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
Snyder Center for the Visual Arts will become hub of interdisciplinary collaboration, and provide 14,000 square feet of new classrooms, galleries, and studios.
Redesigned site makes a clearer association between Marlboro's undergraduate and graduate programs, and uses responsive design to adapt to mobile devices and tablets.
Marlboro launches program for adults who are interested in writing, with an exciting line-up of professional writers and a theme of service and active citizenship.
Amer Latif and William Edelglass to explore religious understanding from a cross-cultural perspective, in collaboration with colleagues at three other institutions.
Marlboro graduates are addressed by distinguished scholars Andrew and Nicholas Delbanco