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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Students of Joan Forsyth, Christopher Lewis, Yoshiko Sato, and Christine Tofani will present a piano recital. Works will include a varied repertoire of classical standards, folk songs, movie themes, and pop tunes.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Studio Concert with New Works
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for the opening of Bennington Sounds, an installation of sound works that sonify various sites in the dynamic, interconnected ecosystem of Bennington College, composed by the students of Ecology and Design in Electronic Music.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bring your lunch & join us in conversation on Liberatory Leadership.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Michael Wimberly's Mallet Percussion Ensemble will host an open class in JENNINGS 134 for guests to come and hear the students' original compositions and ensemble pieces.
The senior class is invited to join President Mariko Silver, Provost and Dean Isabel Roche, faculty, and staff to celebrate the end of the fall term and to offer a toast in honor of December graduates.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Members of Groundwork perform their final compositions for the world!
Students from two computer science classes ‘Code Crafters’ and ‘Software Design, Algorithms and Complexity’ will present their work through physical exhibits and virtual posters. Location: Dickinson Computer Lab (room 235).
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This concert features works by Schubert and Rachmaninoff; Tony Lu and Nat Parke continue their collaboration and present their arrangements of various famous works originally written for other instruments.
A stand-alone class taught by Michael Cohen as part of Jazz Religion, a not-for-credit course open to the Bennington College community.