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March 2006

03-26-2006 MASTER’S DEGREE CANDIDATES AT BARD COLLEGE’S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES PRESENTS 11 EXHIBITIONS THIS SPRING Full Story
03-22-2006 BARD’S MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS A CONCERT THAT MELDS JAZZ AND POETRY ALONGSIDE CLASSICAL MUSIC WITH THURMAN BARKER’S TRINITY TRIO AND SPECIAL GUEST PERFORMANCE ARTIST MIKHAIL HOROWITZ, ALONG WITH THE BARD COLLEGE ORCHESTRA Full Story
03-22-2006 ART HISTORIAN JESSICA MURPHY SPEAKS ABOUT THE “FEMININE POINT OF VIEW” IN THE STIEGLITZ CIRCLE ON MARCH 22 AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
03-21-2006 JOHN HAUGHT, DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR AND GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR, SPEAKS ABOUT “EVOLUTION, RELIGION, AND ETHICS: WHAT IS AT STAKE?” DURING A LUNCHEON LECTURE ON MARCH 21 Bard’s Institute of Advanced Theology presents luncheon lecture to benefit ongoing programs at the College Full Story
03-19-2006 BARD’S CONSERVATORY CONCERTS AND LECTURES SERIES PRESENTS PIANIST MELVIN CHEN IN A FREE RECITAL ON MARCH 19 Full Story
03-18-2006 FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS AT BARD’S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES PRESENT RE-SHUFFLE: NOTIONS OF AN ITINERANT MUSEUM AT NEW YORK CITY’S ART IN GENERAL FROM FEBRUARY 24 THROUGH MARCH 18 Full Story
03-16-2006 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD PRESENTS FREE READINGS THIS SPRING BY INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED POETS Full Story
03-16-2006 Bard College to Host Free Performance and Film Screening by Internationally Acclaimed Ugandan-American Artist Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine on March 15 and 16 Full Story
03-15-2006 BARD IN CHINA TO HOST LECTURE AND SCREENING OF THE FILM THE GODDESS ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 Full Story
03-15-2006 TWO BARD SENIORS RECEIVE PRESTIGIOUS AND HIGHLY SELECTIVE WATSON TRAVEL GRANTS Only 50 students nationwide are awarded grants for a year of independent exploration and travel outside the United States Full Story
03-13-2006 PRINCETON PROFESSOR SUSAN FISKE GIVES BERNSTEIN MEMORIAL LECTURE AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 13 Topic of talk is “The Perils of Prejudice: Emotional Biases in Brain, Mind, and Culture” Full Story
03-11-2006 JERUSALEM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PERFORM AT BARD’S FISHER CENTER Under Music Director and Conductor Leon Botstein, U.S. Tour Brings Internationally Renowned JSO to the Hudson Valley Full Story
03-10-2006 2006 BARD DEBATE TEAM RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN RECENT DEBATES Second-year Bard student Nathan Sweed named top junior varsity speaker in the country; and Bard junior Ravenna Wilson named fourth speaker over all Full Story
03-10-2006 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PERFORMS MAGIC IN VIENNA AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 10 Features works by Mozart, Schubert, and Johann Strauss Full Story
03-06-2006 Thousand Years Waiting, a Unique Transpacific Collaboration, to Be Performed at Bard College on Monday, March 6 New Play from Bard Professor Chiori Miyagawa Features a Unique Perspective on Japanese and American Theater with Storytelling, Dance, and Puppetry Full Story
03-05-2006 FREE CONCERT BY THE DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 5 “The Russians are Coming: New Sounds from Moscow and St. Petersburg” features world premiere works by contemporary Russian composers Full Story
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