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News and Notes by Date

July 2014

June 2014

  • 06-02-2014 Classical Music Summer Preview: Euryanthe appeared in The New Yorker
  • 06-01-2014 Trisha Brown Dance Company: Choreographic Iconoclast appeared in Chronogram

August 2013

  • 08-19-2013 Stravinsky’s Many Rites of Passage Are Distilled appeared in The New York Times
  • 08-16-2013 A Summer Sojourn with the Greats appeared in The American Spectator
  • 08-13-2013 A Wild Ride Through Stravinsky’s Early Years appeared in The New York Times
  • 08-08-2013 Oresteia, Richard B. Fisher Center, Bard College, New York – review appeared in The Financial Times
  • 08-07-2013 The Fountain of 'Spring'  appeared in The Wall Street Journal

July 2013

  • 07-31-2013 Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and SITI Company appeared in Dance Magazine
  • 07-31-2013 Russian in Nature, Greek at Its Roots appeared in The Wall Street Journal
  • 07-30-2013 It’s not easy being Greek appeared in Parterre Box
  • 07-30-2013 War May Be Over, but One House Fills Up With Blood appeared in The New York Times
  • 07-29-2013 Mad Queen Butchers Innocent Ram, Horrible Husband: Music appeared in Blooomberg
  • 07-19-2013 An Opera Known for Obscurity, Plucked From the Shadows appeared in New York Times
  • 07-19-2013 Sergey Ivanovich Taneyev’s Oresteia comes to Bard…then on to the Mariinsky! appeared in New York Arts
  • 07-18-2013 Review: The Master and Margarita at the Fisher Center appeared in Time Out New York
  • 07-11-2013 When the Devil Came to Town appeared in The Wall Street Journal
  • 07-10-2013 A New Stravinsky Rite; Forget the Virgin appeared in DanceBeat
  • 07-10-2013 A New Stravinsky Rite; Forget the Virgin appeared in Arts Journal

September 2012

  • 09-18-2012 Saint-Saëns: Apollo Among the Dionysians appeared in New York Arts

August 2012

  • 08-29-2012 Saint-Saëns’ Other Grand Opera, Henry VIII at Bard appeared in New York Arts
  • 08-21-2012 Leon Botstein Mounts Saint Saens' Henry VIII appeared in Berkshire Fine Arts
  • 08-21-2012 Saint-Saëns’s English King Gets His Due; Leon Botstein Conducts ‘Henry VIII’ at Bard Festival appeared in The New York Times
  • 08-14-2012 Celebrating a Once-Mighty Tree, Pruned but Hardly Forgotten appeared in The New York Times
  • 08-08-2012 A Rich and Fertile Legacy Too Long Misunderstood appeared in The Wall Street Journal
  • 08-06-2012 A Plot Not Meant to Be Taken Too Seriously appeared in the Wall Street Journal

July 2012

  • 07-30-2012 A Reluctant King Plots His Own Exit appeared in The New York Times
  • 07-30-2012 Bard Summerscape Rediscovers Chabrier's Le roi malgré lui appeared in Operavore
  • 07-29-2012 Bard Summerscape Mounts Chabrier's King appeared in Berkshire Fine Arts
  • 07-28-2012 Chabrier’s comic opera sparkles winningly at Bard Music Festival appeared in The Classical Review
  • 07-20-2012 A Composer With a Gift For Surprise appeared in The New York Times
  • 07-20-2012 Dinklage, of 'Thrones,' Masters Moliere's Comedy: Review appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek
  • 07-19-2012 Opera News Profiles Thaddeus Strassberger
  • 07-17-2012 Review: Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage mugs it up in The Imaginary Invalid appeared in Time Out New York
  • 07-17-2012 The Imaginary Invalid, Fisher Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York appeared in The Financial Times
  • 07-16-2012 Critic's Notebook: Kingdom Come appeared in The New Yorker
  • 07-16-2012 Maid to order Molière appeared in The New York Post
  • 07-15-2012 Review: The Imaginary Invalid appeared in Theatermania
  • 07-12-2012 Dance Review: Compagnie Fetes galantes brings joy to Bard appeared in The Millbrook Independent

Press Contacts

Mark Primoff
Director of Communications