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Fierce Grace: Jeanette Rankine, co-composed by Kitty Brazelton, will have its world premiere at the Coolidge Auditorium on Friday, April 7, 2017, at 6:30 PM. 

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In a company, in a class - a look at faculty member Kitty Brazelton's course Whose Opera? By Aruna D'Souza

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Kitty Brazelton’s new song-cycle, The Art of Memory, which she hopes to perform on campus in 2017, is very much a Bennington affair.

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Faculty member Kitty Brazelton is part of a group of American women—four composers and a librettist—whose song cycle on another great American woman, Fierce Grace—Jeannette Rankin, will be performed at the Library of Congress at their invitation in April.

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Faculty member Kitty Brazelton was awarded the 12th annual Carl von Ossietzky Composition Prize by the University of Oldenburg for her setting of Psalm 104 for mixed choir, percussion, and organ.

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Matthew Kohut, a fellow at Bennington's Center for the Advancement of Public action, co-authored the cover story of the Harvard Business Review’s July/August issue. The article, which compares warmth- vs. fear-based leadership models, comes in advance of Kohut’s new book, Compelling People: The Hidden Qualities That Make Us Influential, which he co-authored with John Neffinger.

Read the article here.