Arts & Music

September 4, 2015
Music review

August 30, 2015—Mixing young musicians with seasoned musicians can have the effect of making everyone more attentive, more on edge; the result at this two-week festival, where we heard...

September 2, 2015
Music preview

How often does the work of a recent Pulitzer Prize musician appear in our area? Last year John Luther Adams won the Pulitzer for his...

August 31, 2015

Sitting in on a master class with the members of the Hermès Quartet and Alfred Brendel is like being inside that mystical process in which the ideas of the composer, as recorded in the...

August 30, 2015
Music review, Music Mountain

With pleasant late August weather, the Dover Quartet performed three classic pieces from  different eras in a retro-historic program on the theme of time. Beginning with Henri...

August 27, 2015
by Carola Lott

August 27: “August Flowers,” the new exhibition at the James Barron Gallery in Kent, is a joyful celebration of that time of year when gardens reach their peak before the onset of Autumn.

The show is...

August 17, 2015
Program Ten: Post WW II Latin America

August 17, 2015-

Sunday afternoon’s chamber series focused on seven 20th century Latin American...

August 16, 2015
Music review, Bard Summerscape

For an hour I was lost. The American Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Leon Botstein presented a concert on Latin American music ...