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Theater review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat May 6th, 2017

Who is in charge? How should life’s political show be run? The current production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm as adapted by Ian Woolridge at New Milford’s TheatreWorks puts these...

Music review, May 2, 2017
by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Wed May 3rd, 2017

The final Tuesday afternoon concert of the season drew a good audience to hear the Aeolus Quartet play a jovial Haydn, two related pieces by a young Copland, an intriguing...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Tue May 2nd, 2017

Who knew that contemporary American composers might hold their own on the same stage as Claude Debussy and Felix Mendelssohn? Music might be less complicated and more fun than one...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Apr 29th, 2017

At Bard’s Lázlo Z. Bitó Building the annual Chamber Music Marathon Concert ran from noon to 9 pm. In the past some professors have played with students, yet this year...

YCA pianist at the Morgan Library
by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Fri Apr 28th, 2017

The depth and talent of young pianists was again on display at the final concert in the Young Concert Artists series held at the Morgan Library, Wednesday April 26. Daniel...

Performance review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri Apr 28th, 2017

Bard College is staging several new works about surveillance. We Are Watching You provides no standard formats for addressing this issue. Instead, programs vary from fifteen minutes to an hour...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Apr 23rd, 2017

Sō Percussion put on an afternoon concert nearly two hours in length at the Lásló Z. Bitó Building Sunday afternoon to a packed audience. The first forty minutes featured a...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Apr 23rd, 2017

On this recent spring daffodil night at Bard College, a three-paneled celebration of Hungarian music festooned Sosnoff Theater. Béla Bartók’s The Miraculous Mandarin (1919), the libretto having a passing resemblance...

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