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June 2000

06-27-2000 NEWLY RENOVATED 8,500 SQUARE-FOOT SPACE IN RED HOOK PROVIDES AN EXHIBITION AREA FOR BARD COLLEGE STUDENTS Twenty-three MFA candidates from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts will present paintings, photographs, sculptures, screenings of films Full Story
06-24-2000 THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE SERIES CONCLUDES WITH A CONCERT BY THE ORION STRING QUARTET WITH GUEST ARTIST PIANIST BLANCA URIBE Full Story
06-20-2000 "WRITING OUT ILLNESS" IS THE TOPIC OF AN ALL-DAY WRITERS' WORKSHOP ON SATURDAY, JULY 8 Full Story
06-01-2000 INNOVATIVE SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ENTERS ITS SECOND YEAR AT BARD COLLEGE Intensive language instruction in Hebrew and Arabic and cultural activities leading to greater understanding of Jewish and Arab cultures are goals of the pro Full Story
06-01-2000 "THE NOW AND PRESENT FLUTE," A SEMINAR AND TWO RECITALS AT BARD COLLEGE Opening recital features flutists Patricia Spencer and Melissa Sweet, with pianist Linda Hall; closing recital features performances by participants in the seminar Full Story

May 2000

05-27-2000 LARGEST GRADUATING CLASS IN BARD COLLEGE’S HISTORY TO RECEIVE DEGREES AT THE COLLEGE’S ONE HUNDRED FORTIETH COMMENCEMENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2000 Honorary Degree Recipients Will Be Biochemist Arnold J. Levine, Who Will Give the Commencement Address, F Full Story
05-23-2000 INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A LUNCHEON LECTURE ON "JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN PUBLIC ETHICS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE" Full Story
05-18-2000 KALICHSTEIN-LAREDO-ROBINSON TRIO IS FEATURED PERFORMER FOR THE FIRST CONCERT OF THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY SEASON AT BARD COLLEGE "There is no finer piano trio than Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson," Chicago Sun Times Full Story
05-16-2000 CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE ANNOUNCES SUMMER COURSES Courses will explore civil rights, literature, economics, history, art history, painting, and figure drawing Full Story
05-05-2000 GALA SPRING CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES GAMELAN, JAZZ, ELECTRIC JAZZ GUITAR, AND VOCAL ENSEMBLES Full Story
05-05-2000 ASTON MAGNA SETS SUMMER SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story

April 2000

04-28-2000 THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE CELEBRATES ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY SEASON WITH A STELLAR ARTISTIC LINEUP Performers include the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, pianist Ursula Oppens and violinist Rolf Schulte, and pianist Blanca Uribe with the Full Story
04-25-2000 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PREMIERES WORK BY RICHARD TEITELBAUM ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 Full Story
04-24-2000

CONGRESSMAN MAURICE HINCHEY SPEAKS AT "CAPITOL ROUNDUP" ON THURSDAY, APRIL 27 AT BARD COLLEGE

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04-24-2000 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES CONCLUDES WITH READING ON FRIDAY, MAY 5 AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
04-21-2000 DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS PERFORM WORKS BY DVORÁK AND FIVE CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS ON SUNDAY, MAY 7 Composers include Antonin Dvorák, Martin Bresnick, Marc Mellits, Belinda Reynolds, Richard Teitelbaum, and Larry Wallach Full Story
04-18-2000 BARD COLLEGE AND RED HOOK CENTRAL SCHOOLS CONTINUE COLLABORATION WITH BRIDGES PROGRAM Activities will include performances by the Gamelan ensemble, bilingual puppet shows, and a senior project play Full Story
04-17-2000

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, APRIL 24 He is "one of our very best writers," says Richard Eder in the Los Angeles Times

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04-14-2000

THE HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN PRESENTS TWO EVENTS AT BARD COLLEGE, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, AND FRIDAY, APRIL 28 Bard events include the Gamelan's annual spring concert and a Full Story

04-12-2000 PIANISTS ALAN GAMPEL AND JOAN TOWER PRESENT LECTURE/RECITAL AT BARD COLLEGE Featuring works by Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky, and Tower Full Story
04-11-2000 CELLIST ROBERT MARTIN AND VIOLINIST ERIC WYRICK JOIN AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA IN PROGRAM OF WORKS BY TCHEREPNIN, MENDELSSOHN, AND BEETHOVEN AT BARD-VASSAR CONCERTS Full Story
04-11-2000 ARCHAEOLOGIST LAWRENCE E. STAGER OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY WILL SPEAK ABOUT THE RECENT DISCOVERY OF THE OLDEST KNOWN DEEP-WATER SHIPWRECKS Lecture will explore "Phoenician Port Power: The Organization of Maritime Trade and Hinterland Production" on Wednesd Full Story
04-06-2000 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES CONTINUES ON FRIDAY, APRIL 14, WITH READINGS BY CLARK COOLIDGE AND MICHAEL GIZZI Full Story
04-05-2000

ACTOR AND DIRECTOR JOHN TURTURRO WILL DISCUSS HIS RECENT FILM ILLUMINATA AND PERFORM IN "AN EVENING OF STORYTELLING" ON SATURDAY, APRIL 15< Full Story

04-05-2000 THE BARD CENTER PRESENTS CELLIST DAVID CALHOUN AND PIANIST SUSAN WALTERS PERFORMING WORKS BY BACH, BEETHOVEN, AND CHOPIN Full Story
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