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CSMA's Community ConcertsGenerously supported by  grants from Applied Materials Foundation and the Los Altos Community Foundation; Media Sponsor KDFC

Stanford Live Artist Spotlight

World-class visiting artists provide conversation and brief performances in these intimate, educational collaborations with Stanford Live.


Fall Program

Pacific Crest Piano Quartet

Sunday, August 30, 2pm

sheet musicThe Pacific Crest Piano Quartet dazzles with works from a variety of genres, including classical, jazz and chamber music.

Musical Art Quintet

Saturday, September 12, 7:30pm

Musical Art QuintetA CSMA Community Concert

Musical Art Quintet presents innovative, modern, soulful chamber music with Afro-Cuban and world music influences. The concert features original compositions by bandleader Sascha Jacobsen, as well as works by Duke Ellington, Tito Puente, John Coltrane and more performed on bass, cello, viola and violin.


Cascada de Flores

Sunday, September 20, 2pm

Cascada de FloresA CSMA Family Concert

Cascada de Flores delights with “The Tree and the Donkey Who Loved to Sing” AKA “El Abuelo.” Blending Mexican and Spanish Caribbean traditions, this bilingual, participatory show explodes with song, ancient musical instruments, fun rhythms and sweet characters. Great for audiences of all ages and backgrounds!

Pedja Muzijevic

Saturday, October 3, 7:30pm

Pedja MuzijevicStanford Live Artist Spotlight
Pianist Pedja Muzijevic performs “Haydn Dialogues," a short recital of Haydn sonatas interspersed with shorter works by George Crumb, John Cage and Morton Feldman. Hailed by critics as a “thinking” musician, Muzijevic will also enrich and engage the audience with thoughtful conversation.


Silicon Valley African Film Festival

Thursday-Sunday, October 15-18

SVAFF LogoSpecial Event!

The festival returns to CSMA to showcase new films telling stories full of faith, hope, love and dreams in Africa.

Tickets and info:

SF Jazz High School All-Stars Combo

Sunday, October 25, 2pm

sheet musicA CSMA Family Concert

Come enjoy the “best of the best” of Bay Area high school jazz musicians. This talented ensemble performs original compositions and arrangements, along with dynamic works by the SF JAZZ Collective.

Van-Anh Vanessa Vo

Thursday, November 5, 7:30pm

Van-Ahn Vanessa VoStanford Live Artist Spotlight
Multi-instrumentalist Van-Anh Vanessa Vo performs traditional Vietnamese music as well as new compostions. Enjoy an enlightening evening of music and conversation with this Emmy Award-winning composer and musician.


Peter & Will Anderson Trio

Saturday, November 7, 7:30 pm

PlaceholderA CSMA Community Concert

Hailed by the New York Times as “virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone,” identical twins and Julliard graduates Peter and Will Anderson perform their favorite American songbook hits by composers including Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers and George Gershwin, as well as early New Orleans Jazz and classical adaptations.

Christian Pepin

Saturday, December 5, 7:30 pm

Christian PepinA CSMA Community Concert

GRAMMY® Award Winning Percussionist Christian Pepin presents an unforgettable, outside-the-box concert of funky Afro-Caribbean jazz standards, with more turns and surprises than a roller coaster!



Merit Students Holiday Concert

Saturday, December 12, 5pm

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CSMA Merit Scholarship Student Ensembles perform favorite selections to celebrate the holidays.

Join us to celebrate these outstanding rising stars!

The U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West Chamber Players

Saturday, January 23, 7:30pm

US Air Force Band of the Golden WestA CSMA Community Concert

The only active duty Air Force band west of the Rockies, the Band of the Golden West is composed of 68 talented and versatile Airmen-musicians under the command of Captain Dustin M. Doyle. The Band’s Chamber Players present an exciting and diverse program with something for everyone: different musical styles and talents, soloists and small ensembles.

World Harmony Chorus

Monday, January 25, 7:30 pm

PlaceholderA CSMA Community Concert

Celebrate diverse cultures with the World Harmony Chorus! Under the direction of innovative musician Daniel Steinberg, this eclectic chorus celebrates song through a repertoire of music from around the world, including Africa, Latin America, and Europe.


Spring Program

To Be Announced



about events in tateuchi hall

CSMA Events in Tateuchi Hall are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Your voluntary donation will help ensure the future of our free and accessible programs.

Seating limited to 200 guests. First-come, first-served. CSMA is committed to providing high-quality cultural experiences for audiences of all ages. Some performances may not be suitable for young children.To ensure the best experience for all guests, children should be able to sit quietly during the performance (approximately one hour).

For more information, call 650.917.6800 ext. 314.