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October 2005

10-30-2005 THE BARD CENTER PRESENTS THE WORLD-RENOWNED COLORADO QUARTET IN CONCERT ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30 Free program features performance of works by Beethoven, Haydn, and George Rochberg Full Story
10-27-2005 “RETHINKING TOURETTE SYNDROME” AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 27 Program includes a screening of the documentary Twitch and Shout as well as a discussion with Lowell Handler, coauthor, narrator, and associate producer of the film Full Story
10-27-2005 AFTERNOON LECTURE RECITAL BY MASTER OF THE SHAKUHACHI, JAPANESE BAMBOO FLUTE, AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 27 Full Story
10-24-2005 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST FROM ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY TO DISCUSS POPULATION DYNAMICS OF CHAGAS DISEASE VECTORS AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 24 Full Story
10-21-2005 BARD SENIOR JESSE D. CAIN WINS PRESTIGIOUS 2005 PRINCESS GRACE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN FILM Full Story
10-21-2005 BARD COLLEGE’S CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM OFFERS Five INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS IN NOVEMBER Topics include cognition over the lifetime and Italian cinema Full Story
10-20-2005 BARD IN CHINA TO HOST A PANEL ON ARTS IN JAPAN ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 Full Story
10-20-2005 “ORIGINS OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL (AI) AND ITS GROWTH IN THE U.S.: A DIALOGUE WITH AI PIONEERS” IS TOPIC OF OPEN FORUM ON OCTOBER 20 PRESENTED BY THE BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Full Story
10-19-2005 LEADING AIDS/HIV EDUCATORS AND ACTIVISTS JOIN WITH HUMAN RIGHTS PROPONENTS AT THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HIV/AIDS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN RUSSIA, OCTOBER 19–21, 2005 Conference presented at Smolny College at Saint Petersburg State University; Dr. Jim Yong Kim, director of the World Health Organization’s HIV/AIDS department, to deliver keynote address Full Story
10-19-2005 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS AN EVENING OF CLASSICAL MUSIC AND JAZZ ON OCTOBER 19 Free program features the Bard Orchestra and the Erica Lindsay/Sumi Tonooka Quartet Full Story
10-19-2005 BARD IN CHINA TO HOST A PANEL ON SACRED LANDSCAPES OF TIBET ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 Full Story
10-17-2005 ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY MATH SCHOLAR TO DISCUSS FOOD WEB MODELING AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 17 Full Story
10-16-2005 HUDSON VALLEY CEREBRAL PALSY HOSTS A BENEFIT WALK AND CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 16 Full Story
10-14-2005 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST LECTURE ON JAPANESE WOMEN ARTISTS ON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 Full Story
10-14-2005 NEW ORLEANS MUSICIANS JOIN JAZZ AT BARD FOR A BENEFIT CONCERT FOR VICTIMS OF HURRICANE KATRINA ON OCTOBER 14 All-star musical lineup includes the Tin Men, Coco Robicheaux, and other special guests Full Story
10-14-2005 ANNUAL BARD FICTION PRIZE IS AWARDED TO EDIE MEIDAV Full Story
10-04-2005 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD–WINNING WRITER JOHN BARTH TO GIVE READING AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 Barth Will Read from The Book of Ten Nights and a Night: Eleven Stories Full Story
10-03-2005 ACCLAIMED LATIN AMERICAN AUTHOR MAYRA MONTERO TO GIVE READING AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 Montero Will Read from Her Novel, The Captain of the Sleepers Full Story
10-02-2005 HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE OFFERS A FREE CHILDREN’S CONCERT WITH THE STRING TRIO PI ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2 Full Story
10-01-2005 BARD THEATER PRESENTS FOUR PERFORMANCES OF MAXIM GORKY’S THE LOWER DEPTHS, OCTOBER 1–3, AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Full Story
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