Faculty In the Press
- Chopin Is the Focus of Bard’s Summer Music Festival appeared in New York Times on 02-28-2017
- Eating for the Environment: Professor Gidon Eshel on the Beef About Beef appeared in Harvard Magazine on 02-26-2017
- Caudillo-In-Chief? Omar Encarnación on Latin American Reflections in U.S. Politics appeared in NPR's Latino USA on 02-25-2017
- Bard's Joseph Luzzi to Give Boston Public Library Lowell Lecture on March 2 appeared in Boston Public Library on 02-24-2017
Recent News and Notes
Musician and composer Erica Lindsay is an artist in residence at Bard College. She received her B.A. from New York University and has been on the faculty since 2001. Lindsay plays the tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, and flute. She has played at prominent jazz festivals in Europe, Asia, and the United States, and in major venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Sweet Basil's, The Bottom Line, Merkin Hall, and the Knitting Factory. Lindsay has composed and arranged for Hamburg Radio Big Band, Unique Munich Saxophone Choir, and Melba Liston & Co.