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Bing Inside/Out

 

Stanford's Bing Concert Hall turns inside out for a free day of arts activities for all ages in its lobby and studio on Sunday, Oct. 9, starting at 1 p.m. The schedule includes crafts for kids, a "roving circus," food trucks, and performances and presentations by Oriki Theater, the Mural, Music, and Arts Project, the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band, student singer/songwriter Maya Burke, Cardinal Calypso, and The Brothers Comatose Americana/bluegrass band, plus a chance to meet new Stanford Live Director Chris Lorway. Go to Stanford Live.

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