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September 2004

09-12-2004 LIFETIME LEARNING INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS THE ART EXHIBITION THROUGH THE EYES OF ELDERS, SEPTEMBER 10–12 Exhibition features the work of 23 members of the Lifetime Learning Institute Full Story
09-10-2004 PETERSBURG: IMPRESSIONS, A SITE-SPECIFIC ADAPTATION OF A NOVEL BY ANDREI BELY, WILL BE PERFORMED BY BARD COLLEGE AT BARD ON SEPTEMBER 10 AND 11 Full Story

August 2004

08-30-2004 BARD'S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR FALL SERIES FEATURES A FREE PROGRAM WITH THE AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ON SEPTEMBER 20 AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Full Story
08-28-2004 BARD SUMMERSCAPE TO PRESENT AN EVENING WITH HUDSON VALLEY FRIENDS, FEATURING JACOB BRACKMAN, MINDY JOSTYN, ARTSONG NOUVEAU, AND CARLY SIMON Full Story
08-22-2004 THE SECOND SEASON OF BARD SUMMERSCAPE, EXPANDED TO RUN FROM JULY 8 TO AUGUST 22, FEATURES AN EXTRAORDINARY NEW SEASON OF OPERA, MUSIC, THEATER AND FILM Full Story
08-20-2004 BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL 2004 SHOSTAKOVICH AND HIS WORLD Full Story
08-19-2004 NINE COURSES OFFERED BY THE CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE THIS FALL Course topics include acting, art history, digital music, figure drawing, literature, politics, sculpture, and writing Full Story
08-18-2004 THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD AND MIRIAM’S WELL PRESENT A WEEKEND SEMINAR WITH RENOWNED AUTHOR AND SCHOLAR HUSTON SMITH, AUGUST 20–22 Full Story
08-06-2004 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD SERIES WILL CONCLUDE WITH A SEMISTAGED VERSION OF MONTEVERDI’S ORFEO A story of the power of music and the frailty of the human soul Full Story
08-01-2004 GALA GRADUATION CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 Free concert will feature works by Beethoven, Berlioz, Brahms, Debussy, Dvořák, Mahler, Mozart, Mussorgsky, and Puccini, as well as world premieres by the six candidates for the degree of master of fine arts in conducting Full Story

July 2004

07-28-2004 THE NOSE – Shostakovich’s only comic opera, at BARD SUMMERSCAPE 2004 Full Story
07-28-2004 FRANCESCA ZAMBELLO Full Story
07-11-2004 the warm weather is holding, the 2004 Thesis Exhibition presented by the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts on view from July 11 - 22 Full Story
07-09-2004 ASTON MAGNA AT BARD ANNOUNCES SUMMER 2004 CONCERT SERIES Full Story
07-08-2004 NIKOLAI GOGOL’S COMIC MASTERPIECE – THE INSPECTOR GENERAL – OPENS BARD’S SECOND ANNUAL SUMMERSCAPE FESTIVAL ON JULY 8, 2004 Full Story
07-02-2004 THE CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD PRESENTS A NEW OPERA, THE SONG OF EDDIE, IN A WORLD PREMIERE AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story

June 2004

06-25-2004 THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AND MIRIAM’S WELL PRESENT A WEEKEND SEMINAR WITH ANDREW HARVEY, INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED AUTHOR AND MYSTIC, JUNE 25–27 Full Story
06-24-2004 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS A DISCUSSION OF COMPARATIVE MYSTICISM WITH BRUCE CHILTON AND ANDREW HARVEY ON JUNE 24 Full Story
06-19-2004 SECOND CONCERT OF THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE FEATURES PERFORMANCE BY THE ACCLAIMED ST. LAWRENCE STRING QUARTET ON JUNE 19 Full Story
06-15-2004 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS FREE RECITAL BY PATRICIA SPENCER, FEATURING LINDA HALL, WILLIAM ZITO, AND BARD STUDENT ASHLEY BATHGATE ON JUNE 15 The program, “Flute Americana,” will feature works by Aaron Copland, Robert Beaser, Leo Kraft, Joan Tower, and Reza Vali Full Story
06-05-2004 THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE ANNOUNCES 2004 SEASON AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story

May 2004

05-25-2004 ELEVEN SUMMER COURSES OFFERED BY THE CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM AT BARD COLLEGE IN JUNE AND JULY Full Story
05-22-2004 ACTOR, DIRECTOR, AND ACTIVIST ROBERT REDFORD TO DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS AT BARD COLLEGE'S ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FOURTH COMMENCEMENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 22 Full Story
05-13-2004 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM OFFERS FIVE FREE CONCERTS IN APRIL AND MAY Full Story
05-13-2004 LATEST ISSUES OF CONJUNCTIONS FEATURES NEW POETRY, FICTION, AND PHOTOS EXPLORING FILMMAKING AND THE WRITTEN WORD Conjunctions:42, Cinema Lingua: Writers Respond to Film, Includes an Unpublished Play by John Sayles, Poems and Photos from Gerard Malanga, and New Work from Such Renowned Writers as Joyce Carol Oates, Howard Norman, and Peter Straub Full Story
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