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August 2004

08-30-2004 BARD'S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR FALL SERIES FEATURES A FREE PROGRAM WITH THE AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ON SEPTEMBER 20 AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Full Story
08-28-2004 BARD SUMMERSCAPE TO PRESENT AN EVENING WITH HUDSON VALLEY FRIENDS, FEATURING JACOB BRACKMAN, MINDY JOSTYN, ARTSONG NOUVEAU, AND CARLY SIMON Full Story
08-22-2004 THE SECOND SEASON OF BARD SUMMERSCAPE, EXPANDED TO RUN FROM JULY 8 TO AUGUST 22, FEATURES AN EXTRAORDINARY NEW SEASON OF OPERA, MUSIC, THEATER AND FILM Full Story
08-20-2004 BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL 2004 SHOSTAKOVICH AND HIS WORLD Full Story
08-19-2004 NINE COURSES OFFERED BY THE CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE THIS FALL Course topics include acting, art history, digital music, figure drawing, literature, politics, sculpture, and writing Full Story
08-18-2004 THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD AND MIRIAM’S WELL PRESENT A WEEKEND SEMINAR WITH RENOWNED AUTHOR AND SCHOLAR HUSTON SMITH, AUGUST 20–22 Full Story
08-06-2004 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SERIES WILL CONCLUDE WITH A SEMISTAGED VERSION OF MONTEVERDI’S ORFEO A story of the power of music and the frailty of the human soul Full Story
08-01-2004 GALA GRADUATION CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 Free concert will feature works by Beethoven, Berlioz, Brahms, Debussy, Dvořák, Mahler, Mozart, Mussorgsky, and Puccini, as well as world premieres by the six candidates for the degree of master of fine arts in conducting Full Story
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