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by Emily R. Fuller in Arts & Music
Sat Nov 7th, 2015

Murray Zimiles, a resident of Millerton, NY, has a show of his paintings at the Shchukin Gallery in Chelsea, 524 West 19th Street. The gallery specializes in art by Russians,...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Thu Oct 29th, 2015

It was fitting that Canadian composer Tim Brady should have the premier of his Third Symphony in a new space in Williamsburg that itself premiered earlier this month.  National Sawdust...

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by Kimberly Feltkamp in Arts & Music
Thu Oct 29th, 2015

Bard College Conservatory of Music alum Julia Bullock will perform a concert with pianist Renate Rohlfing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on November 10 at 7 p.m. Presented by...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Tue Oct 27th, 2015

Oct 28: “The Making of an Argument,” an exhibition of photographs by Gordon Parks, the first African American to work for Life Magazine, can be seen at Vassar’s Lehman Loeb...

Sun Oct 25th, 2015

Oct 26:  James Barron invariably presents imaginative exhibitions and “Plywood, etc.” is no exception. The paintings, furniture and sculpture of ten artists working in plywood as well as other no-frills...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Sat Oct 24th, 2015

On Sunday afternoon, October 25, we heard the second performance of Leon Botstein’s newest student orchestra, TŌN.
In his introductory remarks, Botstein explained that the students, who...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri Oct 23rd, 2015

The first performance of the full TŌN (pronounced tone) Orchestra, The Orchestra Now, at Bard proved to be a resounding success on October 24. This augers well for both students,...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Tue Oct 20th, 2015

Unlike Medea, The Bacchae, or Iphigenia in Aulis, Iphigenia Among the Taurians is not one of Euripides’ masterpieces, yet the current adaptation by students at Bard College on October 22...