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July 2002

07-24-2002 CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE ANNOUNCES FALL COURSE SCHEDULE Full Story
07-18-2002 JONATHAN LEVI APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF THE NEW BARD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Frank Gehry Designed Center To Open Spring, 2003 Full Story
07-16-2002 A MARATHON CONCERT ON SUNDAY, JULY 28, WILL FEATURE SEVEN MFA CANDIDATES OF THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE Gala graduation concert will include works by Bartók, Beethoven, Brahms, Mahler, Strauss, and Stravinsky Full Story
07-10-2002 TWENTY-SEVEN MFA CANDIDATES FROM THE MILTON AVERY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, BARD COLLEGE, WILL PRESENT RECENT WORKS FROM JULY 14 TO 25 Exhibition includes paintings, photographs, and sculpture, and a film screening at the Bard College Exhibition Center Full Story
07-09-2002 THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS TWO "PASS-THE-BATON" CONCERTS ON JULY 12 AND 26 Full Story
07-01-2002 "CONCERTS EN TRIO" WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE THIRD CONCERT OF THE 2002 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SUMMER SERIES ON FRIDAY, JULY 19 Full Story
07-01-2002 "THE CONCERTED MADRIGAL" WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE FOURTH CONCERT OF THE 2002 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SUMMER SERIES ON FRIDAY, JULY 26 Full Story
07-01-2002 "BACH AND HANDEL" WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE FINAL CONCERT OF THE 2002 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SUMMER SERIES ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 Full Story

June 2002

06-21-2002 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY GARDEN OFFERS POPULAR FREE CHILDREN'S GARDENING PROGRAM FOR FOURTH YEAR Full Story
06-21-2002 "BACH AND VIVALDI" WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE SECOND CONCERT OF THE 2002 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SUMMER SERIES ON FRIDAY, JULY 12 Full Story
06-18-2002 13th ANNUAL BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES THE MUSICAL WORLD OF GUSTAV MAHLER OVER TWO WEEKENDS IN AUGUST Twelve Concerts, Panels, Film Screenings, and Other Special Events August 9-11 and August 16-18 Explore Mahler's Works, World, and Influence Full Story
06-10-2002 ON SATURDAY, JULY 20, THE COLORADO QUARTET WILL PERFORM A CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURING WORKS BY MOZART, SHOSTAKOVICH, AND BEETHOVEN Full Story
06-07-2002 "MOZART AND HAYDN" WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE FIRST CONCERT OF THE 2002 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SUMMER SERIES ON FRIDAY, JULY 5 Full Story
06-06-2002 CURATOR TOURS OF THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES SUMMER 2002 EXHIBITIONS DAVE MULLER: CONNECTIONS AND MIRROR IMAGE WILL BEGIN ON JUNE 27 AND CONTINUE THROUGH AUGUST 29 Full Story
06-03-2002 WEEKEND CONFERENCE WILL EXPLORE THE HISTORY OF MEDITATION IN THE WORLD'S RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS June 14 and 15 Conference "Meditations, Self-Reflections, and Therapy: Sacred and Personal" will be presented by the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard Full Story

May 2002

05-30-2002 "THE NOW AND PRESENT FLUTE," A SEMINAR AND TWO RECITALS AT BARD COLLEGE Opening recital on June 11 features seminar director, flutist Patricia Spencer, with pianist Linda Hall, harpsichordist Frederick Hammond, flutist Melissa Sweet, and guitarist William Full Story
05-29-2002 HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE JUNE 29 CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES THE TOKYO QUARTET Program includes the Hudson Valley premiere of a Joan Tower work dedicated to the memory of Margaret Creal Shafer, former artistic director of the HVCMC Full Story
05-25-2002 BARD COLLEGE TO HOLD ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SECOND COMMENCEMENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2002 Renowned Biologist and Princeton University President Shirley M. Tilghman to Deliver Commencement Address Full Story
05-14-2002 ANDREW M. GREELEY WILL SPEAK ON THE TOPIC OF "RELIGION AS POETRY" AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, MAY 24 Full Story
05-09-2002 HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE JUNE 15 CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES WINDSCAPE WITH PIANIST JEREMY DENK Windscape shows the "sheer beauty of a wind quintet's sound."-Washington Post Full Story
05-08-2002 HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE JUNE 1 CONCERT AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES THE KALICHSTEIN-LAREDO-ROBINSON TRIO WITH VIOLINIST CHO-LIANG LIN "One of the best-blended, most sensitive, and intelligent piano trios in the world today." --New York TimesFull Story
05-06-2002 CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE ANNOUNCES SUMMER SCHEDULE Twelve courses will explore the Alexander Technique, beginning Arabic and Hebrew, English detective stories, figure drawing, music, mythology, new media art, poetry, photography, Shakesp Full Story
05-03-2002 FOUR THESIS EXHIBITIONS WILL BE ON VIEW FROM MAY 12 TO 26 AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES, BARD COLLEGE Opening reception for the exhibitions Any where, Oral Fixations, Slip, and High Performance: The First Five Years, 1978-1982, will be on Sunday, Full Story

April 2002

04-30-2002 RENÉE BERGAN WILL GIVE A PRESENTATION ON WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN AND A WORKSHOP IN MIDDLE EASTERN MUSIC AT BARD COLLEGE ON MAY 13 AND 14 Full Story
04-29-2002 HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN SPRING PERFORMANCE WILL BRING THE SOUNDS OF BALI TO BARD ON THURSDAY, MAY 9 Fourth year of performances at Bard College to feature guest artist I Nyoman Suadin, artistic director I Nyoman Saptanyana, and Balinese dancers Full Story
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