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2015 Eugene Meyer Lecture: Professor Mark Lytle Lyford Paterson Edwards and Helen Gray Edwards Professor of Historical Studies
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Student Athletes Volunteer Heavy Lifting on Move-In Day
Members of several of Bard's varsity athletics teams pitched in on Saturday, August 31, to help returning students move in to their dorms. Student athletes unpacked cars, carried boxes, and helped their classmates settle in to their new spaces.
The Richard B. Fisher Center Presents the Conservatory Sundays Matinee Series
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts presents the popular Conservatory Sundays matinee concert series for fall 2013. The concerts will be performed September 15 and 29, November 10, and December 8. Proceeds from the series, performed by Conservatory students with faculty and special guests, will benefit the Scholarship Fund of The Bard College Conservatory of Music.
Bard President Leon Botstein to Conduct L.A. Philharmonic at Hollywood Bowl
President Botstein will conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday, August 27. The concert of Russian masterworks, featuring Grammy-nominated violinist Jennifer Koh, will be followed by a reception for members of the Bard community. Click here to purchase tickets, and RSVP to email@example.com to reserve your space at the reception.
Conservatory of Music Celebrates Acclaimed Composer Joan Tower's 75th Birthday with a Benefit Gala
On September 7, The Bard College Conservatory of Music celebrates Bard faculty member and renowned composer Joan Tower with a gala, “Joan Tower and Friends Celebrate Her 75th Birthday,” to benefit the Joan Tower Composition Scholarship. The program features Tower’s compositions performed by Tower, Blair McMillen, and Kayo Iwama on piano; soprano Dawn Upshaw; cellist Peter Wiley; violist Steven Tenenbom; the Daedalus Quartet; and the Horszowski Trio.
Bard Prison Initiative Students to Receive Intensive Introduction to the Sciences
Starting this summer, students in the Bard Prison Initiative—which provides incarcerated men and women in five New York State prisons the opportunity to earn Bard College degrees while serving their sentences—are taking part in Citizen Science, the same rigorous three-week introduction to scientific thinking that all Bard first-year undergraduates are required to take.
Bard's Fisher Center Presents a Diverse Fall Season of Performing Arts Events
This fall The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts presents a series of programs featuring orchestral and chamber concerts and a variety of theatrical performances. Some highlights for the fall season include the return of the American Symphony Orchestra series; a performance of the award-winning theater piece, No Child…, by Nilaja Sun; a staging of the magical comedy, Elephant Room; the Conservatory Sundays concert series; and a variety of student dance and theater performances. Tickets will go on sale on September 3.
Bard Center for Civic Engagement Announces Winners of Community Action Awards
The Bard Center for Civic Engagement announces more than 60 winners for the 2013 Community Action Award program, which supports student efforts to engage with communities locally, nationally, and internationally by providing funding for participation in internships that address issues impacting people around the world.
A Summer Math Haven for New York City Children
Middle school students from underserved New York City schools come to Bard for three weeks every year to participate in the Summer Program for Mathematical Problem Solving (SPMPS). Collaborating with Bard's undergraduate program, the Master of Arts in Teaching program, and the Bard High School Early Colleges, SPMPS gives students an academic boost toward admission to competitive high schools.
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