The series had been set to open on June 24 with comedy rock duo Tenacious D, but that show was canceled due to a power outage on the Stanford campus caused by the Edgewood Fire in San Mateo County. The next show on the lineup is SF Symphony performing its "Night in Bohemia" program on July 8.
A partnership with SFJAZZ will bring a variety of jazz talents to Frost, such as bassist, singer and composer esperanza spalding on July 14, and a pairing of jazz veterans, Cuban jazz legend Arturo Sandoval and New York-native Latin composer Eddie Palmieri, who perform together on July 23.
Stanford Jazz Workshop closes out its 50th year on July 30 with vocalist Dianne Reeves accompanied both by her own quintet and the Stanford Jazz Workshop 50th Anniversary Band.
Stanford Live is teaming up with concert presenter Goldenvoice for a wide-ranging slate of rock, pop and DJ shows, including art rockers My Morning Jacket (Aug. 14), '90s alternative with the Goo Goo Dolls (Sept. 4), and the Here and There Festival (Aug. 26), featuring indie songwriters such as Courtney Barnett and Japanese Breakfast. Frost also will welcome French DJ and producer Madeon with San Holo (Sept. 9), along with alternative R&B artists like Japanese singer and former YouTube sensation Joji (Sept. 1), with Rei Brown and SavageRealm.
SF Symphony will make several appearances at Frost throughout the summer, including in collaborations with genre-bending string trio Time for Three (July 15) and "little orchestra" and Stanford Live favorite Pink Martini (July 29).
New York City's Complexions Contemporary Ballet makes its Bay Area debut on Aug. 3 with "Star Dust," a show inspired by the music of David Bowie and co-presented by San Francisco Ballet. SF Ballet itself takes the stage on Aug. 5-6 with a program of both classical and contemporary short ballets.
Other shows include: A Celebration of the Music of Linda Ronstadt with Ann Hampton Callaway, the Stanford Live Orchestra, Good Lovelies, La Do?a and Anne-Marie MacIntosh; Mon Laferte; Los Tigres del Norte; Joe Russo's Almost Dead, Ben Platt with Aly & AJ; the Lincoln Center Orchestra; Danny Elfman; Symphony San Jose; and the Holo Holo Music Festival with Kolohe Kai, featuring Three Plus, Hirie, Rebel Souljahz, Maoli and Western Conference.
For more information, visit live.stanford.edu.
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