Wave Farm and the Bard College Conservatory of Music join the John Cage Trust in presenting Reality Radio
Wave Farm and the Bard College Conservatory of Music join the John Cage Trust in presenting Reality Radio, a four-month durational project spanning February to May 2015 featuring a continuous audio surveillance feed from the Bard College Percussion Studio headed by Sō Percussion. Reality Radio positions those who move throughout the studio – students, professors, administrators, visitors, even maintenance crews – in the role of performer, with listening audiences as ever present observers. In conjunction with Reality Radio, Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM will feature a series of special live broadcasts: February 7, March 7, April 25, and May 23, 2015.
Vocal Arts Program Director Dawn Upshaw Finds New Ways of Listening
Grammy Award–winning soprano and Vocal Arts Program artistic director Dawn Upshaw performs an eclectic repertoire in Vancouver this week. (Georgia Straight
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Vocal Arts Program graduate Faylotte Crayton receives fellowship for Marlboro Music Festival
Soprano Faylotte Crayton '12 has received a fellowship to attend the Marlboro Music Festival during the summer of 2015. While in the graduate Vocal Arts Program at Bard Ms. Crayton was in the voice studio of Edith Bers.
Vocal Arts Program Students Sing at Carnegie Hall with American Symphony Orchestra
Lucy Fitz-Gibbon '15, and Katherine Maysek '15 sang at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony Orchestra and conductor Leon Botstein in a performance of Max von Schilling's Mona Lisa
. Ms. Fitz-Gibbon and Ms. Maysek are in their final year of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program at the Bard Conservatory. Ms. Fitz Gibbon, soprano, is in the voice studio of Edith Bers and mezzo-soprano Ms. Maysek is in the voice studio of baritone Sanford Sylvan.