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October 2001

10-19-2001 FALL INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS AT BARD COLLEGE WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Topics include scenic trails, examination of the Bible and Koran, development around the city of Hudson, Old Testament images, and exploring family heritage at El Full Story
10-17-2001 THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA CONCERT SERIES AT BARD CONTINUES ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 Program features works by Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga and Mendelssohn Full Story
10-17-2001 VIVA VERDI SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A LECTURE BY VERDI BIOGRAPHER MARY JANE PHILLIPS-MATZ ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Full Story
10-16-2001 BARD IN CHINA SCHEDULES NOVEMBER LECTURE SERIES Programs feature talks on Chinese Architecture, Globalization in East Asia, and Border Troubles in China, as well as a talk about and screening of an Early Chinese Film Full Story
10-15-2001 AN EVENING OF SOLO AND DUO PERFORMANCES BY MEMBERS OF THE BARD COLLEGE MUSIC FACULTY ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 Performances includes works by Barker, Bartók, Foss, Koshkin, Messiaen, Ravel, Rossini, and others Full Story
10-10-2001 CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE ANNOUNCES SUMMER 2002 INSTITUTE "No serious conductor should miss the opportunity to study at the Institute."
-Marin Alsop, Music Director, Colorado Symphony Orchestra Full Story
10-10-2001 DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Program features a work by Elliott Carter and three premieres of works by Penka Kouneva, Harold Meltzer, and Eugene Lee Full Story
10-09-2001 ROCKIN' THE SHTETL, A MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION ON THE HISTORY OF KLEZMER MUSIC, WILL BE PRESENTED AT BARD November 6 Program Traces Klezmer's Journey from Old World Shtetls to New World Nightclubs Full Story
10-08-2001 A DAY OF POETRY TO CELEBRATE ROBERT KELLY'S 40 YEARS AT BARD COLLEGE November 10 program features poetry readings, performances, and a Stan Brakhage film Full Story
10-05-2001 COLORADO QUARTET CONCERT IS RESCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 28 AT BARD COLLEGE Program features works by Beethoven, Husa, and Brahms Full Story
10-04-2001 IKEBANA, THE ART OF JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGING, IS THE TOPIC OF A LECTURE-DEMONSTRATION AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 Full Story
10-04-2001 JONATHAN BOYARIN, ANTHROPOLOGIST AND ETHNOGRAPHER OF THE LIFESTYLE AND CULTURE OF JEWS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, WILL SPEAK AT BARD ON OCTOBER 23 Topic of his talk is "A Modern Meeting: Or, How Jewish Was the Man with the Scar?" Full Story
10-04-2001 LEADING AUTHORITIES ON ANIMAL BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION TO SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 18 AND OCTOBER 25 Distinguished Scientist Lecture Series Continues with Cornell Scientists Dr. Thomas Eisner on October 18 and Dr. Paul Sherman on October 25 Full Story
10-04-2001 LEADING AUTHORITIES ON ANIMAL BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION TO SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 18 AND OCTOBER 25 Distinguished Scientist Lecture Series Continues with Cornell Scientists Dr. Thomas Eisner on October 18 and Dr. Paul Sherman on October 25 Full Story
10-03-2001 TIBETAN BUDDHIST MONKS WILL BE IN RESIDENCE AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 15 AND 16 Programs will feature sacred music and dance as well as teachings on Buddhism Full Story

September 2001

09-25-2001 "CIVIL LIBERTIES AND FOREIGN POLICY" IS THE TOPIC OF A PANEL DISCUSSION AT BARD COLLEGE October 2 program features James Chace, Sanjib Baruah, and Alan Sussman Full Story
09-25-2001 OVER 30 BARD STUDENTS WILL PERFORM IN NEW YORK CITY FOR BENEFIT CONCERT DEDICATED TO THE FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS OF THE SEPTEMBER 11 TRAGEDY Full Story
09-21-2001 COLORADO QUARTET WILL PERFORM CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Program features works by Beethoven, Husa, and Brahms Full Story
09-20-2001 LECTURE BY EVOLUTION EXPERT DR. PETER GRANT SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 29 AT BARD COLLEGE IS CANCELLED Full Story
09-18-2001 BARD COLLEGE RECEIVES HENRY LUCE FOUNDATION GRANT FOR PROFESSOR IN HUMAN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, AND NEW MEDIA Grant Will Help Foster Studies of the Impact of The Internet on Human Rights Full Story
09-17-2001 "ISLAM, THE MEDIA, AND HUMAN RIGHTS" TO BE THE TOPIC OF A PANEL DISCUSSIONWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
09-14-2001 SERBIAN AUTHOR ALEKSANDAR TIŠMA'S RESIDENCY AT BARD COLLEGE HAS BEEN CANCELLED Full Story
09-14-2001 TALK BY GABRIELA ADAMESTEANU AT BARD COLLEGE, ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 18, HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 19 The topic of her talk is "Gender Politics and Trafficking of Women and Children in Eastern Europe Today" Full Story
09-12-2001 DUE TO SCHEDULING CONFLICT, THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE RESCHEDULES THE FIRST LECTURE-DIALOGUE IN SERIES FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 Full Story
09-12-2001 VIVA VERDI SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES LECTURES AND A CONCERT DURING OCTOBER World-famous Verdi authority Julian Budden will speak on October 15; a concert of 17th- and 18th-century music will be performed on October 17; and George Martin, Verdi and c Full Story
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