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April 2002

04-30-2002 RENÉE BERGAN WILL GIVE A PRESENTATION ON WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN AND A WORKSHOP IN MIDDLE EASTERN MUSIC AT BARD COLLEGE ON MAY 13 AND 14 Full Story
04-29-2002 HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN SPRING PERFORMANCE WILL BRING THE SOUNDS OF BALI TO BARD ON THURSDAY, MAY 9 Fourth year of performances at Bard College to feature guest artist I Nyoman Suadin, artistic director I Nyoman Saptanyana, and Balinese dancers Full Story
04-23-2002 THE EXHIBITION MIRROR IMAGE WILL BE ON VIEW FROM SUNDAY, JUNE 23, THROUGH SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-22-2002 RECENT BARD COLLEGE GRADUATE MIYA BUXTON AWARDED THE PRESTIGIOUS AND HIGHLY COMPETITIVE THOMAS J. WATSON FELLOWSHIP Full Story
04-19-2002 FINAL CONCERT OF THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA'S 2002-02 SEASON AT BARD COLLEGE WILL BE ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 Program features world premiere of Peter Schickele's Folk Song Set, as well as works by Saint-Saëns and Beethoven Full Story
04-17-2002 BARD COLLEGE MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS FIVE CONCERTS IN MAY Concerts feature the Bard College Community Chorus and Orchestra; Vocal, Jazz, Electronic Music, and Percussion Ensembles; and Da Capo Chamber Players and Colorado String Quartet Full Story
04-17-2002 THE OTHER CONQUEST, A SPANISH LANGUAGE FILM DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY TWO FORMER BARD STUDENTS, WILL BE SCREENED AT UPSTATE FILMS ON APRIL 22 A question-and-answer session will follow the screening with director Salvador Carrasco Full Story
04-16-2002 THREE BARD PROFESSORS AWARDED 2002 GUGGENHEIM FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIPS Fellowships awarded to composer Richard Teitelbaum and photographers Mitch Epstein and Tanya Marcuse Full Story
04-11-2002 AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 2001-02 BARD-VASSAR CONCERT SERIES CONCLUDES APRIL 26 AND 27 Program features works by Wagner and Beethoven and a world premiere by Hudson Valley conductor and composer Harold Farberman Full Story
04-11-2002 THE HUDSON VALLEY LANGUAGE FORUM PRESENTS THE THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE AND TEACHING AT BARD COLLEGE ON MAY 3 Conference topic is "Language Pedagogy and Culture: Teaching Languages Beyond the Textbook" Full Story
04-10-2002 MAX BOOT, WALL STREET JOURNAL EDITORIAL FEATURES EDITOR, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, APRIL 29 Boot's lecture will be drawn from his recent book The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power Full Story
04-08-2002 HENRY PURCELL'S OPERA DIDO AND AENEAS WILL BE PERFORMED AT BARD ON APRIL 12 AND 13 Full Story
04-02-2002 CELLIST ASHLEY BATHGATE AND PIANIST NANCY HULL WILL PERFORM WORKS BY BACH, BEETHOVEN, AND SHOSTAKOVICH ON APRIL 21 AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-02-2002 A RETROSPECTIVE CONCERT OF THE MUSIC OF RICHARD TEITELBAUM WILL BE PERFORMED ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, AT BARD COLLEGE Featured artists include Teitelbaum, pianists Marilyn Crispell and Marc Peloquin, multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee, traditional Japanese s Full Story
04-01-2002 APRIL 10 CONCERT AT BARD POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL Full Story
04-01-2002 BARD PHOTOGRAPHY PROFESSOR RECEIVES $30,000 PENNY MCCALL FOUNDATION AWARD Full Story
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