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by By Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Thu Apr 23rd, 2015

The American Symphony Orchestra under the formidable baton of conductor Leon Botstein offered an unusual trilogy this past Friday evening: a nearly forgotten nineteenth century symphony, a harp concerto, and...

by By Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Tue Apr 21st, 2015

Arnold Wesker’s English proletarian drama The Kitchen (1959) has been revived in an American adaptation by Bard’s Luma Theater under expert direction by Geoff Sobelle whose update rings with such...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Sun Apr 19th, 2015

On Saturday April 25, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Kardash Onnig is presenting “Transfourming Sorrow,” a multimedia installation at his 11 acre property, Baraka, on Halas...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Wed Apr 15th, 2015

One way to keep up with today’s art world, is to head over to Bard College’s Hessel Museum of Art to see “Moves and Countermoves,” an exhibition by the 2015...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Wed Apr 15th, 2015

It’s always a treat to see Henry Klimowicz’s wall sculptures.  A selection of smaller works are now on view at the Moviehouse in Millerton. Klimowicz’s magical abstract pieces are fashioned...

Fri Apr 10th, 2015

Julia Bullock, a Bard Music Conservatory grad, won a $50,000 stipend from the Annenberg Fund.   She made her first London appearance in a Purcell opera “The Indian Queen” that...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Thu Apr 9th, 2015

John Greene is a master of color. He is also a master of most of the other visual arts including sculpture, collage and mixed media. But dazzling colors are what...

by By Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Thu Apr 2nd, 2015

Five composers and five musicians drew a packed house at the Kaplan Penthouse in Lincoln Center Thursday evening, April 2, proving that the audience for new music is growing. Both...

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