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December 2004

12-22-2004 BARD COLLEGE’S MASTERS PROGRAM IN TEACHING AWARDS FIRST PETRIE FELLOWSHIP TO CAROLE ANN MOENCH AND JEANINE TEGANO $25,000 Grant Part of Unique Partnership with New York City Public High Schools Full Story
12-16-2004 BARD COLLEGE RECEIVES GRANT FROM THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION $1 Million Grant Will Support Bard High School Early College and New Early College Teaching Seminars Full Story
12-15-2004 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM OFFERS FIVE CONCERTS IN DECEMBER Full Story
12-13-2004 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD PRESENTS A TALK BY BRUCE CHILTON AND JACOB NEUSNER FOLLOWED BY A BOOK SIGNING OF THEIR RECENT BOOK ON DECEMBER 13 Full Story
12-08-2004 THE BARD MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS TWO CONCERTS THIS DECEMBER AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE December 8 and 15 Concerts Feature the Bard College Community Chorus, Orchestra, and Chamber Singers Full Story
12-07-2004 TRIO CON CUATRO PERFORMS AT BARD ON TUESDAY, DECMEBER 7 Concert will raise funds for the Trustee Leader Scholar Program at Bard Full Story
12-06-2004 DAWN UPSHAW JOINS THE BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Renowned Soprano to Develop College’s Vocal Arts Curriculum Full Story
12-05-2004 HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR BRONIA BRANDMAN WILL SPEAK AT BARD ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 Full Story
12-05-2004 BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC PRESENTS TWO CONCERTS BY THE COLORADO QUARTET IN DECEMBER Colorado Quartet will perform the complete cycle of Bartók string quartets Full Story
12-05-2004 THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD AND MIRIAM’S WELL PRESENT TWO WEEKEND SEMINARS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Full Story
12-03-2004 BARD COLLEGE’S STUDENT-ORGANIZED NICARAGUA PROJECT SEEKS HELP FROM THE COMMUNITY Bake sale at Bard on December 3 aids program to provide houses in Chacraseca Full Story
12-02-2004 BARD GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM FALL SPEAKER SERIES OFFERS FOUR LECTURES IN SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER “Democracy in the Middle East and Elsewhere—Is it the Right American Policy?” is topic of lecture on December 2 Full Story
12-02-2004 BARD THEATER PROGRAM PRESENTS TWO PERFORMANCES OF DARK RIDE BY LEN JENKINS AT THE BLACK SWAN IN TIVOLI IN DECEMBER Full Story
12-02-2004 BARD FACULTY MEMBER GEORGE TSONTAKIS WINS $200,000 GRAWEMEYER MUSIC PRIZE FOR HIS VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 2 Full Story

November 2004

11-22-2004 NOTED ALBANIAN WRITER ISMAIL KADARE WILL SPEAK AT BARD ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Topic of his talk is “Ancient Tragedy and Contemporary Literature” Full Story
11-18-2004 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD PRESENTS FREE READINGS BY INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED POETS ON THURSDAYS THROUGH NOVEMBER 18 Full Story
11-17-2004 BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC PRESENTS A LECTURE/RECITAL BY RICHARD KOGAN ON NOVEMBER 17 Full Story
11-16-2004 THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A THREE-DAY CONFERENCE ON “ALTRUISM IN WORLD RELIGIONS,” NOVEMBER 16–18 Full Story
11-15-2004 BARD IN CHINA TO HOST FILM SCREENING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15 Screening of Morning Sun, a Documentary Narrative of China’s Cultural Revolution, Will Feature Discussion with Filmmaker Carma Hinton Full Story
11-12-2004 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OFFERS CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 12 Program features works by Beethoven, Morton Gould, Carl Maria von Weber, and a world premiere by Loren Lentz Full Story
11-10-2004 FREE CONCERT BY THE RENOWNED DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 10 Full Story
11-09-2004 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY TO HOST OPEN FORUM ON LEGACY OF AMAZON RAIN FOREST CHAMPION CHICO MENDES Renowned Panel Includes Andrew Revkin, New York Times Environmental Reporter and Author of The Burning Season: The Murder of Chico Mendes and the Fight for the Amazon Rain Forest Full Story
11-05-2004 EMERGING POETS TAKE CENTER STAGE IN NEW ISSUE OF CONJUNCTIONS Conjunctions:43, Beyond Arcadia, Includes a Portfolio of Poetry from 12 Emerging Poets, an Unpublished Play by John Sayles, and New Work from Such Renowned Writers and Poets as Rick Moody, Gilbert Sorrentino, and Can Xue Full Story

October 2004

10-29-2004 NEW YORK CONFERENCE ON ASIAN STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE TO INCLUDE FLIMS, CONCERTS, EXHIBITIONS, AND LECTURES "Asian Border Crossings" is Sponsored by Bard in China and Takes Place October 29–30 with Art Exhibitions Continuing into November Full Story
10-27-2004 BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE INAUGURATION OF THE CONSERVATORY CONCERTS AND LECTURES, A FREE SERIES BEGINNING THIS FALL Full Story
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