Bard College Conservatory of Music

Bard College Conservatory of Music The Bard Conservatory offers a 5-year undergraduate double degree program, graduate programs in Voice and in Choral/Orchestral Conducting, and a two-year non-degree granting Advanced Professional Studies program for instrumentalists.
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05/08/2020
Bard Music Connects

Bard Music Connects

We have always known that Bard musicians are very talented, but Alex Luscher's whistling skills...
https://youtu.be/PDNCg6v-fu4

Alex Luscher, Bard College sophomore majoring in Psychology, Bard Community Orchestra, trumpet

Bard Conservatory Graduate Conducting Program
05/06/2020

Bard Conservatory Graduate Conducting Program

We had a very open and informative class with Maestro Botstein this morning. We appreciate the opportunity to learn from and listen to the depth of your knowledge. Thank you!

Faculty member @mollycarrviola and her amazing project www.projectmusichealsus.com were highlighted in the New York Time...
05/04/2020
These Are the Bedside Concerts Comforting Virus Patients

Faculty member @mollycarrviola and her amazing project www.projectmusichealsus.com were highlighted in the New York Times this weekend for their bedside concerts and the comfort they are bringing hospitalized Covid-19 patients. Thank you Molly for all that you are doing.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/03/nyregion/coronavirus-doctor-musician-rachel-easterwood.html

An I.C.U. doctor felt despair at how little could be done for the sick. Soon, she had musicians playing over the phone in hospital rooms.

05/01/2020
Bard College

Bard College

As Senior Project submission days continue, we're shining a spotlight on Bard senior Javen. Javen plays viola in the Bard Conservatory and she's double majoring in Italian. Watch her talk about her Senior Project, an adaptation Italian opera. #bardcollege #bard20 https://youtu.be/r3MH2dfNL3E

Bard Conservatory Graduate Conducting Program
04/29/2020

Bard Conservatory Graduate Conducting Program

Bard Conservatory conducting students are looking forward to a class on Friday with The May Festival director, Robert Porco. Thank you Mr. Porco for making time for our students.

Benjamin Hochman
04/10/2020

Benjamin Hochman

#Mozart livestream #tonight 7:30pm @92ndstreety @curtisinstitute @juilliardschool @newschoolperformingarts @aicf_keren_sharett @bardcollege @bardcollegeconservatory @kirshbaumassociates #piano #nyc #livestream

04/06/2020
New York Philharmonic

Musicians of the New York Philharmonic including Bard Conservatory faculty members Pascual Martinez, clarinet, Anthony McGill, clarinet and Ryan Roberts, English horn send a message of gratitude to the healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.

With this performance of Ravel’s “Boléro,” Musicians of the New York Philharmonic send a message of gratitude to the healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.

Video / Audio Editing by New York Philharmonic bass Isaac Trapkus
Audio Editing by Assistant Principal Timpani / Percussion Kyle Zerna

Tune in today-
04/05/2020
Shai Wosner, piano by 92nd Street Y

Tune in today-

Watch 92nd Street Y's Shai Wosner, piano on Livestream.com. Schubert, Sonata in G Major, D. 894 Schubert, Sonata in B-flat Major, D. 960

03/28/2020
Bard Music Connects

Join us at Bard Music Connects- a home for online initiatives and content created by all the musicians at Bard College—including, but not limited to, the Conservatory, the Music Program and The Orchestra Now.
As we all find a way to navigate these strange times, let's do it together- and with music.

A home for online initiatives and content created by all the musicians at Bard College—including, but not limited to, the Conservatory, the Music Program and The Orchestra Now. We will use this space to highlight all types of music and all will draw on the breadth of Bard’s musical activities.

We welcome violist Molly Carr  to the faculty roster of the Bard Conservatory. Ms. Carr's musical excellence and her pas...
03/27/2020

We welcome violist Molly Carr to the faculty roster of the Bard Conservatory. Ms. Carr's musical excellence and her passion for connecting music with community service through her Music Heals Us prison workshop residency project make her a perfect fit with the Conservatory community's values

We are very excited to welcome Shai Wosner to the Bard Conservatory faculty. He joins us after the recent tragic passing...
03/26/2020

We are very excited to welcome Shai Wosner to the Bard Conservatory faculty. He joins us after the recent tragic passing of our esteemed piano faculty member Peter Serkin, and we are happy that Mr. Wosner will continue that great artist's legacy of dedication to the highest musical and educational ideals.

Classical Movements
03/13/2020

Classical Movements

02/20/2020
Bard Conservatory Graduate Vocal Arts Program

Bard Conservatory Graduate Vocal Arts Program and The Orchestra Now present

REST IN PIECES
In Memory of Opera

Conceived and Directed by Stephanie Blythe with John Jarboe
Conducted by James Bagwell
Performed and written by the artists of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program and The Orchestra Now

A devised opera celebrating the tribulations, glories, and loves of this tempestuous art form, featuring the music of Mozart, Strauss, Bizet, Copland, and Puccini.

Tickets start at $15; $5 student tickets available to Bard Undergraduate students through the Passloff Pass

Bard Conservatory Graduate Vocal Arts Program and The Orchestra Now present

REST IN PIECES
In Memory of Opera

Conceived and Directed by Stephanie Blythe with John Jarboe
Conducted by James Bagwell
Performed and written by the artists of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program and The Orchestra Now

A devised opera celebrating the tribulations, glories, and loves of this tempestuous art form, featuring the music of Mozart, Strauss, Bizet, Copland, and Puccini.

Tickets start at $15; $5 student tickets available to Bard Undergraduate students through the Passloff Pass

02/08/2020
Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center

Iván Fischer and the BFO - Budapest Festival Orchestra are always full of surprises! This month, they return to Lincoln Center with an all-Dvořák program on Sunday (2/23) and an all-Mahler program on Monday (2/24). For tickets >> http://bit.ly/BFOFeb

Take a moment to enjoy this flashback from 2017, when students from The Juilliard School and Bard College Conservatory of Music surprised the audience by joining the orchestra for the final movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony at David Geffen Hall.

🎥 by Chris Lee

02/03/2020
Brahms Piano Quartet No.3 in C minor, Op. 60

Bard Conservatory mourns the loss of faculty member Peter Serkin, a great artist and beloved member of the Bard faculty. We express our deep gratitude for all he has done for the students at Bard. It was a profound honor to have him as a member of our community.

Conservatory leadership share their personal reflections.

Conservatory director Frank Corliss writes: "Peter's musicianship and artistic integrity were an inspiration to me. I first met him when I was a rehearsal pianist at the Boston Symphony during his performances of the Beethoven Choral Fantasy with Seiji Ozawa. I will never forget the sight of him showing up for rehearsals on a humid summer day at Tanglewood in full suit and tie—a distinctive sight in the sea of casually clothed members of that orchestra! Nor will I soon forget soon the commitment and bracing beauty of his performances, or, less importantly, the simple respect and courtesy he showed a lowly rehearsal pianist. Little did I know then that I would later have the privilege to count him as a colleague and a friend—and the honor to number him among the many extraordinary, inspirational faculty we have at the Conservatory. His service to the Conservatory, to our students, and to music will live long."

Conservatory dean Tan Dun also relates his own "Peter Serkin story": "About thirty years ago when I met Toru Takemitsu in Tokyo he introduced me to Peter Serkin like this: 'Tan Dun, you have to meet a great human being and a wonderful artist for my music—and also a great master of color at the piano. You will learn so much from him for your own studies.' Since then I have chased his colors, his masterful mind, and his wonderful, wonderful artistry. But it was only until last semester when we actually had the chance to talk face to face at Bard. We spoke so much about friendship, about music, and about the Bard students. And I promised we would do something together for and with the students at Bard. But I never could have imagined then that would be the first—and last—time that I would speak with Peter. I am so sad. I cannot bear to even think that he is longer with us. But his music, his spirit, will be here with us on the earth, and will still be speaking to us for many years to come."

Bard Conservatory sends condolences to Peter's family, friends, students, and musical colleagues. We also send out our thanks to Peter for all he contributed in his time at Bard.

Please enjoy the Brahms' Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor with Peter Serkin and Bard Conservatory faculty members. This concert in March 2019 was one of Peter's final public performances.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uz6rmgkxww&feature=emb_logo

Bard College Conservatory faculty perform Brahms Piano Quartet No.3 in C minor, Op. 60. March 30, 2019 Weigang Li, violin Marka Gustavsson, viola Robert Mart...

We are thrilled to announce that Ryan Roberts, the newly appointed English horn and oboist of the New York Philharmonic ...
01/29/2020

We are thrilled to announce that Ryan Roberts, the newly appointed English horn and oboist of the New York Philharmonic will be joining Bard Conservatory’s oboe faculty beginning in fall 2020! Prior to his appointment at Bard, Ryan has also performed with the Chicago Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Welcome to Bard, Ryan! 🎉🎶

Read Ryan's full bio here: https://www.bard.edu/conservatory/faculty/

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