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November 2006

11-05-2006 WORLD-RENOWNED COLORADO QUARTET WITH GUEST ARTIST MELVIN CHEN IN CONCERT AT BARD ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Free program features performance of works by Debussy, Bartók, and Shostakovich Full Story
11-01-2006 BARD’S FISHER CENTER PRESENTS THE HARD NUT, THE MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP’S DELIGHTFUL TAKE ON E. T. A. HOFFMAN’S “NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING,” DECEMBER 15 –17 Only U.S. Presentation for 2006; Four Performances to be Staged in Bard’s Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts Full Story

October 2006

10-29-2006 THE CAPITAL TRIO PERFORMS A CONCERT FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
10-20-2006 “YOUNG GENIUS” KICKS OFF THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA’S 28TH SEASON Concert at Bard College on Friday, October 20 Full Story
10-19-2006 AMY HOLLYWOOD SPEAKS ON CHRISTIANITY AND MYSTICISM AT BARD “Traumatic Devotions: Mysticism and Memory in Late Medieval Mysticism” is the topic of a free lecture on November 2 Full Story
10-15-2006 BARD THEATER PRESENTS CARYL CHURCHILL’S SERIOUS MONEY DIRECTED BY ROGER BENINGTON FROM OCTOBER 12–15 Full Story
10-13-2006 “THE GNOSTIC JESUS” TOPIC OF INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY 2006 FALL LUNCHEON LECTURE SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Weekly series with the Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton runs October 13 through November 3 Full Story
10-12-2006 MARIO VARGAS LLOSA, RENOWNED LATIN AMERICAN WRITER, IN RESIDENCE AT BARD COLLEGE DURING OCTOBER AS PART OF THE CONTEMPORARY MASTERS SERIES Vargas Llosa gives public talk on October 12; teaches open class on October 14 Full Story
10-12-2006 BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC OFFERS MASTER CLASS WITH PIANIST RICHARD GOODE ON OCTOBER 12 Full Story
10-12-2006 THE BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC PRESENTS PIANISTS RICHARD GOODE AND MARTA GARCÍA RENART IN A PIANO FOUR-HAND CONCERT ON OCTOBER 12 Full Story
10-11-2006 FREE CONCERT BY THE DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS AT BARD COLLEGE ON OCTOBER 11 Program features works by three contemporary composers: Chinary Ung, Philippe Bodin, and Chandler Carter Full Story
10-08-2006 BARD’S FISHER CENTER ANNOUNCES FALL 2006 SEASON OF MUSIC, THEATER, DANCE, AND FILM Programs include a Beckett Centenary Celebration, featuring Wating for Godot with the Gate Theatre of Dublin; the Opening Program of the American Symphony Orchestra’s Fisher Center Series; Weekend Three of the Bard Music Festival: Franz Liszt and His World; and Mark Morris’s The Hard Nut Full Story
10-05-2006 THE BARD CENTER’S FALL 2006 CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS VIOLINIST LAURA HAMILTON WITH PIANIST WARREN JONES ON OCTOBER 5 Full Story
10-05-2006 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF BARD COLLEGE’S CONJUNCTIONS TO BE CELEBRATED WITH THREE-DAY LITERARY FESTIVAL AT BROWN UNIVERSITY Joyce Carol Oates, Jonathan Lethem, William H. Gass, and John Ashbery Among Leading Writers and Poets Taking Part in Conjunctions Festival: Celebrating 25 Years on October 5–7 Full Story
10-04-2006 BARD CONSERVATORY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, CONDUCTED BY NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR XIAN ZHANG, IN CONCERT AT BARD’S FISHER CENTER ON OCTOBER 4 Full Story
10-04-2006 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST “MEET THE CANDIDATES” NIGHT ON OCTOBER 4 FOR STATE AND FEDERAL RACES IN NORTHERN DUTCHESS AND SOUTHERN COLUMBIA COUNTIES Bard College President Leon Botstein Will Moderate Full Story

September 2006

09-22-2006 BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A LECTURE BY NOTED AUTHOR LINDA R. HIRSHMAN ON SEPTEMBER 21 “Nothing but Your Chains: The Moral Argument for Working Women” will be followed by a panel discussion on September 22 Full Story
09-21-2006 BARD COLLEGE TO GATHER LEADING PHILOSOPHERS, POLITICAL THEORISTS, INTELLECTUALS, AND JOURNALISTS TO HONOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HANNAH ARENDT’S BIRTH Christopher Hitchens and Mark Danner to Deliver Addresses at Three-Day Conference, “Thinking in Dark Times: The Legacy of Hannah Arendt,” October 27–29 Full Story
09-20-2006 THIRD AND FINAL WEEKEND OF 2006 BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL, “FRANZ LISZT AND HIS WORLD,” TAKES PLACE OCTOBER 27–28 IN ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK FESTIVAL CONTINUES EXPLORATION OF MUSICAL WORLD OF THE PIANO VIRTUOSO, COMPOSER, MYSTIC AND VISIONARY, FRANZ LISZT Full Story
09-05-2006 ACCLAIMED SHANGHAI QUARTET WITH SPECIAL GUESTS VIOLIST MICHAEL TREE AND CELLIST ROBERT MARTIN HEADLINE FIRST PRESENTATION OF THE 2006–07 CONSERVATORY CONCERTS AND LECTURES ON SEPTEMBER 5 Full Story

August 2006

08-19-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE’S ONE-OF-A-KIND SPIEGELPALAIS EXTENDED TO AUGUST 20TH Full Story
08-11-2006 THE 17TH ANNUAL BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL FRANZ LISZT AND HIS WORLD THREE FASCINATING WEEKENDS OF DISCOVERY: AUGUST 11 – 13, AUGUST 18 – 20, AND OCTOBER 27 – 28 Full Story
08-04-2006 2006 SEASON OF ASTON MAGNA AT BARD OPENS ON JUNE 30 WITH AN ALL-MOZART PROGRAM FEATURING SOPRANO DOMINIQUE LABELLE Series Celebrates Mozart’s 250th Birthday with Performances of His Music, Along with Bach’s Goldberg Variations, and Monteverdi’s Orfeo Full Story

July 2006

07-30-2006 GALA GRADUATION CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD ON SUNDAY, JULY 30 Free Concert Features Works by Beethoven, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Shostakovich, Strauss, and Tchaikovsky as well as Two World Premieres by the Candidates for the Degree of Master of Fine Arts in Conducting Full Story
07-28-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE PRESENTS U.S. PREMIERE OF FULLY-STAGED PRODUCTION OF ROBERT SCHUMANN’S ONLY OPERA, GENOVEVA, WITH KASPER BECH HOLTEN DIRECTING Full Story
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