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December 2000

12-24-2000 RABBI JESUS: AN INTIMATE BIOGRAPHY BY BARD PROFESSOR REV. DR. BRUCE CHILTON REVEALS A NEW JESUS FOR A NEW MILLENNIUM Full Story
12-01-2000 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY JOAN TOWER, PERFORMS CONCERT ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 Works by Bartók, Fauré, Haydn, Beethoven, Ravel, and Copland will be performed Full Story

November 2000

11-21-2000 "WORDS AND SILENCE," A POETRY PERFORMANCE BY CAROLINE BERGVALL, ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, IS NEXT EVENT IN THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
11-17-2000 GALA MUSIC CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES PERFORMANCES BY THE VOCAL AND JAZZ ENSEMBLES AND THE HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN Full Story
11-16-2000 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHORUS SEEKS SINGERS FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE FAURÉ REQUIEM IN MAY Full Story
11-15-2000 THE BARD COLLEGE VOCAL ENSEMBLE AND COMMUNITY CHORUS WILL PERFORM "FROM RENAISSANCE TO RED HOOK: CHORAL MUSIC FROM THE CLASSICAL TRADITION AND BEYOND" ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10 Full Story
11-07-2000 AUTHOR DIANE WILLIAMS WILL GIVE PUBLIC READING OF HER NEW WORK AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Full Story
11-04-2000 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST TWO-DAY CONFERENCE IN CELEBRATION OF CHINUA ACHEBE'S 70th BIRTHDAY Participants Include K. A. Appiah, John Ashbery, Nuruddin Farah, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Nadine Gordimer, Michael Harper, Toni Morrison, Emmanuel Obiechina, Wole Soy Full Story
11-02-2000 THE MUSIC OF KYLE GANN WILL BE PERFORMED ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, AT BARD COLLEGE Concert will feature four world premieres of Gann's work Full Story

October 2000

10-25-2000 TWO INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS WILL BE OFFERED AT BARD COLLEGE DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Full Story
10-25-2000 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY HOSTS NOVEMBER 2 ELECTION DIALOGUE ON ENVIRONMENT AND POLITICS Open Forum Series Continues with "Environment and Politics: What Kind of Environmental Protection Do You Get with Your Vote?" Full Story
10-24-2000 HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A SERIES OF TALKS BY HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS, AUTHORS, AND JOURNALISTS DURING OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER Full Story
10-24-2000 FILM SERIES ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS WILL BE SHOWN AT BARD COLLEGE IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Full Story
10-20-2000 FIVE BARD ALUMNI/AE POETS WILL READ AS PART OF THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 Full Story
10-19-2000 WORKS BY RICHARD STRAUSS AND BRAHMS TO BE PERFORMED BY THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
10-18-2000 DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS AT BARD PRESENT LEAFY SPEAFING: A MUSICAL REMEMBRANCE OF STEPHEN ALBERT
Concert includes two world premiere performances Full Story
10-18-2000 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST OCTOBER 30 TALK EXPLORING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION IN CHINA Chris Coggins, a Geographer Based at Simon’s Rock College of Bard, will present "The Tiger and the Pangolin," a Discussion and slide Show of Environmental Conservation Effo Full Story
10-17-2000 IMPACTS OF THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT WILL BE THE FOCUS ON NOVEMBER 7 OF BARD-ROCKEFELLER INAUGURAL LECTURE Arnold J. Levine, a Pioneer in the Fight Against Cancer, will discuss "Cracking the Code of Life: Impacts of the Human Genome Project" Full Story
10-10-2000 JULIA BUTTERFLY HILL, TREE-SITTING ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 "It is not a matter of whether or not we can make a difference, but that each and every one of us do make a difference."—Julia Butterfly Hill Full Story
10-09-2000 "SENATOR LIEBERMAN AND THE DEBATE OVER RELIGION AND POLITICS" WILL BE THE TOPIC OF A PANEL DISCUSSION AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 23 Full Story
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