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April 2001

04-30-2001 TWO BARD PROFESSORS ARE AWARDED 2001 GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIPS Full Story
04-27-2001 "RACE AND HOME OWNERSHIP: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE" TO BE DISCUSSED BY ECONOMIST ROBERT MARGO AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-25-2001 CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE WILL FEATURE FOUR SPRING THESIS EXHIBITIONS FROM MAY 13 TO 27 Full Story
04-23-2001 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA CONCERT AT BARD HIGHLIGHTS THREE WORKS BY MOZART May 9th program features Rhinebeck native Emily Schaad and Meesun Hong Full Story
04-20-2001 ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, THE MUSIC PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS THE SPRING GALA CONCERT Concert features the String Orchestra and the Vocal, Jazz, and Early Music Ensembles Full Story
04-18-2001 HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE SEASON FEATURES A STELLAR ARTISTIC LINEUP Performers include violinist Jaime Laredo, cellist Sharon Robinson, pianist Leon Fleisher, and violist Michael Tree; the Johannes String Quartet with pianist Gary Graffman; and Full Story
04-17-2001 INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED JOURNALIST AND ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHOR ROSS GELBSPAN WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON THURSDAY, APRIL 26 "No other reporter has told this story as comprehensively or explored the implications for human welfare as searchingly as Gelbspa Full Story
04-17-2001 ASTON MAGNA ANNOUNCES SUMMER MUSIC SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-13-2001 VOCAL CONCERTS FEATURED AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, MAY 8, AND THURSDAY, MAY 10 Full Story
04-12-2001 BARD COLLEGE'S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES PRESENTS A TWO-DAY CONFERENCE ON THE HISTORY OF EXHIBITION Panels on May 11 and 12 will explore significant exhibitions of the past two centuries with scholars and museum curators and directors Full Story
04-12-2001 HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN SPRING PERFORMANCE WILL BRING THE SOUNDS OF BALI TO BARD ON SATURDAY, MAY 5 Featuring guest artists I Nyoman Catra, Ibu Desak Made Suarti Laksmi, and other Balinese artists Full Story
04-10-2001 KAMP! SONGS AND SATIRE FROM THERESIENSTADT PERFORMED AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, MAY 7 Production features poems and cabaret acts written and originally performed by the inmates of a "model" concentration camp Full Story
04-09-2001 BARD'S JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES CONCLUDES SEASON WITH READINGS BY KRISTIN PREVALLET AND ELENI SIKELIANOS ON FRIDAY, MAY 4 Full Story
04-04-2001 VIOLINIST ERICA KIESEWETTER AND PIANIST DIANE WALSH JOIN THE AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA FOR THE BARD-VASSAR CONCERTS ON MAY 4 AND 5 Concerts will feature works by Alban Berg, George Perle, and Mozart Full Story
04-04-2001 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA, CONDUCTED BY JOAN TOWER, TO PERFORM ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 Works by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Holst, and de Falla will be performed Full Story
04-03-2001 LEADING RESEARCHER ON HEPATITIS C WILL DISCUSS THE DISEASE AT BARD COLLEGE ON APRIL 21 Distinguished Scientist Lecture Series Presents Charles Rice, Rockefeller University Virologist and Head of the Center for the Study of Hepatitis C Full Story
04-03-2001 A READING BY LINDA ZISQUIT, AMERICAN POET IN ISRAEL, MODERN WOMAN IN JUDAISM April 18th reading commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day at Bard College Full Story
04-03-2001 "REPRODUCING JEWS: A CULTURAL ACCOUNT OF ASSISTED CONCEPTION IN ISRAEL" IS THE TOPIC OF A TALK BY SUSAN M. KAHN ON MONDAY, APRIL 16, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-02-2001 IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL POETRY MONTH, BARD'S JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS ROBERT KELLY AND MEI-MEI BERSSENBRUGGE ON FRIDAY, APRIL 27 Full Story
04-02-2001 JAMES E. YOUNG, MEMBER OF GERMANY'S NATIONAL HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COMMISSION, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON APRIL 17 Full Story
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