Matan Rubinstein, Wes Brown, and Bob Weiner will perform Sada, a body of compositions for improvisors in a small group setting.
Program of music for viola, oboe, piano, and baritone voice, including music from Bruch, Bach, and Vermont Headstones by Marlboro faculty member Stan Charkey.
Marlboro religion faculty Amer Latif explores constructing and deconstructing God in Islamic practice and ritual.
Pianist Michael Arnowitt presents a program of pieces from a century ago, including works by Rachmaninoff, Bartok, Ravel, Schoenberg, and Stravinsky.
Join us in February for a look at Marlboro's programs and Vermont's snow
John Rush brings a wealth of experience and interests, with a specific research focus on the effect of natural disasters on developing countries.
German artist and activist Artúr van Balen will discuss Tools for Action, an artist's collective that brings attention to world issues through the use of inflatables.
Jacob Appel reads from his collection of essays Phoning Home and his novel The Biology of Luck
Visual arts faculty member reflects on Cambodia in a series of collage-based works, with support from the Vermont Arts Council.
Students join the nearly 400,000 demonstrators surging through the heart of New York City in advance of U.N. Climate Summit.