Bard College Conservatory of Music and Fisher Center Present
John Cage at Bard College: Chamber MusicFree and open to the public
Visit johncage.org for the October 30 – November 1 symposium schedule.
Click here for Saturday, October 31 concert information.
As part of a weekend-long celebration of the life and work of John Cage, students and faculty of The Bard College Conservatory of Music and the Music Program at Bard College perform a concert of Cage's chamber works, including:
Inlets (Improvisation II) for four conch shells and the sound of burning pinecones (1977)
Five Dances for String Quartet (arr. Salzman) (1996-97)
Six Melodies for Violin and Keyboard (1950)
Three Songs for Voice and Piano (text by Gertrude Stein) (1933)
The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs (1942)
A Flower (1950)
Nowth Upon Nacht (1984)
Radio Music (1956)
String Quartet in Four Parts (1950)
Eight Whiskus for solo violin (1985)
Nocturne for violin and piano (1947)
The Beatles 1962–1970 (1990)
Call the John Cage Trust at Bard College for the latest information about the symposium: 845-835-8022.
(Photo of John Cage by Betty Freeman)