The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College

  • October 24 and 25

    American Symphony Orchestra

    Performing Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in E Minor,
    featuring pianist Maryna Kysla ’15 and Schubert’s
    Symphony No. 9 in C Major (“Great”)



  • October 5

    Conservatory Sundays
    Music Alive!

    “Dynamic Women Making Music Around the Globe”
    Joan Tower and Blair McMillen, Artistic Directors


    Featuring works by Kaija Saariaho (Finland), Julia Wolfe
    (United States), Pauline Oliveros (United States), Jennifer
    Higdon (United States), and Tania León (Cuba).



  • October 17

    Mozart’s Requiem
    Conducted by Ádám Fischer

    “Remembering the Genocide of European
    Roma during World War II”


    Performance by the Bard College Conservatory
    Orchestra, students of the Bard Graduate Vocal
    Arts Program, Bard College Chamber Singers,
    and members of the chorus of the Longy School
    of Music of Bard College.


  • October 3
    Live Arts Bard

    Neil Gaiman in Conversation
    with Audrey Niffenegger 

    Bard professor Neil Gaiman and best-selling author and artist
    Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler’s Wife)
    discuss time travel, Doctor Who, graveyards, taxidermy,
    graphic novels, pictures, books, and long-distance romance.


American Symphony Orchestra1 Conservatory Sundays  Music Alive!2 Mozart’s Requiem Conducted by Ádám Fischer3 Neil Gaiman in Conversation with Audrey Niffenegger 4

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