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July 2006

07-16-2006 THE MILTON AVERY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE ORGANIZES ANNUAL THESIS EXHIBITION AND PRESENTATIONS, JULY 16–25 Full Story
07-06-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE PRESENTS CAMILLE IN A NEW DRAMATIC ADAPTATION – BY ENGLISH AUTHOR NEIL BARTLETT – OF DUMAS'S LA DAME AUX CAMÉLIAS Full Story

June 2006

06-29-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE 2006 OPENS WITH TWO DANCE PREMIERES BY DONNA UCHIZONO COMPANY ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29, WITH TWO FURTHER PERFORMANCES ON JUNE 30 & JULY 1 Full Story
06-29-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE UNVEILS ONE-OF-A-KIND SPIEGELTENT IMPORTED FROM BELGIUM Full Story
06-23-2006 “LOOKING BEHIND THE DA VINCI CODE” IS THE TOPIC OF A FREE LECTURE BY BRUCE CHILTON ON JUNE 23 PRESENTED BY THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
06-20-2006 BARD COLLEGE SENIOR KETAKI PANT EXAMINES THE LEGAL AND ILLEGAL ECONOMY OF VIOLENCE IN BRITISH COLONIAL BOMBAY Full Story
06-17-2006 THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE AT BARD ANNOUNCES THE 2006 CONCERT SEASON Three June concerts feature flutist Eugenia Zukerman, soprano Arianna Zukerman, and pianist Rachelle Jonck, as well as the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio and the Emerson String Quartet Full Story
06-15-2006 BARD COLLEGE MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING PROGRAM TO PARTNER WITH PRESTIGIOUS MATH FOR AMERICA ORGANIZATION Eight Members of the 2006-2007 Bard MAT Class Have Been Awarded Math for America Newton Fellowships Full Story
06-13-2006 FLUTIST PATRICIA SPENCER AND FRIENDS OFFER “WORDS AND FLUTES,” A FREE CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM AT BARD ON JUNE 13 Full Story
06-05-2006 HESSEL MUSEUM OF ART TO OPEN AT BARD COLLEGE MAJOR EXPANSION OF BARD’S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON Full Story
06-01-2006 BARD SUMMERSCAPE 2006 SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT Full Story
06-01-2006 UNCERTAIN STATES OF AMERICA: AMERICAN ART IN THE 3RD MILLENNIUM, ON VIEW AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES, BARD COLLEGE, FROM JUNE 24 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 10 Full Story
06-01-2006 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RECEIVES $495,000 LUCE FOUNDATION GRANT FOR LEARNING ACROSS BORDERS PROJECT Prestigious Award Will Support Research and Curriculum Collaborations and Student Exchanges with Institutions in Developing Countries Full Story

May 2006

05-21-2006 2006 SPRING EXHIBITION SERIES — CURATED BY MASTER’S DEGREE CANDIDATES AT BARD COLLEGE’S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES — CONCLUDES IN MAY AT THE CENTER Full Story
05-13-2006 HUDSON VALLEY GAMELAN SPRING PERFORMANCE WILL BRING THE SOUNDS OF BALI TO BARD ON SATURDAY, MAY 13 Full Story
05-11-2006 THE BARD GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM PRESENTS THE JAMES CLARKE CHACE MEMORIAL SPEAKER SERIES THIS SPRING IN NEW YORK CITY Full Story
05-11-2006 BARD COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC OFFERS FREE CONCERT WITH CONDUCTOR LEON BOTSTEIN IN THE FISHER CENTER ON MAY 11 Program features performance by the Conservatory Chamber Orchestra with violin soloist Luosha Fang, a winner of the 2005–06 Conservatory Concerto Competition Full Story
05-10-2006 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM OFFERS SIX CONCERTS IN MAY Full Story
05-09-2006 THE BARD MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS THE BARD COLLEGE ORCHESTRA IN THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS May 9 program features works by Bach, Gounod, and Mozart Full Story
05-07-2006 SPRING EXHIBITION SERIES — CURATED BY MASTER’S DEGREE CANDIDATES AT BARD COLLEGE’S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES — CONTINUES IN APRIL AND MAY AT THE CENTER Full Story
05-05-2006 BARD’S MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS TWO FREE VOCAL CONCERTS IN MAY IN OLIN HALL May 3 concert features the Bard Community Chorus and May 5 concert features the Bard College Chamber Singers Full Story
05-05-2006 THOM FIET, HYDE PARK DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH MINISTER, IS THE 2006 ANNA JONES FELLOW AT BARD Residency includes two free performances of JB, Archibald MacLeish’s Pulitzer Prize–Winning Play at Bard’s Chapel of the Holy Innocents on May 5 and 7 Full Story
05-04-2006 BARTÓK CONFERENCE AT BARD COLLEGE WILL FEATURE CONCERT ON SATURDAY, JUNE 3 “From the Wellspring to the Ocean: Béla Bartók’s Musicological Legacy in Today’s World” Marks 125th Anniversary of Composer’s Birth Full Story
05-03-2006 SPRING LUNCHEON LECTURE SERIES OFFERED BY THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE EXPLORES THE INTERACTION OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION Series on Wednesdays, May 3, 10, and 17, is presented by Rabbi Lawrence Troster Full Story
05-02-2006 BARD COLLEGE HOLDS ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIXTH COMMENCEMENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2006 Equal Justice Initiative Founder Bryan A. Stevenson to Deliver Commencement Address; Vassar College President Frances D. Fergusson, Economist and MacArthur Fellow Nancy Folbre, Composer Lukas Foss, Computer Scientist David Gelernter, and Choreographer Mark Morris Will Receive Honorary Degrees Full Story
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