Spring Events 2012
American Symphony OrchestraUnder conductor Leon Botstein, the Fisher Center’s orchestra in residence performs major orchestral works by Gustav Mahler, Béla Bartók, and Igor Stravinsky, among others. All concerts take place at 8 pm and feature a preconcert talk at 7 pm.
February 24 and 25
April 27 and 28
Tickets: $25, 35, 40
The Bard College Conservatory of MusicJoin us at the Sosnoff Theater for a series of delightful afternoon and evening concerts performed by the talented students of The Bard College Conservatory of Music, with faculty and special guests.
March 21 at 8 pm
March 25 at 3 pm
May 6 at 3 pm
Suggested donation: $20 (orchestra seating), $15 (parterre/first balcony), minimum donation: $5
The Bard College Dance Program
See the newest, original, student and faculty choreography. Performed by Bard students, assisted by professional lighting and costume designers, these concerts give students a chance to use the language of dance, applying what they have learned during their studies in the Bard Dance Program.
This season, as part of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company Residency, Company members will teach students in the Bard Dance Program and perform with them in new and developing works.
|March 23–25||May 11–13|
|April 27–29||May 17–19|
The Bard College Theater ProgramThe Bard College tradition of quality in the arts continues when the curtain goes up. Every spring the Bard Theater Program presents graduating Senior Projects as well as one fully produced production. Professional directors, designers, and stage managers work closely with students to present a classic or new play.
March 8–10 at 7 pm
March 11 at 2 and 7 pm
April 19, 20, 21, and 22 at 8 pm
The Bard College Conservatory Orchestra: An Opera Double BillTwo one-act operas—Nélée et Myrthis by Rameau and the world premiere of Four Sisters by Elena Langer. The operas will be preceded by staged presentations of two short works by Montéclair and Monteverdi. Featuring the singers of the Bard College Conservatory Graduate Vocal Arts Program; the Bard College Conservatory Orchestra, James Bagwell, conductor; Marc Verzatt, director.
March 9 at 8 pm
March 11 at 3 pm
Tickets: $15, 25, 35, 100*
*The $100 ticket includes premium seating and an invitation to a special champagne reception on Sunday, March 11 ($75 tax deductible). All ticket sales benefit the Scholarship Fund of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program.