Upcoming Events

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Sada: Trio

Matan Rubinstein, Wes Brown, and Bob Weiner will perform Sada, a body of compositions for improvisors in a small group setting.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Vermont Headstones

Program of music for viola, oboe, piano, and baritone voice, including music from Bruch, Bach, and Vermont Headstones by Marlboro faculty member Stan Charkey.

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“In the Name of the One Who Has No Name”

Marlboro religion faculty Amer Latif explores constructing and deconstructing God in Islamic practice and ritual.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon: 1911

Pianist Michael Arnowitt presents a program of pieces from a century ago, including works by Rachmaninoff, Bartok, Ravel, Schoenberg, and Stravinsky.

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Winter Visit Day

Join us in February for a look at Marlboro's programs and Vermont's snow

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News & Past Events

Marlboro Launches Visual Arts Center

Snyder Center for the Visual Arts will become hub of interdisciplinary collaboration, and provide 14,000 square feet of new classrooms, galleries, and studios.

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New Website Highlights Community

Redesigned site makes a clearer association between Marlboro's undergraduate and graduate programs, and uses responsive design to adapt to mobile devices and tablets.

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New Summer Writing Intensive

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.

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Professors Awarded Grant for Theology Project

Amer Latif and William Edelglass to explore religious understanding from a cross-cultural perspective, in collaboration with colleagues at three other institutions.

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Marlboro Celebrates 67th Commencement

Marlboro graduates are addressed by distinguished scholars Andrew and Nicholas Delbanco

 

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