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All patients, families, visitors, and staff are invited to enjoy a live concert on Tuesdays at Stanford Hospital on the 3rd Floor in the Music Lounge. Each concert features professional quality musicians who perform a variety of music genres.
This concert series is made possible by a generous gift from the Reller Family.
SEPTEMBER 26 FUNKY SOUND EXPERIENCE
Funky Sound Experience is a Bay Area Top 40, R&B, and pop cover variety band that has been putting its unique twists on popular music. Comprised of musicians and singers from diverse backgrounds, the group comes together to bring vibrant new energy and creative excitement to their live performances that will surely leave audiences amazed.
OCTOBER 3 SANG LAE LEE - Classical
Sang Lae Lee is a registered nurse in unit J4 at Stanford Hospital who loves playing the piano. Born and raised in South Korea, Sang started piano lessons at eight and has loved it ever since. Today, Sang enjoys performing the work of Chopin, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy, and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
OCTOBER 10 JESSICA JOHNSON - Jazz and R&B
Singer, songwriter Jessica Johnson is authentic and true. Her music ranges from Jazz standards to well-known R&B classics. Her original music is a fusion of Jazz, R&B, funk, and pop. From the moment Johnson walks on stage, she holds the audience’s attention with her rich, sultry voice, scats, and swings.
OCTOBER 17 DAN KENNEDY - Classical
Kennedy is an award-winning composer, pianist, and recording artist from Western Massachusetts whose solo piano music has been lauded across the country for its style and feel. He plays a mixture of originals, classical, and popular favorites. Many of his tunes welcome a time for reflection.
OCTOBER 24 SILK ROAD
Silk Road is a group of young up-and-coming musicians from the South Bay. Its members are diverse with varied musical backgrounds, playing everything from classics to pop and funk to rock. Their repertoire can be enjoyed by many different audiences. Additionally, they’ve written rock and pop-style originals.
OCTOBER 31 Scott Sorkin’s EoPhonic Trio
Long-time Stanford Hospital musician Scott Sorkin and two Bay Area jazz luminaries form a trio that brews up a beguiling dreamscape of sounds via the classic combination of guitar, Hammond B3 organ, and percussion. The trio will interpret some of the high-water marks in the American jazz and pop canon.
DATE & TIME
12:00pm - 1:00pm
500 Pasteur Drive
3rd Floor - Music Lounge