIL
Masha and her ensemble play a collection of Brazilian gems by the likes of Dorival Caymmi, Jobim, and Guinga. With the national release of her album "Caminhos Cruzados - Crossroads" Campagne forges a "delicious Brazilian sound." (Andrew Gilbert)

TUESDAY JULY 28, 12:00PM
REN GEISICK'S COUNTRY QUARTET
CLASSIC COUNTRY LOVE SONGS
Enjoy the lilting melodies of that old country sound with Ren Geisick's Country Quartet. Ren's voice harkens back to the sweet cries of Patsy Cline and Brenda Lee. Come hear these American songs that speak to the deeper truths of love and heartbreak.

cancer-survivorship

Event Details

12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

Every Tuesday, June through September

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Doobie Brothers Courtyard, outdoor cafeteria patio

Free

For information, contact Greg Kaufman, music program coordinator: 650-725-2892