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September 2001

09-11-2001 JONATHAN FLETCHER WORDSWORTH, AN INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED AUTHORITY ON ENGLISH ROMANTIC POETRY AND DESCENDENT OF POET WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, WILL LECTURE AT BARD COLLEGE "'Everything That Lives is Holy': The One Life in Romantic Poetry" is the topic of the Full Story
09-10-2001 ARM-OF-THE-SEA THEATER WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE AND IN TIVOLI, CELEBRATING NATIONAL ESTUARY DAY ON SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29 Local residents are encouraged to participate in the original production of Estuary Tales: A Hudson River Pageant Full Story
09-10-2001 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES ITS 2001-2002 CONCERT SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Programs feature world premiere works by Colin Stack, Gerald Cohen, and Peter Schickele; featured artists include tuba soloist Matt Ingman, cellist Ashley Bathgate, violin Full Story
09-07-2001 ALEKSANDAR TIŠMA, INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED SERBIAN AUTHOR, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON SEPTEMBER 20 AND 25 Tišma is Distinguished Visiting Writer in Residence during September and October in Norman Manea's "Contemporary Masters" course at Bard Full Story
09-07-2001 ALEKSANDAR TI?MA, NOTED SERBIAN AUTHOR, AND JOSÉ SARAMAGO, PORTUGUESE WRITER AND NOBEL LAUREATE, ARE DISTINGUISHED VISITING WRITERS IN RESIDENCE AT BARD DURING FALL 2001 Ti?ma and Saramago will give public lectures in addition to participating in Norman Full Story
09-05-2001 XUEJIN ZUO, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE SHANGHAI ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE September 14th talk focuses on "The Reform of China's Social Security System During its Transition: Past Experiences and Future Challenges" Full Story
09-04-2001 GABRIELA ADAMESTEANU, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF ROMANIA'S MAIN POLITICAL AND CULTURAL WEEKLY, WILL SPEAK AT BARD HALL IN NEW YORK CITY ON SEPTEMBER 13 The topic of her talk is "Gender Politics and Trafficking of Women and Children in Eastern Europe Today" Full Story

August 2001

08-30-2001 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE OFFERS A LECTURE-DIALOGUE SERIES IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER The Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton and Professor Jacob Neusner lead discussions about "The Politics of Faith," "Ethics and Sanctification," and "Ethics and S Full Story
08-29-2001 SHEIK DIEYE, SUFI TEACHER AND A MEMBER OF THE SENEGALESE CABINET, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE Topic of September 7th talk is "Politics, Religion, and Human Rights in the Third Millennium Full Story
08-24-2001 GABRIELA ADAMESTEANU, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF ROMANIA'S MAIN POLITICAL AND CULTURAL WEEKLY, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON SEPTEMBER 19 The topic of her talk is "Gender Politics and Trafficking of Women and Children in Eastern Europe Today" Full Story
08-23-2001 CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE PUBLISHES ILYA KABAKOV: 1969-1998, A CATALOGUE OF THE 2000 SUMMER EXHIBITION Catalogue features an essay by author Amei Wallach and 43 illustrations of Kabakov's work Full Story
08-22-2001 MORE THAN 100 WORKS REPRESENTED IN FIRST U.S. MUSEUM EXHIBITION OF BRITISH ARTIST DAVID SHRIGLEY TO BE PRESENTED BY THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES Exhibition opens September 30 concurrent with an exhibition of works on paper from the Marieluise Hesse Full Story
08-19-2001 TWELFTH ANNUAL BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL TO EXPLORE MUSICAL WORLD OF FRENCH COMPOSER CLAUDE DEBUSSY Turn of the Century Parisian Society and Culture Provide Vivid Backdrop to Bard Festival's Rediscovery of Full Story
08-15-2001 RENOWNED TRANSLATOR, AUTHOR, AND CRITIC WILLIAM WEAVER WILL SPEAK ON THE TOPIC OF "VERDI'S SHAKESPEARE" AT BARD COLLEGE September 19th talk begins a two-year Verdi celebration at Bard featuring lectures, concerts, and films Full Story
08-10-2001 TWELFTH ANNUAL BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES CLAUDE DEBUSSY AND HIS WORLD Eleven Concert Programs, Film Screenings, and Other Special Events Explore Debussy's Role in Creating a Distinctly French Voice in Music Full Story
08-03-2001 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHORUS SEEKS SINGERS FOR DECEMBER PERFORMANCE OF VIVALDI'S GLORIA Full Story
08-01-2001 FIRST CONCERTS OF THE ASCO BARD-VASSAR SERIES FEATURE GUEST ARTISTS SOPRANO KAREN HOLVIK AND PIANIST RICHARD WILSON September 7 and 8 concert program includes works by Barber, Mozart, and Haydn Full Story

July 2001

07-27-2001 THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A COMPOSER-CONDUCTOR CONCERT ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Full Story
07-26-2001 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE GRADUATE PROGRAM New Program Will Offer Master of Science Degree in Environmental Policy, Professional Certificate in Environmental Policy, and Specialized Internships Full Story
07-18-2001 BARD COLLEGE CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM ANNOUNCES FALL 2001 COURSES Courses include figure drawing and sculpture, French art and artistic theory, literature, method acting, nonfiction writers workshop, opera and politics, photography, and web page desig Full Story
07-16-2001 AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES THE 2001-2002 BARD-VASSAR CONCERT SERIES Three exciting programs feature works of contemporary composers together with classics of the chamber repertoire Full Story
07-16-2001 THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS TWO "PASS-THE-BATON" CONCERTS ON JULY 20 AND 27 Full Story
07-13-2001 ASTON MAGNA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE CONTINUES WITH THE "MUSIC OF VENICE AND TWO BACHS" July 13 concert features countertenor Jeffrey Gall Full Story
07-12-2001 FINAL CONCERT OF THE 2001 ASTON MAGNA SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS BACH'S BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 2 AND EXCERPTS FROM PURCELL'S INDIAN QUEEN August 3 concert features sopranos Nancy Armstrong and Roberta Anderson, tenor William Hite, baritone David Full Story
07-11-2001 CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A "PASS-THE-BATON" CONCERT ON FRIDAY, JULY 13 Works to be performed by the Institute Orchestra and Institute conductors include the world premiere of Anthony Korf's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Dvorák's Full Story
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